The prolific Savage Arms has unveiled yet another rifle; this one is called the 110 Brush Hunter.
Built to take down big game in tough hunting conditions, the Savage 110 Brush Hunter features a 20-inch, stainless steel, medium-contour barrel. The barrel, which is cradled in a synthetic stock, is also threaded with an end cap. In addition, this 7.38-pound long gun sports oversized bolt handle and iron sights for fast shots in close quarters.
As the name would indicate, the 110 Brush Hunter is built on Savage’s 110 platform. It comes with an adjustable length-of-pull. Meanwhile, a user-adjustable AccuTrigger offers a light, crisp pull, Savage says.
Available in both .338 Win. Mag and .375 Ruger and shipping out with a detachable box magazine, the Savage 110 Brush Hunter is priced at $784. See features, specs and a hype video for this rifle below.
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Model 110 Brush Hunter Features & Benefits
New Model 110 design and ergonomics
Black synthetic stock
20-inch stainless steel barrel threaded with an end cap
Adjustable iron sights
Detachable box magazine
Caliber: .338 Win. Mag & .375 Ruger
Rate of Twist: 10 (.338 Win. Mag), 12 (.375 Ruger)
Weight: 7.38 lbs
Overall Length: 40-41″
Barrel Length: 20″
Ammo Capacity: 4 (.338 Win. Mag), 3 (.375 Ruger)
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