The Savage Model 110 Ultralite incorporates modern materials for a new lightweight mountain gun.
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Savage Arms built its reputation on, above all others, the Model 110 action. Now Savage updates the classic Model 110 with modern components for the 110 Ultralite.

Savage Model 110 Ultralite Details

The Model 110 Ultralite utilizes a spiral-fluted bolt, skeletonized receiver and PROOF Research carbon-fiber wrapped barrel. The resulting package comes in just under six pounds.

“The 110 Ultralite is a highly refined Model 110,” said Jessica Treglia, Sr. Brand Manager at Savage Arms. “Our engineers have gone to great lengths to strip weight off the rifle, without sacrificing any of its functionality or accuracy. With the additional weight reduction from the Proof Research barrel, you’ll instantly feel the difference.”

The 110 Ultralite helps riflemen take on both elevation and the elements, all the while retaining a factory blueprinted Savage 110 action. Both the carbon-fiber wrapped stainless steel barrel and Melonite skeletonized receiver reduce weight. But both offer protection as well.

The polymer stock utilizes Savage’s AccuFit technology. It allows easy adjustments to length-of-pull and comb height. The user-adjustable AccuTrigger allows a crisp trigger break.

The 110 Ultralite comes chambered in .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor, 280 Ackley, 270 Win., 30-’06, .300 WSM, 6.5 PRC and 28 Nosler.

For more information, visit savagearms.com.

Savage Model 110 Ultralite Features

  • Factory blueprinted action
  • Lightweight Stainless Steel Receiver with Melonite Finish
  • Grey AccuFit Stock with Adj. Comb height, Length-of-Pull, and overmold surfaces
  • Exclusive PROOF Research Carbon Fiber Wrapped Stainless Steel Cut Rifled Barrel
  • Threaded muzzle for 5/8-24 with flush fit cap
  • 1.5-4 lb user-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • Detachable box magazine
  • Spiral Fluted Bolt
  • MSRP: $1,499

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