New From Savage: 110 Long Range Hunter AccuFit

Looking to reach out and touch something? Like…a four-legged beast? Savage has updated and upgraded the 110 with their highly-adjustable AccuFit stock system and user-adjustable AccuTrigger trigger, and is releasing it as the new 110 Long Range Hunter. TTAG has a .338 Lapua sample en route soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime, Savage’s press release follows . . .

Savage 110 Long Range Hunter Is a Perfect Fit For Bringing Down Trophies at Extreme Distances

WESTFIELD, Massachusetts – March 15, 2018 – Making a long-distance shot on the trophy of a lifetime requires not only a rifle built for extreme accuracy, but a rifle built for you. The easy-to-customize, incredibly accurate Savage 110 Long Range Hunter is up to the challenge. Shipments of these firearms are currently being delivered to dealers.

The Savage 110 Long Range Hunter’s AccuFit system lets you easily customize the length-of-pull and comb height for a personalized fit, while the user-adjustable AccuTrigger offers a crisp, clean pull.

Together with the AccuStock, which secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length, the 110 Long Range Hunter provides the fit and function of a custom rifle—right out of the box. Plus, its 26-inch button rifled barrel provides the utmost precision and consistency, and is topped with a muzzle brake.

A long list of caliber options also include 280 Ackley Improved and 338 Lapua Mag.

Features & Benefits
• AccuFit system lets shooters quickly adjust comb height and length-of-pull
• User-adjustable AccuTrigger
• AccuStock rail system secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length
• Gray synthetic stock
• 26-inch button-rifled barrel with Savage proprietary muzzle brake
• Hinged floorplate magazine (detachable box magazine on 338 Lapua Magnum)
• Soft grip overmold fore-end and pistol grip surfaces
• New Model 110 design and ergonomics

Part No. / Description / MSRP
57021 / 6.5 Creedmoor, 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57022 / 260 Rem., 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57023 / 308 Win., 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57024 / 300 WSM., 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57025 / 338 Federal, 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57034 / 6.5X284 Norma, 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57035 / 7mm Rem. Mag., 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57036 / 300 Win. Mag., 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57147 / 280 Ackley Improved, 26-inch barrel / $1,099
57037 / 338 Lapua Mag., 26-inch barrel / $1,299

Savage is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. To learn more about Savage, visit www.savagearms.com.

About Vista Outdoor Inc.
Vista Outdoor is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of consumer products in the growing outdoor sports and recreation markets. The company operates in two segments, Shooting Sports and Outdoor Products, and has a portfolio of well-recognized brands that provides consumers with a wide range of performance-driven, high-quality and innovative products for individual outdoor recreational pursuits. Vista Outdoor products are sold at leading retailers and distributors across North America and worldwide. Vista Outdoor is headquartered in Utah and has manufacturing operations and facilities in 13 U.S. States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico along with international customer service, sales and sourcing operations in Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe. For news and information, visit www.vistaoutdoor.com or follow us on Twitter @VistaOutdoorInc and Facebook at www.facebook.com/vistaoutdoor.

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  1. avatar Ironhead says:

    Would love to try an accufit. I love my savage rifles. All three have accutriggers and 2 have the accustocks. For the money they are the best ive come across.

  2. avatar ironicatbest says:

    Damn damn and double damn, but not in .243 win, this was the rifle I’ve been looking for, I won’t switch from the .243 because I’ kno that cartridge so well. A 243 in a twenty six inch button rifled barrel, yah buddy. Savage gets my next purchase

    1. avatar Trent Wilson says:

      Nothing our 240 Dingo doesn’t outperform. 55gr Nosler Varmageddon @ 4600+fps depending on powder. So far, 600 pound hogs aren’t moving.

  3. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    Hey Jeremy,
    Send that bad boy my way!
    I’d love to give it a good workout.

  4. avatar PROUD chicano says:

    Anyone have any hands on experience on the savage lightweight hunter series?

    1. avatar Glen says:

      Just got one in 6.5 creedmore have it set up leapold scope have not shot yet. Waiting for descent weather to go to range for final sight in. This gun is really short very light. Shoulder to trigger is short barrel only 20 “ long and really small diameter. Fits my needs perfectly if it’s a good shooter.

    2. avatar Hunter427 says:

      Love my lwh in 3006, it really likes Factory 150 grain Federal, did some reloading with Partition but couldn’t find the right make up. Might try Bergers next

  5. avatar Alan Esworthy says:

    Savage makes other models in a left-handed version but there’s no mention of a leftie Long Range Hunter. Does anyone know if they are likely to make one?

    1. avatar Mark N. says:

      Based in their past history, I’d hazard a guess that it is very likely. They lag a few months behind the right hand models.

  6. avatar Pete bentley says:

    I shoot left handed and love the 25/06 calber,and that’s a long distance calber.and I didn’t see eather one,and I’m really disipointed in savage.i own 2 of there bolt action rifles 25/06 & 270 both great gund for long shooting with the right scope.

    1. avatar Trent Wilson says:

      25 caliber isn’t a target caliber. Never has been, never will be. Even the current Berger bullet options fail to meet expectations. Both the 24 and 26 caliber options are more ballistic friendly.

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