Video Review: Savage 110 Ultralite Bolt-Action Rifle

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posted on October 5, 2020
Savage Arms' dedication to providing NRA Families with wallet-friendly but seriously accurate rifles is proven once more with their brand-new Model 110 Ultralite rifle. This is definitely a premium gun, boasting features you'd expect to see from a custom shop, but this sub-MOA shooter checks in with an MSRP of $1,499. The Savage 110 Ultralite bolt-action rifle was created for very serious sportsmen, but its genius AccuFit system allows you to customize the gun to fit every member of your family.

The concept of a user-customizable rifle isn't new, of course, but Savage's AccuFit system definitely has a new twist. It allows you to adjust not only the length of pull (LOP), but also the height at comb. This will make a big difference for short-statured shooters. But that's not the end of it; the 110 Ultralite also features Savage's AccuTrigger, which is hands-down one of the nicest factory triggers in existence. The user can adjust the crisp, clean break of the trigger from 4 pounds all the way down to a near-telekinetic 1.5 pounds.

Want to know more about Savage's new 110 Ultralite bolt gun? Check out this video from American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach...or visit SavageArms.com.

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