The Savage 110 Hunter chambered in .243 Winchester is designed to exceed your expectations in terms of performance, accuracy and reliability. Built with precision and durability in mind, this rifle is the perfect choice for hunters and shooters who demand excellence in every shot. With its advanced features and attention to detail, the Savage 110 Hunter ensures that you can confidently take on any hunting or shooting challenge that comes your way.
Key features of the Savage 110 Hunter:
AccuFit System: The Savage 110 Hunter comes with the innovative AccuFit System, allowing you to customize the length of pull and comb height for a perfect fit and optimal comfort. This ensures consistent shouldering and improved accuracy, making it easier to achieve precise shots every time.
AccuTrigger: Equipped with Savage's renowned AccuTrigger, the Savage 110 Hunter offers a crisp and adjustable trigger pull. This allows you to fine-tune the trigger to your preferred weight, promoting better trigger control and enhancing accuracy.
Detachable Box Magazine: The rifle features a 4-round detachable box magazine, providing quick and easy reloading. The magazine has a generous capacity, allowing you to stay focused on your target without the need for frequent reloads.
Button-Rifled Barrel: The Savage 110 Hunter boasts a 22" button-rifled barrel, which undergoes a meticulous manufacturing process to ensure exceptional accuracy. The precise rifling promotes better bullet stabilization, resulting in improved shot placement.
AccuStock: The Savage 110 Hunter comes with an AccuStock, a rigid aluminum rail system that provides enhanced stability and accuracy. This bedding system eliminates any movement between the action and the stock, ensuring consistent performance.
Synthetic Stock: The Savage 110 Hunter features a durable gray synthetic stock, designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and rough handling. The stock is also ergonomically designed for maximum comfort and improved handling, ensuring a confident grip.
Drilled and Tapped Receiver: The receiver of the Savage 110 Hunter is drilled and tapped, allowing for easy installation of scope mounts or other optics. This provides shooters with the flexibility to customize their rifle with their preferred sighting system.
Reliable Bolt Action: The rifle utilizes a reliable bolt action mechanism, known for its smooth operation and positive lockup. The Savage 110 Hunter's bolt action ensures consistent feeding and ejection, contributing to the rifle's overall reliability.
The Savage 110 Hunter is the ultimate tool for hunters and shooters who demand precision and reliability in every shot. Whether you're hunting big game or honing your marksmanship skills at the range, this rifle is designed to exceed your expectations. With its .243 Winchester chambering, customizable features, superb accuracy and rugged construction, the Savage 110 Hunter ensures that you can confidently tackle any hunting or shooting adventure.
Invest in the Savage 110 Hunter today and join the community of satisfied hunters and shooters who trust in the Savage brand for their shooting needs.
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