Savage 110 Apex Hunter XP 6.5 Creedmoor Mag Bolt-Action Rifle with Vortex Crossfire 3-9x40mm Riflescope
Savage 110 Tactical 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with 24-Inch Threaded Barrel
Savage 110 Tactical Desert 6.5 PRC Bolt-Action Rifle with FDE Stock and 24 inch Threaded Barrel
Savage 110 High Country 300 WIN MAG Bolt-Action Rifle
Savage 110 Apex Storm XP 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with Stainless Barrel and Vortex Crossfire 3-9x40mm Riflescope
Savage 110 Tactical 6.5 PRC Bolt-Action Rifle with 24 inch Threaded Barrel
Mossberg Patriot 300 Win Mag Bolt-Action Rifle with Dead Ringer 3-9x40mm Scope
Christensen Arms Ridgeline 300 WIN MAG Bolt-Action Rifle with Bronze Receiver and Green/Black/Tan
Savage 110 High Country 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with Camo Stock
Savage 110 Hog Hunter 350 Legend Bolt-Action Rifle
Christensen Arms Ridgeline 300 Win Mag Bolt-Action Rifle with Green, Black and Tan Stock
Christensen Arms Ridgeline Titanium 300 Win Mag Bolt-Action Rifle
When the stakes are high, settle for nothing less than the precision and adaptability of the Savage 110 Tactical. The rifle’s AccuFit™ system lets tactical and competitive shooters customize length-of-pull for the utmost consistency, and the user-adjustable AccuTrigger™ provides a light, crisp pull. Together with the AccuStock™, which secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length, the 110 Tactical provides the fit and function of a custom rifle—right out of the box. It features a suppressor-ready threaded barrel, a one-piece scope rail and 10-round detachable box magazine
Every new Model 110 delivers the customized fit required for consistent accuracy— and it starts with AccuFit™. Five comb riser sizes let you lock in the perfect cheek-to-stock weld for fast and consistent target acquisition and enhanced accuracy while four composite inserts establish your unique length-of-pull.
I had been looking at the Savage tactical lineup for a long time. I had always considered myself a Browning and Remington man mostly because as a kid in the 80s, they were always cheaper than the others. Fast forward 30+ years....I bought my 12 year old daughter a Savage MK II 22 LR, and dammed if it didn't have not just a good trigger, but the best trigger in the house!
When I saw this Savage Tactical in 300 Win mag for $579 AND a $100 rebate I couldn't pass it up. I put a Athlon Midas Tac on and have been giggling.......Until the next morning. There ain't no getting around a 300 mags recoil, however, I have a Nord Arms 30 cal brake making its way across the Atlantic now. $1,300 for the gun, bipod, sling, scope & mounts is ridiculous!! I can't wait for spring to get more time behind it.
Looking for a build that cost less to run than 338 Lapua with more punch to 6.5 Creedmoor, this might be it. Going with Tract Toric scope, bipod, sling the grand total is south of $1800. How it performs remains to be seen but the potential is there. It's better to fork out 70 - 90 cents per round as opposed to $1.90 - $2.75 per round. Stay tuned....
I’ve had a Savage long range hunter for about 10 years in 300 Win Mag and love the rifle but it was time to find a new stock, barrel etc... after researching the cost of cleaning up the rifle I came across this model, bought it and sold the LRH.
The bolt handle makes cycling super fast, the magazine is an amazing improvement over the previous half metal/plastic mags Savage previously shipped with detachable mag models! To top that off, a heavy, fluted and threaded 5/8-24 barrel, you just won't find that for sub 600 dollar price range on any other brand. I waited to write a review until after the rifle has been to the range a few times and had at least a 100 rounds through it, happy to report zero issues!