savage-doa_hunter_xpAs the upcoming 2017 SHOT Show gets closer and closer, manufacturers are continuing to announce and tease more of their new guns and gear for next year. Savage Arms is one such manufacturer giving shooters a first glance at one of its upcoming new products: the 11/111 DOA Hunter.

This new package takes Savage’s excellent 11/111 rifle and pairs it with a factory-installed and bore-sighted Bushnell Trophy DOA 3-9×40 scope mounted with Weaver Grand Slam rings. Because of this, the rifle is ready to shoot right out of the box, making it a perfect choice for a newer hunter or anyone looking for a rifle that’s ready to go immediately.

The Savage 11/111 DOA Hunter utilizes the manufacturer’s famed adjustable AccuTrigger, which can be set anywhere from 2.5 to 6 pounds depending on the shooter’s preference. The AccuTrigger provides a crisp and clean pull and pairs nicely with the gun’s carbon-steel blued barrel.

The rifle features a rugged black synthetic stock with a matte finish, and both the barrel and receiver also wear a matte black finish. The 11/111 DOA Hunter also comes equipped with a detachable box magazine for simple and quick reloading.

Features on the Bushnell Trophy DOA 3-9×40 scope that comes factory mounted on the 11/111 DOA Hunter include a fast-focus eyepiece for quickly adjusting focus to ensure a clear sight picture and finger-touch adjustable windage and elevation controls. The scope also incorporates a shooter-visible power change ring.

The MSRP on the new Savage 11/111 DOA Hunter package is currently listed as ranging from $684 to $712. For more information, visit the Savage Arms website.


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