Savage Arms has just announced the 110 Carbon Predator, a new lightweight hunting rifle available in six chambering options.
Savage Arms is continuing to expand its 110 series of bolt-action rifles, and the newest addition is one geared toward predator hunting. It’s available in six different chamberings, very lightweight and durable enough to withstand whatever nature throws at it.
The 110 Carbon Predator was given its name for its PROOF Research carbon fiber-wrapped stainless steel threaded barrel and carbon steel receiver. Barrels are either 18 or 22 inches depending on the rifle’s caliber. Chambering options for the Carbon Predator include 6mm ARC, .22-250 Remington, .223 Remington, 300 AAC Blackout, .308 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor. 6.5 Creedmoor is the only caliber option that is available with either an 18- or 22-inch barrel, giving the 110 Carbon Predator a total of seven different models to choose from. Weights range from about 6.5 to 7.2 pounds.
Other features of the 110 Carbon Predator series include their use of AICS detachable box magazines, user-adjustable AccuTriggers and granite-textured AccuStocks with AccuFit technology.
Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms, said this about the new rifle:
As one of Savage Arms’ impressive new guns, the 110 Carbon Predator offers unbeatable performance for the toughest hunts…We’re committed to building the best, and this new model of the oldest continuously manufactured bolt action rifle in North America embodies all that and more. The modern predator hunter will love the Savage designed carbon fiber wrapped PROOF Research barrel, AICS detachable box magazine and exclusively on this rifle, a granite textured stock featuring the AccuFit and Accustock technology.
Regardless of the model selected, all Savage 110 Carbon Predators have an MSRP of $1,695 and are available now.
For more information, please visit savagearms.com.
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