The iconic rifle from 1894 has stood the test of time.
After 125 years, Savage Arms' Model 110 is still one of the most popular rifles on the market. The rifle changed Savage forever, launching the firearm manufacturer to a new level and paving the way for rifles like the MSR 15 and the Axis II.
Because of the rifle's undeniable significance to the brand's history and the firearm industry as a whole, Savage decided to make an anniversary edition.
Honoring the Model 110's birth year, 1894, Savage will only build 1,894 of these rifles. Shooters will have the chambering options of .243 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, .250 Savage, .300 Savage and .308 Winchester, each of which employs a 22-inch barrel.
The 125th Anniversary Edition Model 110 is much different than your standard Model 110, too. Savage gave it a high-gloss Monte Carlo walnut stock, a custom engraving on the grip cap, receiver and detachable box magazine.
This long-range, bolt-action rifle uses a button-rifled barrel, a carbon steel barreled action and the famous, user-adjustable AccuTrigger, all of which make it perform just like any other Model 110.
It dons a satin black finish, weights 7.46 pounds and has an MSRP of $1,499.
Savage showcased the limited-edition rifle at SHOT Show 2019, where they announced orders would take anywhere from 16 to 20 weeks.
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