Savage 11/110

     Notes: This is an American-made bolt-action rifle, related to the Model 11. It features a floating barrel with a Monte Carlo cheekpiece, and is drilled and tapped for a scope mount. A left-handed version is available.

 

Model 10 Predator Hunter Brush

     Notes: The most striking feature of this rifle is the finish – a matte tan brush pattern for the stock as well as all exposed metalwork.  Under that finish is a synthetic stock with a light olive recoil pad on the butt, and carbon steel metalwork.  The Predator Hunter Brush has an AccuTrigger pack, but has no iron sights nor a scope (though it is drilled and tapped for scope mounts.  The 22” barrel is tapered as well as having the standard floating barrel.  A detachable box magazine is used.  The Predator Hunter Brush is essentially by chambering a varmint rifle, and would have a hard time taking down a deer, let alone any dangerous predator.

     The Predator Hunter Max 1 – well, that is a different animal.  The basic design is almost the same at that of the Predator Hunter Brush, but much of the line is chambered for light magnum cartridges.  Thus, they are capable of taking down heavier game.  Though some police departments use then as sniper’s weapons or marksman’s weapons in small quantities, the oddball selection of chamberings makes this largely undesirable to most organized activity.  As said, construction is similar to the Predator Hunter Brush, including the Brush finish, but the barrel is 24 inches, heavy, and fluted; the magazine capacity is also smaller.  The rifle comes in left and right-handed versions.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush

.204 Ruger

3.14 kg

5

$812

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush

.22-250 Remington

3.25 kg

5

$932

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush

5.56mm NATO

3.17 kg

5

$886

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush

.243 Winchester

3.39 kg

5

$1088

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

.204 Ruger

3.86 kg

4

$834

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

.22-250 Remington

3.99 kg

4

$953

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

5.56mm NATO

3.89 kg

4

$907

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

.243 Winchester

4.16 kg

4

$1109

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

.260 Remington

4.49 kg

4

$1441

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

6.5mm Creedmoor

4.26 kg

4

$1193

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1

6.5-284 Norma

4.36 kg

4

$1298

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush (.204)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

65

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush (.22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

68

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

73

Savage 10 Predator Hunter Brush (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

69

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (.204)

BA

3

1-Nil

7

2

Nil

71

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (.22-250)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

2

Nil

76

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

7

2

Nil

80

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

2

Nil

79

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (.260)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

3

Nil

85

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (6.5mm)

BA

4

1-2-Nil

7

3

Nil

108

Savage 110 Predator Hunter Max 1 (6.5-284)

BA

4

1-2-Nil

7

3

Nil

97

 

Model 10XP

     The Model 10XP is designed for civilian hunters, with a secondary use of the design by police snipers and marksmen.  Virtually the entire rifle, including the included scope and external metalwork, is fully camouflaged in a matte brush pattern or a snow pattern. The stock is synthetic, and the 22-inch barrel match-quality heavy-profile carbon steel.  One of the few areas not camouflaged is the olive drab recoil pad on the butt.  The Model 10XP is equipped with Savage’s AccuTrigger.  No iron sights are provided, but included with the rifle at purchase a 4-12x40 scope, mounted and boresighted.  The Model 10XP is equipped with an internal magazine.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 10XP

.204 Ruger

3.86 kg

5 Internal

$1016

Savage 10XP

.22-250 Remington

3.99 kg

5 Internal

$1136

Savage 10XP

5.56mm NATO

3.89 kg

5 Internal

$1090

Savage 10XP

.243 Winchester

4.16 kg

5 Internal

$1292

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 10XP (.204)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

66

Savage 10XP (.22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

70

Savage 10XP (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

2

Nil

74

Savage 10XP (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

2

Nil

71

 

Model 110E

     The Model 110E was the first version; it was introduced in 1963 and produced until 1988.  The Model 110E originally had a plain hardwood stock with a Monte Carlo comb; in the 1980s, checkering was added to the pistol grip wrist and fore-end.  For most of its production history, the Model 110E was made only in .22-250, 5.56mm, and 7mm Magnum, but more chamberings were added in the 1970s and 1980s.  It uses a 22-inch barrel.  The Model 110EL was a left-handed version of the Model 110E; it was restricted to 7mm Magnum and .30-06, and was built only in small numbers.  (For game purposes, it is identical to the standard Model 110E in the same chamberings.)  The Model 110ES (also known as the Super Value) was sold under the Stevens name from 1981-85, and included a 4x telescopic sight and mounts, a hardwood stock with plain checkering, and a 22-inch tapered barrel with a folding leaf rear sight and drilling and tapping.  Soon after the introduction of the Model 110E, the Model 110M was announced; this is a magnum-firing version of the Model 110E, produced from 1963-73, and had a 24-inch barrel, a recoil pad on the butt, and an enlarged bolt-face recess and long action.  The Model 110ML is a left-handed version of the Model 110M, produced in the same chamberings as the Model 110M.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110E

.22-250 Remington

3.18 kg

5 Internal

$844

Savage 110E

5.56mm NATO

3.12 kg

5 Internal

$798

Savage 110E

.243 Winchester

3.39 kg

5 Internal

$999

Savage 110E

.270 Winchester

3.96 kg

5 Internal

$1458

Savage 110E

7mm Remington Magnum

4 kg

4 Internal

$1497

Savage 110E

7.62mm NATO

3.93 kg

5 Internal

$1429

Savage 110E

.30-06 Springfield

4.24 kg

5 Internal

$1710

Savage 110ES

.243 Winchester

3.54 kg

5 Internal

$1203

Savage 110ES

7.62mm NATO

4.1 kg

5 Internal

$1633

Savage 110M

.264 Winchester Magnum

3.96 kg

4 Internal

$1409

Savage 110M

7mm Remington Magnum

4.14 kg

4 Internal

$1567

Savage 110M

.300 Winchester Magnum

4.66 kg

4 Internal

$2350

Savage 110M

.358 Winchester

4.72 kg

4 Internal

$2406

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110E (.22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110E (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Savage 110E (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

66

Savage 110E (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110E (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

76

Savage 110E (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110E (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110ES (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

68

Savage 110ES (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

Savage 110M (.264)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

81

Savage 110M (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

87

Savage 110M (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

8

4

Nil

90

Savage 110M (.358)

BA

5

2-4-Nil

8

5

Nil

91

 

Model 110P

     From 1964-80, the Model 110P (Premier Grade) was produced; it was a deluxe version of the Model 110E.  It was chambered only in a few calibers, used a 24-inch barrel for the 7mm Magnum version, and had a French walnut stock with a half-length fore-end and a roll-over Monte Carlo comb.  The fore-end had a rosewood endcap, and the checkering on the pistol grip wrist and fore-end had a skip-line pattern.  The Model 110PE Presentation Grade model is even more fancy than the Model 110P, with engraving on the receiver, trigger guard, magazine floorplate, and stock; and they rarely were fitted with iron sights (though they were always drilled and tapped).  They are otherwise identical for game purposes to the Model 110P.  While the Model 110PE is rare, the Model 110PEL left-handed version is virtually never seen.  The Model 110P also had a left-handed version, the Model 110PL. 

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110P

.243 Winchester

3.56 kg

5 Internal

$999

Savage 110P

7mm Remington Magnum

4.25 kg

4 Internal

$1517

Savage 110P

.30-06 Springfield

4.45 kg

5 Internal

$1710

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110P (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

66

Savage 110P (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

87

Savage 110P (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

 

Model 110C

     The Model 110C was produced from 1966-86.  It is essentially a Model 110E with a detachable magazine and some improvements, most notably a new, more powerful extractor.  Most Model 110Cs have 22-inch barrels, but two chamberings (introduced in 1979) -- .22-250 and .25-06 – had 24-inch barrels in addition to 22-inch barrel versions.  (Neither of these 24-inch barrel versions proved popular; the .25-06 model was taken out of the line in 1982, and the .22-250 version was gone by 1985.)  The Model 110CL is a left-handed version of the Model 110C, restricted to .243, .270, 7mm Magnum, and .30-06.  The Model 110CY Youth rifle was introduced in 1992 and is still being produced; it has a shorter stock, but is otherwise identical to the Model 110C.  It was introduced in .243 and .250 Savage, but more chamberings were added as time went by, and the .250 Savage version was removed from the market in 1995.

     The Model 110D is similar to the Model 110C, but had a detachable floorplate enclosing a magazine.  It was produced from 1972-88, and had somewhat different chamberings than the Model 110E or 110C.  A left-handed model, the Model 110DL, was also produced.

     The Model 110V is a version of the Model 110D, but was a varmint rifle with a heavy 26-inch barrel that had no iron sights.  For most of its history, the Model 110V was chambered only for .22-250, but in 1986, a 5.56mm version was introduced, and then quickly withdrawn.  The Model 110V was built from 1983-94.

     From 1986-94, the limited-edition Model 110K was produced; it had a laminated camouflage-finish stock, was chambered only for .243, .270, 7mm Magnum, .30-06, and .338 Magnum, and is otherwise identical to the Model 110D.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110C (22-Inch Barrel)

.22-250 Remington

3.04 kg

4

$838

Savage 110C (24-Inch Barrel)

.22-250 Remington

3.08 kg

4

$859

Savage 110C

.243 Winchester

3.24 kg

4

$994

Savage 110C (22-Inch Barrel)

.25-06 Remington

3.58 kg

4

$1263

Savage 110C (24-Inch Barrel)

.25-06 Remington

3.61 kg

4

$1283

Savage 110C

.270 Winchester

3.78 kg

4

$1452

Savage 110C

7mm Remington Magnum

3.82 kg

3

$1491

Savage 110C

7.62mm NATO

3.75 kg

4

$1423

Savage 110C

.30-06 Springfield

4.05 kg

4

$1703

Savage 110C

.300 Winchester Magnum

4.3 kg

3

$2232

Savage 110CY

5.56mm NATO

2.83 kg

4

$792

Savage 110CY

.243 Winchester

3.08 kg

4

$994

Savage 110CY

.250 Savage

3.12 kg

3

$1026

Savage 110CY

.270 Winchester

3.59 kg

4

$1452

Savage 110CY

7.62mm NATO

3.56 kg

4

$1423

Savage 110D

5.56mm NATO

2.97 kg

4

$792

Savage 110D

.243 Winchester

3.24 kg

4

$994

Savage 110D

.270 Winchester

3.78 kg

4

$1452

Savage 110D

7mm Remington Magnum

3.82 kg

3

$1491

Savage 110D

.30-06 Springfield

4.05 kg

4

$1703

Savage 110D

.300 Winchester Magnum

4.3 kg

3

$2232

Savage 110D

.338 Winchester Magnum

4.51 kg

3

$2453

Savage 110V

5.56mm NATO

3.06 kg

4

$837

Savage 110V

.22-250 Remington

3.12 kg

4

$883

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110C (22”, .22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110C (24”, .22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

7

3

Nil

74

Savage 110C (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

66

Savage 110C (22”, .25-06)

BA

4

1-2-Nil

7

4

Nil

70

Savage 110C (24”, .25-06)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110C (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110C (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

76

Savage 110C (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110C (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110C (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

79

Savage 110CY (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Savage 110CY (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

66

Savage 110CY (.250)

BA

3

1-2-Nil

7

4

Nil

90

Savage 110CY (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110CY (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110D (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Savage 110D (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

66

Savage 110D (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110D (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

76

Savage 110D (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110D (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

79

Savage 110D (.338 Magnum)

BA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

91

Savage 110V (5.56mm)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

85

Savage 110V (.22-250)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

82

 

Model 110B

     There were two versions called the Model 110B; the first one was produced from 1976-89.  It was basically a Model 110E with a select-quality walnut stock, and chambered only for .243, .270, 7mm Magnum, .30-06, and .338 Magnum.  It also had a left-handed version which was produced until 1991.  The second Model 110B was a variant of the Model 110G, produced from 1989-91; it had some extra chamberings, had a simple brown-stained hardwood stock with a non-slip rubber shoulder plate.  It was made only in small numbers.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

.22-250 Remington

3.09 kg

5 Internal

$839

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

5.56mm NATO

2.88 kg

5 Internal

$793

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

.243 Winchester

3.3 kg

5 Internal

$995

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

.270 Winchester

3.84 kg

5 Internal

$1453

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

7mm Remington Magnum

3.88 kg

4 Internal

$1492

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

7.62mm NATO

3.81 kg

5 Internal

$1424

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

.30-06 Springfield

4.12 kg

5 Internal

$1705

Savage 110B (2nd Model)

.300 Winchester Magnum

4.37 kg

4 Internal

$2234

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110B 2nd Model (.22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110B 2nd Model (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Savage 110B 2nd Model (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

7

3

Nil

66

Savage 110B 2nd Model (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110B 2nd Model (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

76

Savage 110B 2nd Model (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110B 2nd Model (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110B 2nd Model (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

79

 

Model 110S

     The Model 110S Silhouette rifle was built from 1978-94; it was chambered only for 7.62mm, and used a 22-inch heavy tapered barrel.  The stock had a high comb, and the pistol grip wrist was stippled instead of checkered. 

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110S

7.62mm NATO

3.77 kg

4

$1427

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110S

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

82

 

Model 110F

     The Model 110F was produced from 1987-94.  It used a straight-comb black Rynite stock, but was otherwise similar to the other Model 110 rifles of the time.  Variants included the left-handed Model 110FL.  The Model 110FP Police rifle was introduced in 1990 and is still being produced; it has a 24-inch barrel, a non-reflective finish for the metalwork.  In 1995, the initial Model 110FP was replaced by the Model 110FP Police Tactical rifle; this version has a graphite/fiberglass stock with a glass fiber barrel bedding system, sling swivels, and more chamberings (the first version of the Model 110FP was chambered only in 5.56mm and 7.62mm).  The Model 110FL is a left-handed variant of the Model 110F; the Model 110FLP is a left-handed variant of the Model 110FP (and is still being produced.  The Model 110FNS has no iron sights, but is otherwise identical to the Model 110F.  The Model 110FX is also virtually identical to the Model 110F, but has a Weaver sight base machined integral to the receiver.  The Model 110FM, also known as the Sierra, has the graphite/fiberglass composite stock, but only a 20-inch tapered barrel, and is much lighter than the standard Model 110F.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110F

.22-250 Remington

2.86 kg

4

$851

Savage 110F

5.56mm NATO

2.67 kg

4

$804

Savage 110F

.243 Winchester

3.06 kg

4

$1006

Savage 110F

.270 Winchester

3.56 kg

4

$1466

Savage 110F

7mm Remington Magnum

3.6 kg

3

$1505

Savage 110F

7.62mm NATO

3.54 kg

4

$1437

Savage 110F

.30-06 Springfield

3.83 kg

4

$1719

Savage 110F

.300 Winchester Magnum

4.06 kg

3

$2247

Savage 110F

.338 Winchester Magnum

4.26 kg

3

$2469

Savage 110FM

.243 Winchester

2.86 kg

4

$1005

Savage 110FM

.270 Winchester

3.33 kg

4

$1464

Savage 110FM

7.62mm NATO

3.31 kg

4

$1436

Savage 110FM

.30-06 Springfield

3.58 kg

4

$1717

Savage 110FP

5.56mm NATO

3.08 kg

4

$828

Savage 110FP

7.62mm NATO

4.08 kg

4

$1462

Savage 110FP Tactical

5.56mm NATO

2.98 kg

4

$833

Savage 110FP Tactical

.25-06 Remington

3.31 kg

4

$1305

Savage 110FP Tactical

7mm Remington Magnum

4.02 kg

3

$1534

Savage 110FP Tactical

7.62mm NATO

3.95 kg

4

$1466

Savage 110FP Tactical

.30-06 Springfield

4.27 kg

4

$1747

Savage 110FP Tactical

.300 Winchester Magnum

4.53 kg

3

$2336

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110F (.22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110F (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Savage 110F (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110F (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110F (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

76

Savage 110F (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110F (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110F (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

79

Savage 110F (.338 Magnum)

BA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

91

Savage 110FM (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110FM (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110FM (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

80

Savage 110FM (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

69

Savage 110FP (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

7

3

Nil

78

Savage 110FP (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

93

Savage 110FP Tactical (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

7

3

Nil

80

                                    Savage 110FP Tactical (.25-06)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

84

Savage 110FP Tactical (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

92

Savage 110FP Tactical (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

96

Savage 110FP Tactical (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

84

Savage 110FP Tactical (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

8

4

Nil

96

 

Model 110G

     The Model 110G was produced from 1989-94.  The rifle used a 22-inch barrel for standard chamberings, and a 24-inch barrel for magnum chamberings.  The stock was of beech, with a non-slip rubber buttplate.  One of the chamberings was .300 Savage, but after numerous complaints about cracked stocks, this chambering was withdrawn in 1995, after two years.  The Model 110G had an internal magazine, but the Model 110GC, produced from 1992-94, had a detachable box magazine.  The Model 110GL was the left-handed version.  The Model 110 GNS and GLNS were versions of the standard and left-handed models with no iron sights.  These two rifles in addition to the Model 110GL were restricted to .270 Winchester, 7mm Magnum, and .30-06.  The Model 110GV is a varmint rifle version with a heavy barrel.  The Model 110GX is a version of the standard Model 110G with a Weaver scope base.  The Model 110WLE (also known as the One in a Thousand series) is a special version of the Model 110G, with a select-quality walnut stock, a laser-etched Savage logo on the bolt, and a stock strong enough to use .250 and .300 Savage rounds.  It is otherwise identical to the Model 110G for game purposes.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110G

.22-250 Remington

3.4 kg

5 Internal

$839

Savage 110G

5.56mm NATO

3.33 kg

5 Internal

$793

Savage 110G

.243 Winchester

3.82 kg

5 Internal

$994

Savage 110G

.250 Savage

3.91 kg

4 Internal

$1047

Savage 110G

.25-06 Remington

4.22 kg

5 Internal

$1264

Savage 110G

.270 Winchester

4.46 kg

5 Internal

$1453

Savage 110G

7mm-08 Remington

4.22 kg

5 Internal

$1263

Savage 110G

7mm Remington Magnum

4.57 kg

4 Internal

$1512

Savage 110G

7.62mm NATO

4.43 kg

5 Internal

$1424

Savage 110G

.30-06 Springfield

4.79 kg

5 Internal

$1705

Savage 110G

.300 Winchester Magnum

5.13 kg

4 Internal

$2295

Savage 110G

.300 Savage

4.43 kg

4 Internal

$1363

Savage 110G

.338 Winchester Magnum

5.55 kg

4 Internal

$2516

Savage 110GC

.270 Winchester

4.41 kg

4

$1452

Savage 110GC

7mm Remington Magnum

4.52 kg

3

$1511

Savage 110GC

.30-06 Springfield

4.74 kg

4

$1704

Savage 110GC

.300 Winchester Magnum

5.07 kg

3

$2293

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110G (.22-250)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110G (5.56mm)

BA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Savage 110G (.243)

BA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

66

Savage 110G (.250)

BA

3

1-2-Nil

7

4

Nil

102

Savage 110G (.25-06)

BA

4

2-Nil

7

4

Nil

58

Savage 110G (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110G (7mm-08)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

78

Savage 110G (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

87

Savage 110G (7.62mm)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

80

Savage 110G (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110G (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

90

Savage 110G (.300 Savage)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

107

Savage 110G (.338 Magnum)

BA

6

1-3-Nil

8

5

Nil

104

Savage 110GC (.270)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

61

Savage 110GC (7mm Magnum)

BA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

87

Savage 110GC (.30-06)

BA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

69

Savage 110GC (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

90

 

Model 110BA

     The Model 110BA is a new version, designed more as a tactical sniper rifle than as a hunting weapon, though it is also available for sale to civilians.  Construction uses large amounts of light aluminum alloy and advanced steel grades, and it is relatively light compared to other sniper rifles of its class. However, construction is almost entirely of metal, with the exception of the pistol grip, adjustable cheekpiece, and the recoil pad. The 26-inch barrel is fluted to further reduce weight, and is tipped with a muzzle brake.  The barrel is also free-floating.  In addition to the adjustable cheekpiece, the stock is adjustable for length of pull. These adjustments are made through simple dials on the stock near the bottom. The top of the receiver has a MIL-STD-1913 rail for optics; the rifle has no iron sights unless they are purchased separately.  The Model 110BA has Savage’s AccuTrigger, which can be adjusted to incredibly low pull weights.  The price below includes the cost of a scope.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110BA

.300 Winchester Magnum

7.14 kg

6

$2816

Savage 110BA

.338 Lapua Magnum

7.14 kg

5

$3214

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Savage 110BA (.300 Magnum)

BA

5

1-2-3

8

2

Nil

108

With Bipod

BA

5

1-2-3

8

1

Nil

140

Savage 110BA (.338)

BA

6

1-3-Nil

8

3

Nil

114

With Bipod

BA

6

1-3-Nil

8

1

Nil

148

 

Model 110 Trophy Hunter XP

     Similar in many ways to the Model 10XP, the Trophy Hunter is also its own rifle.  The 22-inch barrel, in addition to standard Model 10/110 features, has a tapered profile.  The stock is perhaps the most attractive feature of the Trophy Hunter; it is satin-finish beech with excellent visible grain, and checkered in the pistol grip wrist and fore-end.  Exposed metalwork is blued to a matte black finish.  Most of the metalwork is carbon steel.  The Trophy Hunter has the AccuTrigger trigger pack and is sold with a Nikon 3-9x40 Scope with a BDC Reticle.  The Trophy Hunter has a detachable box magazine.

     For game purposes, the International Trophy Hunter is virtually identical to the Trophy Hunter. Differences include better-quality wood, the use of a Weaver 3-9x40 scope, and the addition of another heavy magnum chambering.

     The Trophy Hunter Youth and international Trophy Hunter Youth are, and the names indicate, smaller cousins of the larger rifles of the (almost) same name.  They are essentially near-identical versions of the larger rifles, save for their 20-inch tapered barrels, synthetic stocks in either black or Coyote Tan, and exposed metalwork to match their stock color.  They also have rubber recoil pads to match their stock color (almost, but not quite).They too come with the same scopes as their larger brethren.  Chambering is different from the larger versions, and if you can handle the shorter length of pull and different balance point, you could have a shorter and more packable rifle in a decent chambering.  The intent of the Youth rifles is, however, aimed at younger teenagers and older children, and smaller-statured adults. For game purposes, the International Trophy Hunter XP Youth is identical to the Trophy Hunter XP Youth.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

.22-250 Remington

3.76 kg

5

$1121

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

5.56mm NATO

3.69 kg

5

$1075

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

.243 Winchester

4 kg

5

$1276

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

.270 Winchester

4.66 kg

5

$1734

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

7.62mm NATO

4.58 kg

5

$1706

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

.30-06 Springfield

4.93 kg

5

$1986

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

7mm Remington Magnum

4.68 kg

4

$1773

Savage 110 Trophy Hunter XP

.300 Winchester Magnum

5.25 kg

4

$2530

Savage 110 International Trophy Hunter XP

.338 Winchester Magnum

5.5 kg

4

$2752

Savage 11 Trophy Hunter XP Youth

5.56mm NATO

3.05 kg

5

$1063

Savage 11 Trophy Hunter XP Youth

.243 Winchester

3.31 kg

5

$1266

Savage 11 Trophy Hunter XP Youth

7mm-08 Remington

3.53 kg

5

$1535

Savage 11 Trophy Hunter XP Youth

7.62mm NATO

3.65 kg

5

$1697

               

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst