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Savage Arms continues roll out of Model 110 rifle variants with Varmint model

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The Model 110 Varmint is made specifically with varmint hunters in mind. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage Arms has overseen a steady roll out of their new Model 110 variants, originally announced in early January 2018, launching the latest in the series — the Model 110 Varmint.

The Model 110 Varmint provides shooters with a comfortable fit and feel designed to deliver “impeccable accuracy” to varmint hunters looking to down small targets at longer ranges.

(Photo: Savage Arms)

The Model 110 utilizes Savage Arms’ AccuFit system which allows for length of pull adjustments as well as comb height adjustments. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Utilizing the company’s newest technology, the AccuFit, the Varmint model allows prairie doggers and hunters to efficiently adjust length-of-pull and comb height for a more customized rifle feel. In addition, the rifle comes equipped with Savage’s AccuTrigger which is user-adjustable with a crisp pull.

“Together with the AccuStock, which secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length, the Model 110 Varmint provides the fit and function of a custom rifle—right out of the box,” Savage Arms said in a press release.

(Photo: Savage Arms)

The Varmint also adds Savage’s AccuTrigger to its list of features. (Photo: Savage Arms)

The 26-inch heavy barrel on the long gun is button rifled and mated to the durable synthetic stock. Featuring a detachable 4-round box magazine, the rifle also delivers a fast-handling oversized bolt for easier manipulations.

Available in .223 Rem, 22-250 Rem or 204 Ruger, the Model 110 Varmint retails for $749.

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