Video Review: Savage 110 Magpul Hunter

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Savage Arms‘ 110 is a legend among rifles for its out-of-the-box accuracy and exquisite trigger action. That doesn’t mean the company is resting on its laurels; far from it. With the Savage 110 Magpul Hunter, Savage fans and newbies alike will rejoice in a feature-rich stock from Magpul that renders this bolt-action rifle the perfect choice for hunting, long-range shooting and tactical defense alike. The Magpul stock is a battle-tough polymer that stands up to all sorts of use and abuse in the field, all while offering contouring and adjustability to the length of pull that make it simplicity itself to weld this rifle firmly to your cheek and shoulder. 

Chambered in the popular short-action (and long-range) 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester calibers, this rifle weighs in at just under 9 pounds and is 38.5″ long. This rifle comes with both a mounted Picatinny rail and M-Lok attachments for pretty much whatever accessory strikes your fancy. Our time on the range proved that, once again, a Savage 110 can outshoot most shooters, with sub-MOA groupings a matter of course. That’s just some of the many reasons that the Savage 110 Magpul Hunter is the NRA Gun of the Week … check out this great video review from our friends at American Rifleman, and visit SavageArms.com for more! 

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