New Savage 110 Brush Hunter Stops the Toughest Game in Its Tracks

New Savage 110 Brush Hunter Stops the Toughest Game in Its Tracks
Savage 110 Brush Hunter

Savage's new 110 Brush Hunter is built to withstand tough hunting conditions and take down big game in its tracks. Shipments of these firearms are currently being delivered to dealers.


Length-of-pull can be customized to improve comfort and consistency, and the user- adjustable AccuTrigger provides a light, crisp pull. The rifle is built on Savage's 110 platform with a modern design and improved ergonomics.

Its 20-inch, stainless steel, medium-contour barrel is threaded with an end cap and held within a synthetic stock. The 7.38-pound rifle's oversize bolt handle and dependable iron sights are ideal for hunters pursuing big game in close quarters.

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The Savage 110 Brush Hunter is equipped with an over-sized bolt handle and dependable iron sights.

Part No. / Description / MSRP


57043 / 338 Win. Mag., 20-inch barrel / $784

57044 / 375 Ruger, 20-inch barrel / $784

To learn more, visit www.savagearms.com.


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