Savage Expands AccuFit Rifle Line

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posted on January 16, 2019
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American Rifleman's Kelly Young extolled the virtues of Savage's AccuFit line of rifles in his 2018 feature story, "AccuFit: The New Shape of Savage." Savage’s patented AccuFit system lets shooters customize their firearm’s comb height and length of pull for a perfect fit.

Now Savage has expanded its AccuFit bolt-action firearms with new models for Western hunters and turkey die-hards. 

“We started thinking a lot more about the individual shooter — what their unique needs are and what drives them to ultimately go to a gunsmith,” said Savage Senior Marketing Manager Beth Shimanski. “That’s when we decided to really raise the bar and make the gun fit better too, and the AccuFit system was born.”

For 2019, Savage has unveiled the 110 High Country center-fire rifle, and 212 and 220 bolt-action turkey shotguns. Purpose-built for the back country or back woods, Savage’s new AccuFit firearms continue to deliver a long list of premium features at affordable prices.

Western big game hunters will appreciate the long list of standard features on the new 110 High Country rifle. This long-range rifle is built to minimize weight and maximize accuracy with a spiral-fluted barrel and bolt, as well as the Model 110 action secured three-dimensionally along its entire length within the AccuStock internal chassis.

Like other 110 rifles the High Country features a floating bolt head and a barrel nut that ensures reliable and consistent headspacing for unmatched accuracy. The AccuFit system lets hunters customize length- of-pull and comb height of the TrueTimber Strata synthetic stock.

The Savage Model 212 (12-gauge) and 220 (20-gauge) bolt-action turkey shotguns are built around the Model 110 rifle action, which is machined from billet steel bar stock and secured three-dimensionally along its entire length by the AccuStock internal chassis. Their blued, 22-inch carbon steel, smoothbore barrels are free-floating and secured to the receiver using a Model 110-style locking nut.

A user-adjustable AccuTrigger provides a light, crisp pull, and the AccuFit system allows hunters to customize length-of- pull and comb height for precision shots.

Learn more about Savage. Visit savagearms.com.

Additional Reading:
AccuFit: The New Shape of Savage

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