First Look: Magpul Hunter 110 Stock

posted on January 16, 2020
Magpul made waves in the rifle world with the launch of its Hunter Stock, giving owners of Remington 700-pattern rifles an easy upgrade option that fit their receiver footprint and accommodated a range of barrel profiles. However, at its initial launch, Magpul offered no upgrade option for the popular 110 short-action receiver from Savage Arms. All that changed in 2020 with the introduction of the company's Hunter 110 Stock.

Like the company's earlier 700-pattern stocks, this Hunter 110 option features enhanced ergonomics and room for accessories. The stock allows shooters to adjust comb height and length-of-pull, enabling them to obtain a perfect fit with their chosen rifle. At the front of the Hunter 110 stock, Magpul provides eight M-LOK attachment slots, allowing for the addition of direct-attach accessories and Picatinny rail segments that open the door to even more accessory options.

One of the essential features of the Magpul Hunter 110 Stock is the inclusion of a cast-aluminum bedding block that eliminates any need on the shooter's part to bed their rifle's action. This makes the Hunter stock an easy, drop-in solution that instantly provides enhanced accuracy and precision over more traditional stock designs. The bedding block features a hard-anodized finish that protects it from corrosion and wear.

Compatibility-wise, the Hunter 110 Stock will work with most third-generation Savage 10/110 short-action rifle receivers. To ensure that the receiver in question will work with the Magpul Hunter stock, consumers need to confirm that their Savage receiver has an action screw-hole spacing of 4.40" (H-prefix and later) with a production date of 2006 or later. Each Hunter 110 Stock also includes Magpul's Bolt Action Magazine Well designed specifically for use with this stock, and a single PMAG 5 7.62 AC is included in the package.

On its own, the Magpul Hunter 110 Stock weighs 3.3 lbs and features a 2.3" fore-end width. The stock is compatible with barrel profiles up to Heavy Palma and Savage Varmint contours. The stock is also compatible with quick-detach sling swivels, thanks to optional sling-mount kits available through Magpul. The stock is available for right- and left-handed actions, and the suggested retail price is $299.95. For more information, visit


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