Bolt-action pistols are a unique but growing platform option for hunters and shooters in need of a compact, easy-to-carry firearm with the accuracy and precision inherent in many bolt-action designs. Savage Arms expanded its 110 lineup of firearms with its all-new 110 PCS, a pistol variant based on the company's popular 110 rifle action.
“The Model 110 has set the bar high for bolt-action rifles,” Jessica Treglia, senior brand manager for Savage Arms. “Now the adaptability and performance that we see from our flagship rifle line is available in a pistol chassis system. Don’t let the 110 PCS’s diminutive size fool you—we’ve taken this gun out past 500 yards with reliable, repeatable accuracy.”
At the heart of the Savage Model 110 PCS is the factory-blueprinted action, which sits inside a one-piece aluminum chassis developed by Modular Driven Technologies. The chassis accommodates AICS-pattern detachable box magazines. Each pistol is outfitted with a medium-contour barrel measuring 10.5" and featuring 5/8-24 t.p.i. muzzle threads. The chassis itself includes a free-floated fore-end with M-Lok attachment slots and a single-piece, 0-m.o.a. optics rail. At the rear of the chassis is an M1913 Picatinny rail that accepts many compatible stabilizing braces. Additionally, the chassis is compatible with most AR-15 pistol grips.
Also included on the Model 110 PCS is Savage's crisp, user-adjustable AccuTrigger, which can be set to break between 2.5-6 lbs. Additional features include a spiral-fluted bolt body, ambidextrous magazine release and barricade grooves milled into the magazine well. The Model 110 PCS is available in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win., 350 Legend, 300 Blackout and .223 Rem. Suggested retail pricing on the pistol is $999 in all calibers. For more information, visit savagearms.com.