New For 2023: Savage Arms 110 Carbon Predator

posted on January 23, 2023
Savage 110 Carbon Predator

Savage Arms has announced for 2023 its newest tool for predator management with the 110 Carbon Predator rifle. Based on the company's classic rifle action, the new 110 Carbon Predator comes as a feature-rich, 6.5-lb. offering that is geared toward optimum performance and easy carry, thanks to in-house innovations and a company partnership with PROOF Research.

The new-for-2023 Savage 110 Carbon Predator has all the details to make a difference when every shot counts. Savage includes its AccuStock system with AccuFit to ensure user comfort and success while securing the gun’s barreled action for optimum performance. Granite-like finish with included texturing covers the stock, along with grip panels at the wrist and fore-end. Sling-attachment studs are included front and rear.

Prospective 110 Carbon Predator owners can choose between six different chamberings: 6 mm ARC, .223 Rem., .22-250 Rem., 6.5 mm Creedmoor .308 Win. and .300 BLK. The exclusive PROOF Research carbon-fiber-wrapped stainless-steel barrel provided here comes in measurements of 16.125”, 18” and 22”, depending on chosen chamber.

Savage builds its 110 Carbon Predator with a bottom metal system that employs AICS-pattern detachable-box magazines, which is a boon to high-volume shooting and active hunting. Additionally, this latest Savage rifle will come with the highly regarded AccuTrigger, which provides a user-adjustable pull-weight range of 2.5 to 6 lbs. MSRP is set for $1,695. For details, visit


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