Savage Adds to A22 and 110 Wolverine Rifle Lines

posted on April 13, 2018

Savage has added new variations to two of its most popular rifle models, an A22 Target Thumbhole, and a 110 Wolverine in 450 Bushmaster. Both are shipping to dealers.

The A22 Target Thumbhole features a precision-built laminate stock and heavy fluted 21” barrel, employing a straight-blowback action in its 22 Long Rifle chambering, and delayed-blowback action in its 22 WMR model. The rifle uses a 10-round rotary magazine, and features the user-adjustable AccuTrigger and the same thread-in headspace system as Savage’s center-fire rifles.

Part No. / Description / MSRP
47221 / 22 WMR, 22" barrel / $629
47215 / 22 LR, 22" barrel / $445

Chambered for the straight-walled 450 Bushmaster cartridge, the new Savage 110 Wolverine offers both precision and power for deer, bears and hogs. The 110 Wolverine’s AccuFit system allows shooters to easily tailor the length-of-pull and comb height for a perfect fit, while also featuring the user-adjustable AccuTrigger. Together with the AccuStock, which secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length, the rifle provides custom fit and function—right out of the box. 

Other key features of the 110 Wolverine include a 5-round Magpul AICS magazine and 18” carbon steel heavy barrel complete with a ported muzzle brake and 11/16-24 threading. A one-piece rail mounted on the receiver makes the rifle easy to set up specific to each shooter.

Part No. / Description / MSRP
57140 / 450 Bushmaster, 18" barrel / $899

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Additional Reading:
Tested: Savage Arms A22 .22 Long Rifle 
Savage Arms Adds A22 .22 LR Semi-automatic Rimfire
Savage Unveils the AccuFit System



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