Savage Announces the 110 APEX Hunter XP Rifle

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posted on April 16, 2019
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Savage has introduced the ready-to-hunt 110 APEX Hunter XP, which pairs a Model 110 rifle with a 3-9x40 mm Vortex Crossfire II scope, and comes mounted and bore-sighted. The 110 APEX Hunter XP features an AccuTrigger, adjustable length-of-pull, thread-in headspacing, a floating bolt head and a precision button-rifled barrel.

Topside, the Crossfire II scope boasts a Dead-Hold BDC reticle, securely mounted to a one-piece EGW 0-m.o.a. rail. The rifle feeds via detachable box magazine, is available in right- and left-hand models and can be ordered with a Muddy Girl Camo stock. An edition with a stainless-steel receiver and barrel is also available, termed the APEX Storm XP.

For more information on the Savage 110 APEX Hunter XP, please visit savagearms.com.

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