Savage Debuts New 110 Apex Predator XP Rifle

Savage’s newest 110 is a predator package rifle that is loaded with features (Photos: Savage)

Billed as the ticket for pesky carnivores, Savage‘s new 110 Apex Predator XP bolt-action rifle comes standard with Vortex glass and Mossy Oak camo.

With chamberings in a number of popular calibers to include .204 Ruger, .223 Rem .22-250, .243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor and .308, the Apex Predator XP is a redesigned Model 110 rifle that sports a carbon steel heavy threaded barrel. The 4-12x44mm Vortex Crossfire II scope is factory installed and bore-sighted on Vortex Hunter medium rings atop a one-piece EGW 0 MOA rail. The synthetic Mossy Oak camo stock can be adjusted for length-of-pull while the detachable box magazine offers a 4+1 capacity across the line.

Savage’s New 110 Apex Predator XP features

The 110 Apex Predator XP is loaded with features to include the factory-installed Vortex optics, a precision button-rifled heavy barrel that is suppressor-ready right out of the box, a detachable mag and a camo stock with length-of-pull inserts.

Other features include a user-adjustable AccuTrigger that offers two stages from 2.5- to 4-pounds. Barrel length on most models is 20-inches with the .243 and 6.5CM running 24-inches. Weight runs around 9-pounds. The series has an MSRP of $739 across the board, which isn’t bad when you consider the Crossfire II retails for about $220 by itself without rings.

Savage advises the 110 Apex Predator XP is currently shipping.

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