Savage Making Run of 125th Anniversary Model 110 Rifles (VIDEO)

Engraved and accented, Savage’s limited-edition Model 110 collector’s rifle is celebrating the historic gun maker’s 125th anniversary. Capped at just 1,894 rifles in the series, the guns will be built in Savage’s special order shop throughout 2019.

The company stresses that orders will take 16 to 20 weeks to complete due to the custom nature of the work. Using a series 110 bolt action, the rifle is fitted to a walnut Monte Carlo stock and has engravings on the receiver, grip cap, and bottom metal. The guns come standard with a carbon steel barreled action that is drilled and tapped receiver, a 22-inch button-rifled barrel, and user-adjustable AccuTrigger.

The guns are extensively engraved. (Photos: Savage)

Weighing in at about 7.5-pounds, these limited edition rifles will be offered in .243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, .250 Savage, .300 Savage, and .308 Win, each with a 4+1 round detachable box magazine.

Wood on on Savage 110 125th anniversary gun

Each uses American black walnut furniture.

Price on each is set at $1,499. For a beautiful 110 that still sports a hardwood stock but without the custom embellishments, there is also the more standard Trophy Hunter series, which runs about $590.

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