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Savage Model 110E Centerfire Rifle

Item # UF103587214

Key Features

  • Action - Bolt Action

  • Caliber - .30-06 Sprg.

  • Barrel Length - 22"

  • Weight - 6.2 Lbs.

  • Sights - Fiber-Optic/Adjustable

Our Price   $299.99

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Product Description
savage_arms A mainstay of the Savage line, the Model 110 was developed in order to provide the hunting market with a strong and powerful yet light and economical rifle. While sometimes lacking in the looks department, 110 rifles are tough, well-designed, and accurate right out of the box. The reliable 110 action, used as the basis for the entire Savage line, uses a bolt with a plunger-type ejector passing through the bolt face. The 110's barrel is threaded into the receiver and fixed via a large locknut located just ahead of the receiver, with a recoil lug sandwiched between the two, a system that allows barrels to be changed or headspace to be adjusted relatively easily, making for an extremely accurate yet inexpensive rifle. A push feed-style floating bolt head comes standard. This rifle features a fiber-optic front sight, a Williams adjustable rear sight, and a tang-mounted safety. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.

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Specifications
Model Model 110E
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Bolt Action
Caliber .30-06 Sprg.
Barrel Length 22"
Weight 6.2 Lbs.
Sights Fiber-Optic/Adjustable
Finish: Stock Wood
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Safety Tang-Mounted
Capacity 3 + 1
Stock Condition Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 13-1/2"

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