New for 2024: Savage 110 Magpul Scout

posted on January 12, 2024
Savage 110 Magpul Scout Lead

Savage Arms has announced the introduction of its new 110 Magpul Scout. It features an updated iron sight system, full-length extended Picatinny rail and Magpul Hunter Stock, and is engineered to perform in any environment from hunting to target shooting or tactical applications.

Savage 110 Magpul Scout rifle in flat dark earth, full length facing right.

“We’re thrilled to unveil this latest innovation of the Savage Arms lineup,” said Savage Arms Director of Marketing Beth Shimanski. “The 110 Magpul Scout is designed to embody versatility and precision. It’s the firearm of choice for shooters that are looking for adaptability while maintaining top of the line accuracy and precision.” 

Savage 110 Magpul Scout rifle action and trigger.

Magpul stocks are well known for exceptional grip that produces rapid, accurate target acquisition. The 110 Magpul Scout and its Magpul Hunter Stock with aluminum bedding block provides the user with consistent, long-lasting performance across various shooting conditions.

Technical Specifications:
• 16½-inch matte-black button-rifles barrel with muzzle brake and adjustable iron sights
• Integrated and removable rear peep sights
• Fully adjustable front sight post for elevation, utilizing standard AR-style front sight posts
• Magpul Hunter Stock with aluminum bedding block, fully adjustable length of pull (13-15”)
• M-LOK slots on fore-end sides and bottom for various mounting options
• 10-round AICS-style detachable box magazine (four rounds for 450 Bushmaster)
• 1.5-4 lb. user adjustable AccuTrigger
• Available in Black, FDE, right- or left-handed configurations
• Three-position tang safety
• Full length extended Scout-style rail

The 110 Magpul Scout has an MSRP of $1,099 and is chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester and 450 Bushmaster. For more information, visit


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