The new Savage Arms High Country bolt-action maximizes accuracy with its Model 110 receiver secured three-dimensionally along its entire length within an exclusive Savage AccuStock chassis. More Savage exclusive features include the AccuFit system, which lets hunters set length of pull and comb height, and an AccuTrigger, which also is user-adjustable. Other features include a spiral-fluted barrel with a threaded muzzle, detachable box magazine and three-position safety. The 110 High Country is available in 6.5 Creedmoor, one of the hottest-selling cartridges today, along with 10 other standard and magnum calibers. MSRP: $1,129; savagearms.com.
Video: Savage Model 110 High Country
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