Savage Arms 110 Apex Storm XP 223 Rem 4 Round Bolt Action Centerfire Rifle, Sporter - 57340
Weight: 7.67 lb
Hand Orientation: Right
Caliber Multi: .223 Remington
Firearm Action: Bolt
Firearm Type: Rifle
Magazine Capacity: 4
Firearm Barrel Length: 20"
Length of Pull: 12-3/4" to 13-3/4"
Trigger Type: AccuTrigger
Firearm Stock: Sporter
Twist Rate: 1:9"
Series/Collection: 110 Apex Storm XP
Barrel Type: Sporter
Barrel Material: Stainless Steel
Magazine Type: Detachable Box
Barrel Finish: Matte Natural
Receiver Material: Stainless Steel
Receiver Finish: Matte Natural
Special Features: With 3-9x40mm Vortex Crossfire II Scope
The complete package is finally here, and it's ready for anything nature can dish out. Our Apex Storm XP pairs a Model 110 rifle with a 3-9x40mm Vortex Crossfire II scope that comes mounted, bore-sighted and ready to hunt. The platform provides accuracy and adjustability like no other package rifle thanks to the Savage AccuTrigger, thread-in headspacing, floating bolt head and button-rifled stainless steel barrel. Plus, its length-of-pull can be easily adjusted to fit any hunter for better comfort and consistency. The Crossfire II's Dead-Hold BDC reticle makes it easy to place accurate shots at extended range, and the optic is securely mounted to a 1-piece EGW 0 MOA rail.
- Redesigned model 110 rifle
- Button-rifled stainless steel barrel
- 3-9x40 mm Vortex Crossfire II scope, mounted and bore-sighted
- Dead-hold BDC reticle's hashmark design reduces guesswork on holdover and windage
- Vortex hunter medium rings and 1-piece EGW 0 MOA rail
- User-adjustable AccuTrigger
- Adjustable length of pull
- Modern ergonomics
Q & A
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.