The Savage 110 Trail Hunter

When you plan a trip to go hunting – the rifle you pick can make all the difference between a great trip and a disappointing one.  For me, being able to put the bullet exactly where you want it is top priority. I recently filmed a video testing the new Savage 110 Trail Hunter and was able to get one of the best groupings I have ever done in my life – 0.2 inches at 100 yards.  That size grouping is what will give you confidence when you are out in the field hunting. 

Another factor at the top of my list is PRICE.  I have proven time and time again that you do not have to spend a ton of money in order to get a great shooting rifle.  The Savage 110 Trail Hunter comes in with an MSRP of only $639. As I write this blog I am finding this rifle for just over $500 at several popular online stores.

The Savage 110 Trail Hunter is built on the now famous Savage 110 action, known for its great accuracy straight out of the box. The 110 Trail hunter has all the key features that most are looking for:

  • Tungsten Cerakoted barreled action
  • Hogue Overmolded rifle stock in OD Green
  • Button rifled barrel
  • Threaded, medium heavy barrel
  • 2 sling swivel studs
  • 2-piece Weaver style bases
  • 2.5-6 lb. user-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • Detachable box magazine
  • 3 position tang safety

A bonus with the Savage 110 Trail Hunter is its wide chambering offerings.  Last I checked it can be found in fourteen of the most hunting cartridges including .308 Winchester, .270 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, and even 6.5 PRC and 7mm PRC. Because of its wide array of cartridge offerings, this rifle is capable of taking down a wide range of game, from deer and elk to coyotes and varmints. 

In conclusion, the Savage 110 Trail Hunter is right up my alley when it comes to the type of rifle I absolutely love.  It has tons of features, impressive precision, at a great price. Stay tuned for more footage of the Savage 110 Trail Hunter coming soon.  If all goes as planned I hope to have this thing with me in the deer woods for this upcoming season.

If you are looking for a new hunting rifle or range rifle that doesn’t hurt your wallet too much – the Savage 110 Trail Hunter may be the one for you.

Ammo I used in my review – Remington Core-Lokt Tipped 6.5cm 129gr


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