Savage Arms recently announced its latest introduction to its legendary 110 line. The Savage 110 PCS (Pistol Chassis System) delivers a bolt-action pistol platform to the line. It includes all the features typical to the 110, in a highly-compact, truck-worthy package.
Savage 110 PCS Details
The 110 PCS comes with Savage’s famous AccuTrigger for a crisp, clean pull. The action utilizes a one-piece aluminum pistol chassis from Modular Driven Technologies (MDT). The system feeds via an AICS-style detachable box magazine. Ultimately, the 110 PCS comprises a compact bolt-action firearm capable of consistent long-range accuracy performance.
“The Model 110 has set the bar high for bolt-action rifles,” Jessica Treglia, Senior Brand Manager for Savage Arms. “Now the adaptability and performance that we see from our flagship rifle line is available in a pistol chassis system. Don’t let the 110 PCS’s diminutive size fool you—we’ve taken this gun out past 500 yards with reliable, repeatable accuracy.”
The 110 PCS comes in a variety of calibers. Chamberings include 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win., 350 Legend, 300 BLK and .223 Rem. Combined with a versatile list of ammo options, the 110 PCS comprises and interesting package. With a 10.5-inch barrel, and down to a 21.5-inch overall length, the 110 PCS should make for a great truck or pack gun. Lightweight and easy to stow, it should create a versatile arm able to meet a wide range of chores, from predator control to big-game hunting and more.
The 110 PCS retails for $999. For even more info, please visit savagearms.com.
Savage 110 PCS Features
- Carbon steel, matte black, barrel and receiver
- Medium-contour 10.5” barrel, with threaded muzzle (5/8-24)
- Machined aluminum, 1-piece chassis with 7” free floating modular forend with M-LOK™ slots
- 1-piece 0 MOA rail
- Left hand bolt, right hand ejection
- Spiral fluted bolt body
- 2.5-6 lb user-adjustable AccuTrigger
- Picatinny rail on rear of chassis
- Accepts most AR-15 pistol grips
- Barricade grooves milled into the front of the magazine well
- Ambidextrous magazine release and AICS Magazine
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