Savage introduced the AccuFit stock at SHOT Show earlier this year, and the company shows no signs of slowing down with the rollout of this new system. The latest fit is in the 110 Tactical line, where the AccuFit system has been adapted for the 110 Tactical, 110 Tactical LH (left hand) and 110 Desert model of rifles. Whether you're going for bragging rights on the tightest group at 100 yards or ringing steel at 1,000 yards, the 110 Tactical line has the adjustability to fit you, chamberings to get the job done and an out-of-the-box trigger that's up to the task.
Available in three different chamberings (.308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor and 6 mm Creedmoor) and three barrel lengths (20, 24, and 26 inches), all models feature suppressor-ready, threaded heavy barrels, one-piece scope rails and 10-round, AICS-style detachable box magazines. The AccuFit system allows shooters to rapidly adjust comb height and length-of-pull, and the 110 Tactical models come with the user-adjustable AccuTrigger, which can be adjusted from a 6-pound pull all the way down to a 1.5-pound pull.
The AccuFit system contains four separate spacers for length-of-pull, allowing users to perfectly match the rifle's length-of-pull to their body dimensions. Similarly, five different cheek pieces allow the stock comb to be increased in .125-inch increments for a custom-fit cheek weld. The spacers are lightweight so that even with all length-of-pull spacers and the tallest cheekpiece installed, the balance of the rifle is not significantly altered. It's a smooth and simple solution to custom-tailor a rifle to a shooter's precise dimensions.
Other features include a 20 MOA EGW rail, gray and flat dark earth synthetic stocks, soft grip fore-end and pistol grip surfaces and tactical, oversize bolt handles. Overall lengths vary from 43.25 to 46.5 inches, weights range from 8 pounds, 10 ounces to 8 pounds, 14 ounces and MSRPs are $769 for the 110 Tactical Desert model and $784 for the 110 Tactical and 110 Tactical LH models.