Savage Arms’ 110 Lightweight Storm is designed to tackle gnarly weather conditions, according to the gun maker who said the rifle can stand up to the worst weather conditions.
Featuring a stainless steel action and 20-inch barrel, the 110 Storm offers a lightweight design tipping scales at 5.65-pounds. The detachable box magazine style rifle allows users to easily customize length-of-pull to fit comfortably while shooting.
The 110 Lightweight Storm is packed with features to include a spiral-fluted bolt, rugged synthetic stock and skeletonized receiver. As with most Savage rifles, the 110 Lightweight Storm also includes the company’s user-adjustable AccuTrigger. The AccuTrigger delivers a light yet crisp pull to shooters. Built on Savage’s 110 platform, the company says the rifle is time tested but with a modern design and “improved ergonomics.”
Boasting a range of calibers to include .223 Rem, 7mm-08, .308 Win, .243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, and .270 Win the 110 Lightweight Storm is currently on its way to dealer with a MSRP of $749.