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Savage SV110 UL
6.5 Creedmoor
22" Proof Carbon Fiber BBl.
Sprial Fluted Bolt
Accu Trigger (Adjustable)
One (1) mag


SV110UL (6.5CR) SPECIFICATIONS:
MANUFACTURER: Savage Arms
FAMILY: 10 / 110 Rifle Series
MODEL: 110 Ultralite
ACTION: Bolt Action
CALIBER/GAUGE: 6.5 Creedmoor
FINISH: Melonite Blued Finish
STOCK: Synthetic Stock
STOCK/GRIPS: Grey Synthetic With AccuFit
BARREL: 22"
OVERALL LENGTH: 42.5"
RATE-OF-TWIST: 1-in-8
CAPACITY: 4 + 1
# OF MAGAZINES: 1
MAG DESCRIPTION: 4 rd. Detachable Box
SIGHTS: No Sights
THREAD PATTERN: 5/8x24
SPECIAL: Threaded Barrel Model
WEIGHT: 5.8 lbs.
SHIPPING WEIGHT: 9.2 lbs.
SAFETY FEATURES: 3 Position Top Tang
RECEIVER: Skeletonized Stainless Steel
ADDL INFO: Spiral-Fluted Bolt
ADDL INFO: Adjustable Accutrigger
ADDL INFO: Proof Carbon Fiber Barrel
MFG MODEL NO: 57578

$1265.00 + NICS & tax

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Cal. Avail.:    .27 WIN, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, 30-06  & .300WSM

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