Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

$400.00

Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

(3 customer reviews)

$400.00

.243 Winchester
57010
Bolt

Sale

$499.97$569.99
Barrel Length
22″
Hand
Right
Finish
Blued
Stock Color
Black Synthetic Adjustable
Round Capacity
4 + 1
Gun Weight
8.5 lbs.
.270 Winchester
57028
Bolt

Sale

$499.97$569.99
Barrel Length
22″
Hand
Right
Finish
Blued
Stock Color
Black Synthetic Adjustable
Round Capacity
4 + 1
Gun Weight
8.5 lbs.
6.5 Creedmoor
57011
Bolt

Sale

$499.97$569.99
Barrel Length
22″
Hand
Right
Finish
Blued
Stock Color
Black Synthetic Adjustable
Round Capacity
4 + 1
Gun Weight
8.5 lbs.
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Description

DESCRIPTION

The Savage® 110 Engage Hunter XP Bolt-Action Rifle comes ready for action with a factory-mounted and bore-sighted Bushnell® Engage™ 3-9x40mm scope. The 110 Engage Hunter model comes with a rugged synthetic stock that adjusts for length-of-pull. Savage’s AccuTrigger® is user adjustable to obtain a light, crisp release with no creep; and a lever mounted within the trigger body blocks the sear unless the trigger is intentionally pressed in the center, minimizing the risk of accidental discharge. The basic bolt design assures that the locking lugs fully contact the receiver, holding the headspace to a minimum every time the bolt is locked. The tight headspace contributes to the excellent accuracy Savage rifles are known for. The matte-blued, sporter-weight, carbon steel barrel features precision button-rifling. A 3-position receiver tang safety is easy to reach with the shooter’s thumb, and allows the rifle to be loaded and unloaded in the safe position. The Savage 110 Hunter Engage XP Bolt-Action Rifle uses a detachable magazine to provide quick and safe reloading and unloading.Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

Savage  110 Engage Hunter XP

By ALEX LUFFO FROM gunsdiscreetsupplies.com

SAVAGE’S NEW 110 ENGAGE HUNTER XP RIFLE COMBINES THE PROVEN 110 PLATFORM WITH A FACTORY-MOUNTED, BORE-SIGHTED BUSHNELL ENGAGE RIFLESCOPE.

Smith and Wesson engineered the SD9VE to be self-sufficient in the sense that accessorizing it would be superfluous. It’s meant to be small and concealable, so adding attachments only takes away from its ideal usage. The main accessory that I recommend buying is a quality holster. There are plenty of companies out there that manufacture worthwhile holsters, but I’d take a look at Fobus and DeSantis first. They are reliable companies with great reputations.

Buying an extra magazine from S&W could empty your pockets, but that’s mitigated by the fact that each SDVE comes with two mags out of the box. If you’re partial to accessories, don’t forget that these pistols are built with Picatinny rails, so adding lasers, lights, sights/scopes is still an option. The only accessory that is a must is a tactical spring kit to fix that damn trigger, go out and buy one; even before you shoot your SDVE.

2018 Update

2018 has been a relatively quiet year for S&W, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t make a few nice additions to their catalog. Regarding the SDVE series, Smith & Wesson now offers several models outfitted with HI-VIZ fiber optic sights. When it comes to fiber optic sights, few companies have proven their excellence quite like HIViz. Their new and improved LITEWAVE technology promises increased durability and enhanced visibility – in other words, these aren’t just any ordinary fiber optics!

Conclusion

Overall, Smith and Wesson did a great job with the SDVE Series. With over 150 years of experience, Smith and Wesson has made yet another reliable semi-automatic handgun that can offer a sense of security to its owner. Although it was designed to be an evolution of prior guns that failed, it’s still not perfect. But for a budget handgun, you’re getting a great gun for the price. It has superb handling, decent accuracy, great aesthetics and components, and is American-made. The SDVE is surprisingly fun to shoot and a pleasure to own. If you’re looking to beef up your home security or looking for another concealable carry weapon, you should definitely consider the SDVE Series.

Savage Arms has unleashed a ton of new products thus far in 2018 including the 110 Engage Hunter XP rifle. Designed for hunters and other serious shooters, the rifle is ready to rock right out of the box. It combines the company’s Model 110 platform with a factory-mounted, bore-sighted Bushnell Engage riflescope.

The 110 Engage Hunter XP is available in 16 different calibers, including 243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, 7mm-08 Rem., 260 Rem., 308 Win., 270 WSM, 300 WSM, 338 Federal, 25-06 Rem., 270 Win., 6.5X284 Norma, 30-06 Sprg., 7mm Rem. Mag, 300 Win Mag., 338 Win. Mag. and 280 Ackley Improved. Barrel length is 22 or 24 inches depending on the caliber.

Meanwhile, length of pull is customizable for comfort and consistency, and the AccuTrigger offers a light, crisp pull. The rifle also sports improved ergonomics which cull improved accuracy from its 110 action, floating bolt head, and thread-in, zero-tolerance headspace system, “while the optic’s drop-compensating reticle makes it easier to place precise shots at longer ranges,” the press release says.

Shipping out with a detachable box magazine, the MSRP on the 110 Engage Hunter XP is $629. See the breakdown of features and specs below, along with a video. For more, visit savagearms.com.

110 Engage Hunter XP Features

110 Engage Hunter XP Specs

  • Calibers: 243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, 7mm-08 Rem., 260 Rem., 308 Win., 270 WSM, 300 WSM, 338 Federal, 25-06 Rem., 270 Win., 6.5X284 Norma, 30-06 Sprg., 7mm Rem. Mag., 300 Win Mag, 338 Win. Mag. and 280 Ackley Improved
  • OAL: 42.6″ – 45.6″
  • Barrel Length: 22-24″
  • Weight: 7.25 – 8.25 lbs.
  • Round Capacity: 2-4
  • Length of Pull: 13.8″

Savage Arms delivers more bang for the buck, introducing the field-ready Engage Hunter XP rifle and optics package.

Utilizing the Model 110 platform, the Engage Hunter XP ships with a factory-mounted, bore-sighted Bushnell Engage 3-9x40mm scope with drop-compensating reticle. Bushnell’s scope is mounted using Weaver Grand Slam rings and bases.

Available in a bevy of calibers to include .243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win and 25-06 Rem, the rifle itself offers an adjustable length of pull in addition to Savage’s adjustable AccuTrigger. The long gun features a matte blued barrel paired with a black synthetic stock as well as a detachable box magazine.Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

Savage says the rifle paired with the Bushnell optic provides a solid platform for hunters looking for that all inclusive package.

“The rifle’s improved ergonomics get even more accuracy from its legendary 110 action, floating bolt head, and thread-in, zero-tolerance headspace system, while the optic’s drop-compensating reticle makes it easier to place precise shots at longer ranges,”Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

3 reviews for Savage 110 Engage Hunter XP

  1. Burj97 ·

    67 years old & it’s the first new rifle I bought for myself. It’s a great package & accurate right out of the box. It was highly recommended by a friend that I totally trust. Best purchase I could of made for myself.

  2. Moezie mostty

    Great, actuate rifle for the money
    Bought this a few months back now in 30-06. Immediately out to the range and sighted in. Next couple weeks back to the range when I could to break it in and get a feel for it, and was impressed it reached out 580yds no problem. I personally like the scope, find it quick and easy to change targets and adjust hold accordingly.
    As for the magazine issue, it’s tight at first but after working it in no problems to be said. Same goes for the bolt, little bit of a catch at first if you don’t manhandle it, but after a couple boxes it breaks in nicely. Stock is decent for a cheaper polymer ones, especially if you compare to the really low budget rifles, same for the recoil pad.

    All in all I’d say for the price it’s got a lot going for it, accuracy is great, scope is pretty good, length of pull adjustment is nice. All for under $1000, very happy with my purchase.

  3. cam 792

    Incredible Package!!
    I took this Riffle to the range last week end to Sight it in. Got it close at 50 yrds and moved on. got it on the money @ 100 yrds using one MOA High. set up at 200, First shoot Bulls eye, every one had too come check it out LOL, the next 2 shoots cut the same hole. :0) That’s incredible for a Bargain Rifle package!!

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