Gun Review: AccuFit makes the Savage 110 Predator a go to rifle (VIDEO)
By Kristin Alberts
Savage Arms has always found a way to wow the market with affordable, myriad options in rifles. What’s new for 2018 is actually two-fold: 16 new additions to the 110 lineup, including the Predator model, and second, and most special for the company, the AccuFit stock system. Guns.com finds out if the setup lives up to its potential.
Though there were plenty of new offerings not only from Savage, but also from parent company Vista Outdoor holdings, it was the AccuFit stock system that drew the most attention during Industry Day on the Range during this year’s SHOT Show. The AccuFit stock is actually a series of interchangeable inserts that allow the shooter to customize both length of pull and comb height. The result is a gun that is essentially custom fit to that user.
Our 110 Predator came with five comb adapters and four spacers for LOP adjustment. Swapping is done simply by removing the rubber buttpad. The comb adjusters snap into place, while the LOP spacers attach using different length provided screws. The AccuFit system is already available on at least ten models, and we fully expect it to make its way to many more.
As if AccuFit is not enough