Posted January 11, 2018 2:00 pm by Comments

By Chris Eger

As part of their updated AccuFit line of Model 110 offerings, Savage has something for sportsmen looking to take advantage of new straight-walled rifle seasons.
Billed as capable of taking on bear, deer, and hogs, the Wolverine is chambered for .450 Bushmaster, a pill that is increasingly popular with hunters in the Midwest. Featuring Savage’s new AccuFit enhancements that allow users to customize a precise fit for better accuracy and comfort, the bolt-gun is black on black with 5 comb risers and 4 length of pull inserts.
Other features include a detachable Magpul AICS magazine and user-adjustable AccuTrigger. The button-rifled 18-inch heavy barrel ends with a beefy ported muzzle brake and 11/16-24 threading.
The big Bushmaster thumper has been around for a minute but recent changes in state hunting regulations– for example in Michigan, you know, the Wolverine State– have sparked a robust interest in the use of more modern straight-walled cartridges such as the .450BM.
Retail on the Wolverine is $899, suggested.
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