First Look: Savage 110 Precision Rifle in Left-Hand Models

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posted on July 24, 2020
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Savage Arms has a long tradition of producing left-handed models of its popular bolt-action rifles, and now it is debuting left-handed models of its dynamic and affordable Precision Series rifles. New Model 110 Elite Precisions and 110 Precisions will be available this summer, making precision long-range shooting accessible to any left-handed marksman.

“Savage has built an extensive catalog of left-handed firearms, quite possibly the largest in the industry,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing for Savage Arms. “Our customers come to expect it from us and these new Precision rifles once again demonstrate our commitment to serving all of our customers, equally.”

The 110 Elite Precision has changed the way shooters think of off-the-shelf rifles. The Model 110 action rides in an Adjustable Core Competition chassis from Modular Driven Technologies (MDT). From its full-length ARCA rail to its nitride coatings, this is a rifle built for a lifetime of Elite Precision.

The 110 Precision pairs Savage’s legendary 110 action with a LSS XL chassis designed by the accuracy experts at MDT. The 110 Precision is fully customizable. From the adjustable comb height and length of pull, to the capabilities of its AccuTrigger, this aluminum-framed rifle is built for long-range accuracy and uncompromising performance.

Savage 110 Elite Precision Features

  • Savage factory blueprinted action
  • MDT ACC aluminum chassis with fully adjustable stock
  • ARCA Rail along the entire length of the chassis
  • Stainless steel, flash nitride target receiver
  • Titanium Nitride bolt body
  • 1.5- to 4-pound, user-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • Self-timing taper aligned muzzle brake (short-action calibers only)
  • MDT Vertical Grip and AICS magazine

 

The 110 Elite Precision is available with left-handed actions for the following calibers: .223 Rem., .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor, 6mm Creedmoor, .300 Win. Mag., 300 PRC and .338 Lapua Mag. 

MSRP for left-handed models of the Savage 110 Precision rifles start at $1,499, and more information on these rifles and other products from Savage Arms is available at savagearms.com.

 

 

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