First Look: Savage Arms Model 10/110 BA Stealth Left-Hand

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posted on August 31, 2017
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Left-handed shooters now have a new factory rifle option from Savage Arms in the form of the Model 10/110 BA Stealth Chassis Rifle. The company announced that multiple left-handed models will be available in popular chamberings for southpaw shooters.

The Savage Arms Model 10/110 BA Stealth is one of the latest introductions from the company's BA lineup, designed to provide long-range shooters with a lightweight rifle with the same level of precision as the company's heavyweight bench rifles.

The new left-hand models of the Savage 10/110 BA Stealth is built on the company's tried-and-true factory-blueprinted barreled action, which is matched up to a custom Drake Hunter/Stalker chassis. The chassis features a number of Savage-only modifications designed to provide shooters with high-end precision-rifle qualities in an affordable platform.

The chassis is machined from a solid piece of aluminum billet and includes built-in M-Lok-compatible fore-end slots that allow users to add accessories. The chassis also features Picatinny-rail sections for bipods and other common attachments.

The barrel on all Model 10/110 BA Stealth rifles features a threaded muzzle with a 5/8x24 TPI thread pitch that is compatible with most suppressors on the market, as well as a wide number of muzzle devices designed to reduce recoil.

Atop the action, users will find a one-piece rail designed for optics mounting made by EGW. The chassis is also equipped with a GL-Shock collapsible butt stock from FAB Defense. The stock features shock-absorbing technology that aims to reduce felt recoil and also provides a number of adjustments, giving shooters a custom fit for a more comfortable shooting experience.

Left-hand models of the Model 10/110 BA Stealth are available in .223 Rem., .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor, .338 Lapua Mag., and .300 Win. Mag. The suggested retail price on the rifle starts at $1,207.

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