Savage Arms Launches Ashbury Precision Rifle

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posted on January 18, 2017
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Savage Arms paired up with Ashbury Precision Ordnance to build on the company's line of chassis-style long-range precision rifles. The result was the Model 10 Ashbury Precision Rifle.

The new model, designed for shooting, hunting or tactical competition, is built from a factory-blueprinted Model 10 barreled action that is paried up with the APO Saber MRCS-AR folding chassis, which allows users to fold the stock for compact carry and storage. The gun also comes with an adjustable Savage AccuTrigger.

Other features of the new Model 10 Ashbury Precision Rifle include an octagonal aluminum handguard that is compatible with all M-LOK-capable accessories. The chassis features a Magpul MOE pistol grip and buttstock, and a single Magpul PMAG AICS 5-round magazine is included with the gun.

The guns features a 24-inch barrel with a threaded muzzle featuring a 5/8-24 TPI thread pitch. The Ashbury Precision Rifle weighs in at 9.85 pounds and features an overall length of 34.75 inches with the stock folded. With the stock in place, the rifle measures 43.37 inches in length, and the adjustable MOE stock can extend out to a full 46.62 inches.

The Model 10 Ashbury Precision Rifle comes in either .308 Win. or 6.5 Creedmoor and retails at a suggested price of $1,799.


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