Savage Adds Left-Handed Models To Precision Series

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posted on July 20, 2020
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With a long tradition of supporting southpaw shooters, it's no surprise that Savage Arms has announced new left-handed models in its line of Precision Series rifles. These new Model 110 Elite Precisions and 110 Precisions will be available this summer.

110 ELITE PRECISION LEFT HAND
Savage Arms 110 Elite Precision Left Hand. $1,999 to $2,149.


The original 110 Elite Precision is already a fantastic off-the-shelf rifle and the new 110 Elite Precision Left Hand version should prove to live up to the first model's stellar reputation. The Model 110 factory blueprinted action rides in an Adjustable Core Competition chassis from Modular Driven Technologies (MDT). Additional features include an ARCA rail along the entire length of the chassis, stainless-steel flash nitride target receiver and titanium nitride bolt body. Savage's renowned Accu-Trigger is present and adjustable from 1.5 to 4 pounds. An MDT vertical grip and included AICS magazine complete the package. Available calibers are .223 Rem., .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor, 6mm Creedmoor, .300 Win. Mag., 300 PRC and .338 Lapua. Pricing ranges from $1,999 to $2,149, depending on the model.

110 PRECISION LEFT HAND
Savage Arms 110 Precision Left Hand. $1,499


Savage Arms new 110 Precision Left Hand pairs the company's 110 action with a LSS XL chassis from MDT (flat dark earth). As to be expected, this skeletonized stock is fully customizable, including adjustable comb height, length-of-pull and the Savage Accu-Trigger. Aluminum framed, it also includes a factory blueprinted action, matte black carbon steel heavy barrel, 20 MOA 1-piece EGW rail, BA muzzle brake and one included AICS magazine. The Savage 110 Precision Left Hand comes in five calibers: .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 Win. Mag., .338 Lapua and 300 PRC. All five are reasonably priced with a MSRP of $1,499.

Learn more at savagearms.com.


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