Gun Profile: Savage Arms 110 Precision


We got to check out the 110 Precision from Savage Arms, a gun that's name is about as literal as it gets.

The Savage 110 Precision is a long range bolt action rifle that, from the custom stock to the barrel to the trigger, to the muzzle break, was created with enhanced accuracy in mind.

At the heart of the performance features is the Savage factory-blueprinted action. It's basically a joining together of components so that the action and the bore are in perfect alignment. We're talking tight tolerances, gunsmith level stuff. You're getting a match-grade set of custom components, and even more custom shop style parts as you look further.

The skeletonized stock, known as the MDT LSS XL Chassis, was designed by Modular Driven Technologies and includes a fully adjustable comb height and length of pull. If you're gonna shoot a precision rifle, you might as well shoot one that fits you, and an adjustable stock is the way to make it happen. It's finished with an FDE Cerakote, and that flat dark earth tone does this gun well.

There's a 20 MOA 1 piece EGW rail for optics, a matte black, 20-inch, carbon steel barrel, and a BA muzzle brake. The overall length is either 38.5 or 39.5 inches. It has a reasonable barrel length and a slightly short action, making this gun an instant add to your wish list.

Then, if you take a look at the trigger, you'll recognize that it's Savage's user-adjustable AccuTrigger, their innovative two-piece trigger that works wonders for accuracy.

The centerfire 110 Precision shoots long range ammo in calibers like the 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 Winchester, 300 Win Mag, 300 PRC, or 338 Lapua. It holds 10 rounds in an AICS Magazine.

If you want a gun with a lifetime of elite precision, and want to accomplish the sort of long range shooting that you only thought was possible with a custom rifle you spend a boatload of money on, the Savage 110 Precision is the gun to put at the top of your list. It has an MSRP of $1,499, and you can find out plenty more at