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Savage Arms 110 Elite Precision Available as Left-Handed Version -The Firearm Blog

Savage Arms has expanded their left-handed options to include the 110 Elite Precision rifle.

Southpaw shooters, do you often feel left out? Neglected? Forgotten? It’s understandable since the vast majority of firearms (as well as pretty much everything else in the world) are designed to cater to right-handed people. Given that left-handers only make up approximately ten percent of the human population, the reasons for this manufacturing disparity are pretty obvious, and largely understandable. However, with roughly 7.8 billion people on the planet, that ten percent is still 780 million lefties, many of whom would probably love to see more options made for their particular dexterity dominance. A few gun companies have heard that call, such as Stag Arms, who produce flip-sided ARs. On the precision long-range side of the house, Savage Arms is another outfit that offers mirrored versions of some of their models. One such long gun getting the southpaw treatment is Savage’s 110 Elite Precision rifle, which enjoys a user-adjustable “Accu-Trigger” and a chassis from Modular Driven Technologies.

The 110 Elite Precision's fact sheet provides some key data.

The 110 Elite Precision’s fact sheet provides some key data.

 

Savage’s official product descriptions reads:

110 ELITE PRECISION LEFT HAND

The 110 Elite Precision is the pinnacle of Savage designs and is now offered in a left hand configuration for southpaw shooters. We’ve begun with the time tested Model 110 action and then rethought every aspect of the rifle. The overhaul includes all of the upgrades demanding shooters make to their long range tack drivers. The 110 Elite Precision has an Adjustable Core Competition chassis from Modular Driven Technologies (MDT). From its full length ARCA rail to its titanium nitride coatings, this is a rifle built for a lifetime of Elite Precision.

Features

  • Left Hand Configuration
  • 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 4 lb user adjustable AccuTrigger
  • Self timing taper aligned muzzlebrake short action calibers only
  • MDT Vertical Grip and AICS magazine
Savage bills the upgraded rifle as a "tack driver".

Savage bills the upgraded rifle as a “tack driver”.

Offering the 110 Elite Precision in 300WM, .223 Rem, 300 PRC, .308 Win, .338 Lapua, 6.5 Creedmoor, and 6mm Creedmoor, Savage has a healthy number of options for you left-handed ten percent out there. Let’s hear from you! Do you already own other left-handed guns? Have you opted to stick with right-handed firearms and just adjust your body mechanics to accommodate? Will you be giving this new Savage bolt-action a try? Let us know in the comments! See you at the range.


Photos courtesy of Savage Arms.

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