Savage Arms brings more options to left-handed long-range shooters, unveiling two new rifle models in its Precision Series geared towards southpaws.
The Model 110 Precision and 110 Elite Precision both use Savage’s 110 action, but with controls to accommodate lefties. The Model 110 Precision Left-Hand opts for an LSS XL chassis, created by Modular Driven Technologies, with a fully customizable design to include adjustable comb height and length of pull. Additionally, this platform features a 20 MOA 1-piece EGW rail and BA Muzzlebrake.
The 110 Elite Precision Left-Hand delivers an Adjustable Core Competition chassis by Modular Driven Technologies to long-range shooters. This model sports a few elevated features like a full-length ARCA rail, Titanium Nitride bolt body, and self-timing taper aligned muzzlebrake.
Both bolt-action rifles offer Savage’s user-adjustable AccuTrigger.
“Savage has built an extensive catalog of left-handed firearms, quite possibly the largest in the industry.” Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing for Savage Arms, said in a news release. “Our customers come to expect it from us and these new Precision rifles once again demonstrate our commitment to serving all of our customers, equally.”
Both models come chambered in .308 Win, 300 Win Mag., 338 Lapua, .300 PRC, and 6.5 Creedmoor, while the Elite Precision model goes a step further, providing 6mm Creedmoor and .223 Rem as caliber options.
Shipping later this summer, the Elite Precision starts at $1,999 while the 110 Precision is priced at $1,499.