Savage Arms Announces Long-Range Chassis Rifles

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posted on January 5, 2017
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Savage Arms has partnered with Ashbury Precision Ordnance and Drake Associates to develop a lineup of tack-driving “chassis-style” rifles designed for serious shooters interested in testing their limits—whether that means extending their effective range from 100 to 300 yards, or joining the exclusive “one-mile club.”

The Model 10 and Model 110 Stealth rifles represent lighter, more compact additions to Savage’s popular long-range BA family. Both feature a factory-blueprinted Model 10/110 barreled action, which is machined from a solid aluminum billet and married to a custom version of the Drake Hunter/Stalker monolithic chassis, which was tailored to fit Savage’s specifications.




Both versions of the BA Stealth offer an M-LOK fore-end and Picatinny rail for easy configuration. And, like the Model 10 Savage Ashbury Precision Rifle, they also feature Savage’s adjustable AccuTrigger system. The proprietary technology allows shooters to quickly and easily dial in the exact amount of trigger pull to match their personal taste, resulting in a crisp, clean, light pull without having to pay a gunsmith to perform the modifications.

Available chambered in 300 Win. Mag. and .338 Lapua Mag., the long-action Model 110 BA Stealth sports a 5/8 x 24 threaded muzzle with brake, Drake one-piece long scope rail and Fab Defense GLR-16 six-position buttstock with adjustable cheek riser.

The short-action Model 10 BA Stealth is available in .308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor options. It features a 5/8 x 24 threaded muzzle with protector, EGW one-piece scope rail and Fab Defense GL-SHOCK six-position, shock-absorbing buttstock with adjustable cheek.

Additionally, both chamberings of the Model 110 BA Stealth tip the scale at 11.15 lbs. (which is light relative to an original Model 110 BA that weighs in at 15 lbs.) Both the .300 Win. Mag. and .338 Lapua are 49" long and feature a 24" barrel. The Model 10 BA Stealth is a bit lighter, weighing in at just 9.2 lbs. The .308 Win. version measures 42¼" long overall, including its 20" barrel, while the 6.5 Creedmoor option has a 24" barrel and spans 45¼".

The Model 10 Savage Ashbury Precision Rifle is built to excel at recreational shooting, hunting and tactical competition.

Available chambered in 308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor, it features a factory-blueprinted Model 10 barreled action paired with Ashbury’s new Saber Modular Rifle Chassis System (MRCS-AR) folding chassis.

The modular, upgradeable and reconfigurable chassis features a double-locking, folding shoulder stock, along with an octagonal aluminum hand guard with M-LOK attachment system. The Model 10 Savage Ashbury Precision Rifle also features a Magpul MOE pistol grip and buttstock, 24" barrel with 5/8 x 24 threaded muzzle, and includes one Magpul PMAG AICS 10-round detachable magazine. In addition, it weighs 9.85 lbs. and has a 34¾" overall length (with side-folded buttstock), measures 43 3/8" with fully collapsed buttstock, and stretches out to 46 5/8" with the buttstock fully extended.

Collectively, the Model 10/110 BA Stealth and Model 10 Savage Ashbury Precision Rifle offer serious long-range shooters exciting new options for extending their downrange reach while enjoying both practical and tactical long-range performance.

For more information, please visit savagearms.com.

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