Evolving its Model 110 BA rifle, Savage introduces the 10/110 Stealth Evolution chassis rifle chambered in six popular long-range calibers: .223 Rem., 300 Win.Mag., .308 Win., .338 Lapua Mag., 6.5 Creedmoor and 6 Creedmoor. All versions are available in both left- and right-handed configurations.
The rifle boasts exceptional accuracy and performance, pairing a heavy fluted barrel with a monolithic aluminum chassis finished in rugged bronze.
“The 10/110 Stealth Evolution blends pinpoint precision and torture-tested toughness to beat the most challenging targets and conditions. Cerakote”, Savage says in its press release.
Stock and monolithic chassis material is aluminum machined from billet, with a heavy fluted carbon steel barrel fitted with a muzzle brake. Barrel length ranges from 20” to 26”, according to caliber. The adjustable stock is a Magpul PRS Gen3 (the previous version, the Stealth Precision rifles, used FAB Defense stocks).
Savage 10/110 Stealth Evolution: accuracy at extreme range
The 10/110 Stealth Evolution features a hard polymer-ceramic coating that greatly enhances resistance to abrasion, corrosion and impact. According to the Manufacturer, the “factory-blueprinted 10/110 action, matched with Savage’s zero-tolerance headspacing, user-adjustable AccuTrigger and 5R button rifling, produces sub-MOA accuracy at extreme range, right out of the box”. Other features are the full-length top-rail and the 10-round detachable box magazine.
Prices range from 1,799.00 US dollars (1.533 Euro, plus taxes) for the .223, .308, 6 and 6.5 Creedmoor versions, 1,999.00 US dollars (1.703 Euro, plus taxes) for the .300 Win.Mag. version, and 2,149 USD (1.831 Euro, plus taxes) for the .338 Lapua Mag. version. Price is the same both for left- and right-handed configurations.