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Savage has debuted new left-handed models of its Precision Series rifles. Seven new left-hand Model 110 Elite Precision models and five new left-hand 110 Precision rifle models will be available this summer.

“Savage has built an extensive catalog of left-handed firearms, quite possibly the largest in the industry,” said Beth Shimanski, director of marketing for Savage Arms.

The 110 Elite Precision left-hand models start with a Savage factory-blueprinted target receiver in an Adjustable Core Competition chassis from Modular Driven Technologies with a full-length ARCA rail. The buttstock is fully adjustable. Other features include: 

  • Stainless steel, flash-nitride-finished action
  • 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

The 110 Precision left-handed rifles have 110 bolt actions riding in Modular Driven Technologies’ LSS XL skeletonized aluminum-frame chassis in an FDE Cerakote finish. The stock allows comb-height adjustments and length of pull modifications, and the AccuTrigger is adjustable as well. Other features include: 

  • Savage factory blueprinted action
  • Matte-black carbon-steel heavy barrel, threaded 5/8-24
  • 1.5 to 4-pound user-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • 20 MOA 1–piece EGW rail
  • AICS magazine
  • BA Muzzlebrake

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  1. 6.5 Creedmore is the limp waisted Nancy boy of rifle cartridges. I cannot stress enough how unmanly you are if you have ever bought, shot and or talked positively about 6.5 creedmore

    • I agree. Real men only shoot, train and carry black powder. I mean smokeless powder is maybe okay for the feeble and women.

    • So, that’s why I talk with a slight lisp now and my hips undulate more than ever as I walk! Who knew? lol

    • I love the high BCs of my 6.5 and .338 and the low BCs of my .45-70 and 12 gauges. Celebrate diversity! ‘Merica!

      • Agreed.
        I’m a fool for 6.5×39 Grendel in an AR-styled DMR. Accurate, good enough for hog, elk, and orc alike. Leaves more space for ammo when you don’t need to lug around a chip the size of a cinder block on your shoulder.

    • Do the latest in 6.5MM cartridges do anything that the100+ year old 6.5 x 55MM Mauser round/rifle wouldn’t do with contemporary bullets and propellants?

      My personal preference, in bolt action rifles, was first the 30-06, followed by the .308 Winchester/ 7.62 x 51 MM NATO.

      Otherwise, one pays their money, and chooses.

  2. Lefties prefer savage? No we don’t. We’re going to destroy all gun companies equally. Except for Springfield. They get to die last.

    Eric Swalwell 2020

    • All gun manufacturers welcome in the south. Come see us ! We’re open 24-7 and don’t pay any attention to the very small majority who are barely a whisper and unstable.

    • My brother in law had an old (1927?) 1899 in 22 Savage/High Power. Loved that gun. He traded it away years ago. I have been on the hunt for one in 308 Win, of late.

      • A relative of mine has owned a Savage 99 in .308 for close to fifty years. Hunted lots of North American big game with it. Last I heard, the barrel rifling was pretty well shot out and the once tight groups have spread a good deal. He was thinking of a re-barrel, or a barrel sleeve.

        I helped pick that gun out, always impressed me with the lines and the solid lockup. A beautiful firearm and rock solid dependable.

        • Have you checked with Savage?
          It used to be that Savage would rebuild one of their rifles to any (reasonable) requested specifications. I inquired about having the 22 High Power rebuilt as a 308 Win. That, was one conversion they said couldn’t be performed.
          But, a new factory barrel, could be just the thing to keep it original and working like new.

      • I use my right (forward) hand to cycle the action, thereby maintaining my grip with my firing hand and, more or less, my stock placement.

        • Exactly! Same here as another lefty. I find most RH guns, whether hand gun or rifle, to be more “usable” to me. I run my three 03A3 rifles without ever taking my left hand off of the wrist of the rifle. I just need to swing my thumb over the stock when cycling the bolt. I do have a few LH rifles…very awkward to use. I’m always moving the wrong hand to load or otherwise manipulate the weapon.

        • Actually, upon further reflection, I also hated left-handed desks in high school (I think there were two in the whole building) and left-handed scissors…

      • As to “reaching over the top”, I shot Model 70 Winchester Standard Target Rifles in competition, National Match Course, for many years. Being Left Eye Dominant, I shot rifles left handed. Iron Sights were used, and I never had a problem working the bolt and or reloading for Rapid Fire Stages. Scope Matches and or Long Range Competition, 600 yards and beyond, were slow fire, so no problem thjere.

    • Shush. Some of us righty hander are on to the off hand bolt cycle method too and they need to make some for “the less than” *snicker*

      …my Savage bolt gun is a lefty .270.

  3. Eric Swalwell: I cannot tell you how tiresome your anti gun banter really is. You rail constantly, solve nothing and yet are immensely pleased with your infantile presence. Don Quixote made more sense and he tilted at windmills.


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    When they get the founder Arthur Savage’s family to change their name. He also invented radial tires, but they are not his namesake.

  6. Don’t forget that Savage has a custom shop that will build a left handed version of any gun they make for only a few bucks more than buying off the rack.

    Don’t think of the custom shop as a true custom shop. Think of it as a place where they can combine any combination of existing savage parts into a production quality rifle made for you.

    So you can get that left handed version of a gun that isn’t normally offered in Left handed for just a few bucks.

    Combine that with the option of factory blueprinting and you can end up with a rifle that is capable of keeping up with big name rifles that cost much much more.

    I have one of these rifles. Custom shop with blueprinting and it is a ridiculous value.

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