So you want to get into a long action precision rifle that shoots hard-hitting .300 WinMag or .338 Lapua rounds? That’s usually an expensive proposition. Rifles that accurately send magnum caliber pills out to 1000 yards or more will cost you. Plenty.
But when Savage introduced their 110 BA Stealth rifle a couple of years back, they made long action long range power accessible to a lot of precision shooters.
The 110 BA Stealth MSRPs for a relatively affordable $1650 and retails at about $1200. With glass, that lets you get into the magnum caliber long range game at about the $2000 mark.
Check out the .338 Lapua model . . .
One of the best aspects of this and most Savage rifles is their excellent adjustable AccuTrigger. Many picky long range shooters who usually scrap stock triggers for an aftermarket model are impressed by Savage’s stock AccuTrigger’s performance.
With all of the 110 BA Stealth’s features and performance, it’s clearly a best buy in a magnum caliber rifle.
Here are the .338 Lapua version’s specs: