Savage has chambered several new rifles in 300 PRC that allow hunters and marksmen to make the most of the new round. Two of the new models are set up for left-handed shooters.
The new 300 PRC models are:
- 110 LONG RANGE HUNTER, 26-inch barrel, $968 (57495)
- 110 PRECISION, 24-inch barrel, $1,499 (57593 RH and 57699 LH)
- 110 ELITE PRECISION, 30-inch barrel, $2,149 (57561 RH and 57707 LH)
- 110 HS PRECISION, 26-inch barrel, $1,284 (22088)
While 300 PRC is capable of exceptional accuracy, the round is not simply a paper-puncher. The true potential of the 300 PRC comes with pairing heavy .30-caliber bullets with non-belted cases and temperature-stable powders. The 300 PRC’s projectiles achieve repeatable accuracy thanks to their high ballistic coefficients. The 30-degree shoulder of the case provides stable chamber alignment, while the non-belted cases stack efficiently and feed reliably from magazines.
“The 300 PRC has opened up new possibilities for extreme long range shooting,” said Jessica Treglia, senior brand manager at Savage Arms. “With their AccuTriggers and AccuStocks, Savage rifles offer the rugged stability needed for reliable accuracy at any distance.”
These rifles have several attributes to maximize the round’s potential, including Savage’s thread-in headspacing, floating bolt head, and button rifled barrels. Magazines are detachable AICS style boxes. The rifles come with a one‐piece 20-MOA rail and a serrated lock nut.