Savage Arms Upgrades the Model 10/110 Once More to Become the Stealth Evolution Line-Up

Savage Arms Upgrades the Model 10/110 Once More to Become the Stealth Evolution Line-Up

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Savage Arms Upgrades the Model 10/110 Once More to Become the Stealth Evolution Line-Up

Stealth Evolution

Many of us remember the Savage Arms Model 110 BA rifle. A beast of a rifle, but absurdly heavy if you need to be mobile with it. Back in October 2016, Savage Arms took a lot of consumer input to heart and updated the 10/110 series with a Stealth Precision line-up. They once again made modifications to those rifles, and we now have before us the 10/110 Stealth Evolution series of rifles. A pretty appropriate name considering these rifles are continually evolving.

These once again updated rifles are offered in 6 calibers. All of which can be purchased in left-hand configurations as well (lefties rejoice!). Your caliber selection is a bit of a who’s who of long-range favorites:

  • .223 Remington
  • 6mm Creedmoor
  • 6.5 Creedmoor
  • .308 Winchester
  • .300 Winchester Magnum
  • .338 Lapua Magnum

The previous version, the Stealth Precision rifles, used FAB Defense stocks while the newest Stealth Evolution now has a Magpul PRS Gen3 adjustable stock. While the FAB Defense provided all the functionality a user may need the Magpul adds in brand name recognition and more curb appeal.

Extra added touches like a bronze cerakote finish on the monolithic aluminum chassis and 5R rifling cap off a pretty good spec sheet.

Stealth Evolution

Stealth Evolution

Even with varying barrel lengths from 20″ – 26″ the gun remains within a pretty close ballpark for weight (10.8 – 11.1 Lbs). It is also interesting to note that the AccuTrigger on this rifle can be adjusted down to 1.5 pounds. For hunters or non-target shooters who are not accustomed to light triggers, that begins to flirt with a fine line of breathing on the trigger to set it off.

The 10/110 Stealth Evolution models run a bit higher on price than the former make-up of this series. Depending on your caliber, you are looking at an MSRP of $1,799 – $2,149 a rifle.

Hunting

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June 29, 2017 at 05:00AM

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