Savage Arms drops 10/110 Stealth Evolution in multiple calibers

The Stealth Evolution offers multiple configurations, allowing shooters to choose the exact setup they want. (Photo: Savage Arms)

The Stealth Evolution offers both right handed and left handed models. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Firearms maker Savage Arms introduced the 10/110 Stealth Evolution chassis rifle, chambered in six popular long-range calibers and with left-handed models available.

The rifle, according to the company, touts exceptional performance and accuracy, blending precision with “torture-tested toughness” to tackle the most challenging targets in the harshest conditions. The Stealth Evolution pairs a heavy fluted barrel with a monolithic aluminum chassis and a durable, bronze Cerakote. The polymer-ceramic finish resists abrasions and corrosions and is designed to withstand impacts.

The factory blueprinted 10/110 action pairs with Savage’s zero-tolerance headspacing, user adjustable AccuTrigger as well as 5R button rifling to enable sub-MOA performance at extreme ranges.

Savage spared wasted no time launching the new Stealth rifle in multiple calibers to include .223 Rem., 6mm Creedmoor, .308 Win, 300 Win Mag, .338 Lapua, and the popular 6.5 Creedmoor. In addition to multiple calibers, the company also ensures its southpaw consumers have options, releasing six models configured for left handed shooters.

The Stealth Evolution series features a base price of $1,799.