Savage Arms releases new MSR Competition model rifles

The MSR 15 Competition is one of two new Competition model firearms introduced by Savage. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage Arms launches new MSR Competition rifles, introducing the MSR 15 Competition and MSR 10 Competition HD.

Both the MSR 15 Competition and MSR 10 Competition HD feature an 18-inch carbon fiber wrapped stainless barrel boasting a ported muzzle brake. The muzzle brake is designed to allow shooters to tune recoil in order to better stabilize the muzzle to produce faster and more accurate follow-up shots. The barrels are a collaborative effort between Savage Arms and PROOF Research.

The MSR 10 Competition HD offers a .308 Win design. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Both builds utilize a custom-length gas block which can be adjusted to accommodate for various bullet weights and suppressor use. The rifles top off their design with a non-reciprocating side charging handle, two-stage trigger, Magpul CTR stock, ambi mag release and selector as well as a free-float M-LOK handguard.

The MSR 15 Competition comes chambered in .223 Rem as well as .224 Valkyrie with an MSRP of $2,875. The MSR 10 Competition HD is chambered in .308 Win and is priced at $3,449.

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