Massachusetts-based Savage Arms, expanding its caliber offerings on the 110 Precision platform, announced it will now make the rifle in 6.5 PRC.

The new chambering will join the four – .308 Win, .300 Win Mag, .338 Lapua, and 6.5 Creedmoor – that the 110 Precision was introduced with in 2020. Like the rest of the series, all these rifles come standard with a hand blueprinted action using a MDT LSS XL chassis and a heavy carbon-steel, matte-black threaded barrel. Other standard features include a detachable AICS magazine, adjustable AccuTrigger, skeletonized stock with a fully adjustable comb, one-piece EGW rail, and an FDE Cerakote finish.

Savage 110 Precision rifle profiles
With a custom LSS stock designed by Modular Driven Technologies, the 110 Precision is fully customizable from the adjustable comb height and length of pull to the capabilities of its 1.5 - 4-pound user-adjustable AccuTrigger. (Photos: Savage)

Savage is excited about the new caliber offering when it comes to its use as a long-range hunting round.

"This is essentially a magnum version of the 6.5 Creedmoor – but much of what makes the 6.5 PRC cartridge great for hunting makes it a contender on the competition side, too. 6.5 bullets are known for their exceptional ballistic coefficients and the 6.5 PRC adds more velocity from its short-magnum design," said Jessica Treglia, senior brand manager at Savage Arms. "They are performing really well and are especially capable in adverse conditions."

Savage 110 Precision rifle profile
The aluminum-framed rifle is built for performance and has a 24-inch 1:8 twist barrel. Weight, sans optics, is 11 pounds while overall length is 43.625 to 44.625 inches due to the adjustable stock. (Photos: Savage)

The Savage 110 Precision is available in both left and right-hand models, with an MSRP of $1,595 for each rather than charging a southpaw tax for the lefty.

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