110 BA

The Savage 110 BA Law Enforcement is a bolt-action long-range tactical rifle chambered in .330 Win. Mag. and .338 Lapua Mag.

The 110 is part of Savage’s Law Enforcement series and is equipped with the patented AccuStock and AccuTrigger (Accu abbreviated for accuracy).

The AccuStock uses a fiberglass lining within the stock, which wedges the action in the stock (on top of screwing it in) rendering it immobile ensuring the rifle will shoot straight. The barrel is free-floated, so the stock doesn’t interfere with its action. The actual trigger of the 110 requires a very short pull, which is great for a precision rifle, but since it is a tactical rifle light triggers pose a safety hazard because of accidental discharges. So Savage implemented the AccuTrigger, which is basically a trigger on a trigger. The AccuTrigger prevents accidental discharges by using an internal lever that must be lifted before the firing pin can punch forward. Also, shooters don’t have to switch the safety off after sighting in.

Savage recommends the 110 BA for law enforcement, but it could be used for long-range hunting or competitive shooting.

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