SAVAGE MODEL 110 BA .338 LAPUA MAG

Blasting through barriers when deployed in an over-watch, perimeter security or countersniper operations!

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Savage Arms 110 BA in .338 Lapua bridges the gap between the 7.62mm NATO and .50 BMG with an innovative and state-of-the-art bolt action rifle that delivers the goods in terms of both accuracy and terminal ballistics.

Savage has a long history of manufacturing affordable bolt-action rifles that are reliable and accurate. Most often considered a company that manufactures hunting rifles, Savage also offers tactical-style rifles specifically suited to the law enforcement and military community. It’s true that Savage rifles cost a bit less than some of the competition, but Savage has never taken a back seat to any company when it comes to reliability, innovation and accuracy when it comes to their rifles.

The latest tactical offering from Savage is the Model 110 BA, considered the flagship of their Law Enforcement Series. It is available in two chamberings; .300 Win Mag and .338 Lapua Mag.

Gun Details
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The 110 BA comes standard with Savage’s amazing AccuTrigger, which broke at exactly 2 pounds every time with no take-up. The center, actuation lever provides just enough resistance as you take up the slack in it to let you know when the trigger will break.

The Savage .338 Lapua is a big rifle. It weighs over 15 pounds and is just shy of 51 inches long. You would have to be on some strong prescription medication to not look at this rifle and have wickedly tactical thoughts. It looks more like something from some commando movie than what you would expect from Savage. The appearance of the rifle was not devised to get your attention; it is the culmination of a variety of features perfectly suited to tactical application and deployment.

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The uniquely designed optics rail, exquisite AccuTrigger and oversized tactical-style bolt handle makes the 110 BA .338 Lapua a top-notch precision tactical rifle.

For starters, the 110 BA’s stock is an all-aluminum AccuStock. The forearm is nothing more than an aluminum, U-shaped channel that bolts to the AccuStock where the action is solidly secured both laterally and horizontally. There is so much space around the barrel there is no way the forearm will ever come into contact with it. At the muzzle end of the forearm there are three sling swivel studs; one on each side and one on the bottom.


 

  • Taylor

    I picked this rifle up on a whim, and am very pleased with the quality and accuracy. It is loud (wear Peltor hearing protection) but doesn’t recoil as bad as expected. The weight and muzzle break keep it in place. Ammo is expensive and can be hard to find, but that may improve as the rifles increase in popularity. The range and accuracy are simply amazing, and the amount of down range energy on target is devastating.

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    very good i like this gun

  • JAMES W. CHAPPELL

    I HAVE BEEN BUILDING TACTICAL AND BENCHREST GUNS FOR MANY YEARS , SO VERY LITTLE COMING FROM THE BIG 4 GUN MANUFACTURES IMPRESSES ME. THIS GUN IS THE ONE IF YOU WANT A TACT DRIVER IN 338 LAPUA I CHECKED THE CHAMBER IT IS ( + or – ) .003 WHICH IS UNREAL FOR A FACTORY GUN. ALSO THE PRICE IS NICE.

  • William Hoffmann

    I puchased this weapon two weeks ago. Its awsome i put a trijicon 5- 20×50 scope and harris bipod. this is my present for 24 years of marriage. Awsome wife to… shoots great low recoil and really fun. All this for 3,000 grand to cool.

  • Sgt Shrek

    I picked mine up in 338 LM and threw a Hawke Sidewinder 8-32×56 on it almost a year ago and it is by far the most accurate rifle I have ever fired. I have been in the military for 10 years and have had the opportunity to work with several scout/sniper teams both Army and Marine who I remain friends with to this day. They will even tell you, “Top Shelf” weapon system. I havent had the opportunity to try extreme ranges yet, but I custom load my own ammunition(300gr tactical match hybrid Berger’s, CCI large rifle Magnum primers, 91.5gr Retumbo, and Lapua Brass)that produced just under 6 inch groups at 1500m with an 8 mph full value cross wind. Heat waves may have hurt a little as well. Beware of Hornady brass with this particular rifle (338LM) as it is softer than Lapua and tends to over expand, jamming in the weapons chamber. Some people have no issues but most do.

  • Ken

    I bought mine almost 2 years ago….Lot’s of fun to shoot. A lot less recoil than my M1 Garand(30-06) @ Type 99 7.7mm Jap., also less than my M1A(7.62 NATO). It’s very accurate(1/2″ or less groups @ 300yds. (Zero)) with a Nikon Monarch UCC 6.5-20x44mm IL. M.Dot scope (Just recently pulled off to replace with a Nightforce NSX 8-32x56mm MOARF2 scope). I cann’t wait to try her out at the 600yrd and 1000+yrd range(s). Should be able to achieve 1 1/2 – 2″ groups @ 600yrds & 3-4″ @ 1000yrds without any problem. This is using the Hornady 285gr Match rounds.
    The only problems I see with it is that it is a bit heavy(about 16-17 lbs with bipod and scope) and it has ‘quite’ the report to the sides(I feel sorry for anyone in the shooting lanes next to me when I’m taking a shot…they get a good portion of the blast).
    Otherwise, a very nicely made rifle for a reasonable price in comparison to others on the market going for more money.

  • Brandon Wilkerson

    what is the proper break in procedure for this weapon system. thanks for help

  • Rick L. White

    I bought my Savage Model 110 HS Precision in .338 and was wondering what anyone has herd abought the Vortex 6-24 by 50 Viper HS 30 mm rifle scope. Was wondering if this scope can handle the boom of a .338 Lapua round?