Savage Arms recently announced the release of its newest accuracy-based AR-type platform, the MSR 10 Precision. Moreover, the line comes in three different calibers, including 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Win.
Billed as being “complete and ready to compete,” the heart of the MSR 10 Precision is its stainless steel heavy barrel with 5R button rifling. To help encourage accuracy, the rifle includes an 18-inch Arca handguard, Magpul PRS stock and TangoDown Battlegrip Flip Grip. Additionally, the Flip Grip rotates 24 degrees, enabling the shooter to make on-the-fly adjustments.
Savage +2 gas system provides adjustments for optimal cycling to a shooter’s individual load. Also, an two-stage trigger helps promote a clean shot break. Finally, a QD front sling mount and non-reciprocating side charging upper receiver round out what should prove to be a capable long-range rifle system.
Above all, with a heavy profile, accurate barrel, the MSR 10 Precision is poised to be competitive in today’s emerging long-range competition circuit. Moreover, a fast-growing discipline, Precision Rifle Series, National Rifle League, 3-Gun Nation and more now offer different takes on competitive long-range shooting events.
As such, Savage’s inclusion of 6mm Creedmoor, and especially the extremely popular 6.5 Creedmoor, along with the standard .308 Win., should make the MSR 10 Precision a popular choice. With sound choices in the build, combined with popular aftermarket components, the Savage MSR 10 Precision emerges as another solid out-of-the-box ready long-range competition rifle.
For more information, visit savagearms.com.
Savage Arms MSR 10 Precision Specifications
- Action Type: Semi-Automatic
- Finish: Stainless Steel
- Rifling: 6mm CM, 1:7; 6.5 CM, 1:8; .308 Win., 1:10
- Overall Trigger Pull Weight: Take Up: 2 pounds; Break: 4 pounds
- Sights: N/A
- Overall Weight: 11.4 Pounds
- Overall Capacity: 20
- Stock: Black, Magpul PRS
- Overall Barrel Length: 22.5 inches
- Overall Length: 44 inches
- MSRP: $2,499
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