Savage 10/110 BA Stealth Rifles

Savage 10 BA Stealth Short Action rifle

Savage has teamed with Drake Associates to expand its “BA” line of long-range chassis rifles. The new Model 10/110 BA Stealth is a lighter, more compact option in the BA line. It features a factory-blueprinted model 10/110 barreled action mated to a custom version of the Drake Hunter/Stalker monolithic chassis, which has been modified to Savage’s specifications. A similar Savage/Drake combination recently took first place for National Guard Team and 8th place overall at the 2015 U.S. Army International Sniper Competition.

Savage 10 BA Stealth Short Action rifle Features & Benefits • Factory-blueprinted Savage action • Monolithic chassis machined from a solid billet of aluminum • M-LOK foreend and Picitinny rail for easy configuration • Adjustable AccuTrigger 110 BA Stealth (long action) • 5/8 24 threaded muzzle with brake • Drake one-piece long scope rail • Fab Defense GLR-16 six-positioin buttstock with adjustable cheek riser • Adjustable accutrigger MSRP: 110 BA Stealth, 300 Win. Mag. $1484 MSRP: 110 BA Stealth, 338 Lapua $1622

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Comments (8)

  1. Dave,
    Any idea whether the 110 BA-Stealth has 20 MOA built in to the top rail like the original 110 BA did (or the Drake chassis)? I have scoured the internet to no avail on the Stealth. Just bought one in .300 WM and am close to start mounting glass… so I don’t want to end up with a 40 MOA cant straight up. Thanks for any help on this. I only like doing things once and the 20 MOA preload is all I need. ~Andy

  2. Roger,

    The 110 “Long Action” comes in 338 Lapua and 300 win mag, which is what I have.

    But the 10 “Short Action” comes in a .308 and 6.5 Creedmore, a friend of mine has the 6.5 and loves it.

    You can’t build a “budget” chassis system for less money and get all the great features of the this gun, i only wish they would offer a longer 26″ barrel for the 300 win mag.

    1. The 10 is actually what is shown in the picture with the open top action and no muzzle brake

  3. I like the concept of the 110BA and what it provides but Savage would do well to consider expanding the available caliber selections to more “civilian” type cartridges better suited to the mere mortal and that are more economically friendly. Would suggest the 6mm & 6.5 family of cartridges as a good starter. As many seem taken by the .308 Win. I’m sure this would also be one that would sell well although ballistic performance is nowadays somewhat lacking.

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