Savage Arms Expands Its Extensive Lineup of Rifles Targeting Left-Handed Shooters

Savage Arms Expands Its Extensive Lineup of Rifles Targeting Left-Handed Shooters
Savage Arms Expands Its Extensive Lineup of Rifles Targeting Left-Handed Shooters

WESTFIELD, Massachusetts-( Savage Arms is pleased to expand its already extensive catalog of firearms geared to left-handed shooters with the release of additional options in centerfire target, hunting and rimfire rifles. Savage Arms will launch the new southpaw-friendly models at the 2018 SHOT Show (Booth No. 14451) January 23-26 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“One of the keys to Savage Arms achieving an impressive stronghold in the firearms industry over the past two decades has been the company’s ability to dominate niche markets,” said firearms senior brand manager Jessica Treglia. “Savage’s ever-expanding selection of left-handed firearms is an excellent example of this strategy in action.

“Research reports approximately 10 percent of Americans are left-handed,” Treglia continued. “Then there are those who are right-handed, but left-eye dominant. These hunters and shooters greatly benefit from a left-handed firearm, and Savage is proud to supply them with dependable and accurate left-handed choices.”

On the precision-chassis rifle front, Savage introduces the new left-handed Model 10/110 BA Stealth and Stealth Evolution. Both feature a heavy fluted barrel with a monolithic aluminum chassis popular among long-range precision shooters.

Both models also feature Savage’s zero-tolerance, thread-in headspacing, user-adjustable AccuTrigger and 5R button rifling, and produce sub-MOA accuracy at extreme ranges, out of the box. The rifles are available in some of the hottest calibers in long-range shooting, including 338 Lapua Mag., 300 Win. Mag. 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 Win. and 223 Rem. The Stealth Evolution is also available in 6mm Creedmoor.

“Savage didn’t forget left-handed hunters,” Treglia noted. “The upgraded Model 110 Storm is available in a left-handed configuration. It is built off the same 110 action as the past but now features the all-new user-adjustable AccuFit system, which allows shooters to customize comb height and length-of-pull for better fit and function.”

The Model 110 Storm also features a detachable box magazine, stainless steel action and stainless steel matte-finish barrel to withstand the most brutal weather conditions. The left-handed version comes in 223 Rem., 22-250 Rem., 243 Win., 270 Win., 7mm-08 Rem., 7mm Rem. Mag., 308 Win., 30-06 Sprg. and 300 Win. Mag.

“The Model 110 Tactical also comes in a left-handed 308 Win.,” she continued. “It is suppressor-ready and fitted with a heavy, fluted, 24-inch barrel, ideal for extreme accuracy in all conditions.”

Savage adds to its rimfire family with left-handed versions of the B17 17 HMR, B22 22 LR and B22 22 WMR bolt-action rimfire rifles. “All feature a sporter barrel and black synthetic stock,” said Treglia. “The B Series’ ergonomic stock, higher comb, top tang safety and target-style, vertical pistol grip allow shooters to hold the rifle in a more natural position that puts less pressure on the wrist.”

Like the popular A Series rimfires, all B Series rifles feature a 10-round rotary magazine and the accuracy-boosting adjustable AccuTrigger. The B Series also features Savage’s accuracy-boosting zero-tolerance, thread-in headspace system similar to that of the company’s centerfire models.

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Headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts for more than 100 years, Savage is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hunting, competition and self-defense centerfire and rimfire rifles, and shotguns. Their fire are best known for accuracy and value. The entrepreneurial spirit that originally defined the company is still evident in its ongoing focus on continuous innovations, craftsmanship, quality and service.

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David Russell

Being left handed, I have always stayed away from buying a RH bolt action rifle. Gun shops I’ve been to over the years don’t carry and will not carry left handed bolt actions. I have always been told That I would have to special order one and that I would have to pay more. I have stayed with Marlin and Winchester lever actions and varius AR’s over the years. When Marlin was bought out by Remington, the Marlin employee’s were all let go. ” No dammed wonder the new marlins suck!!!..” It will take years for the New ( Remington/Marlin… Read more »

James Higginbotham

i own a savage left hand Rifle i got some years back in 7MM Mag.
and is a good rifle.
and being ambidextrous makes me comfortable shooting right handed or leftie.
same with a pistol, so God blessed me like that..


That was a mess…all of my attempts to correct…all out of order???


Should have been “to be awkward and uncomfortable to use.”


As a “lefty”, who has shot RH rifles and pistols for…ever! I find left hand guns (specifically rifles,,,ambi handguns are a non-issue) to awkward and uncomfortable to use. I have several LH rifles myself. But I can manipulate/operate a RH rifle with more efficiency and comfort than any LH rifle I have held or shot.
But, it is great that there are options for those that would benefit from them.


Should have been “to be awkward and uncomfortable to use.”

Heed the Call-up

I agree as a lefty, too, since that is all I ever shot (right-handed firearms), and also because I can and do shoot with either hand, having a firearm designed for “lefties” is a non-starter.

Mark poll

Price of left hand 7mm08

John Dunlap

Exact opposite here. Left handed, left eye dominant. I find a left hand bolt much faster. I also find ejected empties crossing my field of view distracting, which is why I prefer the older designs in other actions, most of which tend to throw their empties up and forward.