We touched on this brand new model by Savage Arms while we were out at SHOT Show this winter. At the time, even the on-hand Savage Arms reps did not have much information for us. Although, they were kind enough to let us play with it.
Several months later, we now have further product specs on the Model 10 GRS, and greater details on the intriguing stock which is the centerpiece of this new rifle.
- GRS Adjustable Stock made of 15% Fiberglass-Reinforced Durethan
- User-Adjustable Savage AccuTrigger
- Slim Grip & Fore-End w/ Textured Rubber Grip Surfaces
- Adjustable Length-of-Pull from 33.5 – 36.5 cm (13.18″ – 14.37″)
- 5/8″-24 TPI Threaded Muzzle
- Fluted Heavy Barrel
- 10-Round AICS-compatible Magazine
- Flush Cup Sling Loops included & Sling Mount for Bi-Pod use installed
The rifle is currently offered in the two most popular and common long-range calibers on the market: .308 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor. The stock is from a little-known company out of Norway and this rifle is the first to house it for Savage Arms.
The Model 10 GRS houses the full suite of accuracy-enhancing Savage features firmly within a GRS stock made of 15 percent fiberglass-reinforced Durethan, with 65 percent glass bedding material. The rock-stable stock’s slimmed down dimensions and textured surfaces provide a better grip in wet conditions, while its length-of-pull can be adjusted to fit any shooter. Plus, its Savage action, precise button rifling, fluted heavy barrel and user-adjustable AccuTrigger deliver the accuracy of custom rifles at a fraction of the price.
Right now, the 6.5 Creedmoor comes in a 24″ barrel while the .308 Winchester is offered in a 20″ configuration. Both rifles can be yours for $1,449 which is $50 lower than the MSRP we were quoted at SHOT Show. Woo-Hoo! Extra ammo money!