Savage Arms recently announced the company was now offering a version of its Model 10 GRS rifle that is chambered for the 6mm Creedmoor cartridge. The company states that rifle is capable of “accurate 1,000 yard shots” for long range competitions.
The Model 10 GRS is a bolt action rifle that was released earlier this year. Prior to the 6mm Creedmoor, the rifle has only been available chambered for the .308 Win and the 6.5 Creedmoor.
The gun uses the Berserk stock made by GRS Riflestocks AS of Norway. This stock is made of fiberglass reinforced Durethan, which is a form of thermoplastic with a high mechanical strength, high level of stiffness and good resistance to both chemicals and heat. The stock is available only in black at this time. Both the cheek height and the length of pull are adjustable to fit the shooter.
Savage Arms uses a 26″ heavy barrel in this rifle. The barrel is fluted, button rifled and threaded (5/8-24 threads with a protective cap.) As one might expect, Savage Arms installs its AccuTrigger on these rifles. On top of the receiver is a rail for mounting a scope.
All of the guns in this line have a suggested retail price of $1,449. For the 6mm Creedmoor, the price includes a single 4-round magazine.