Rifle

Which Savage Rail Is Right for Me?

1. What is your action length?

Round back (receiver) actions have two action lengths. Short or Long action. Previously, a 110, 112, 114, 116 series rifle denoted a long action and a 10, 12, 14, 16 denoted a short action. Savage has since changed their numbering system. We recommend measuring your center spread if you aren't 100% sure which action length you have.

Common Savage Short Action Calibers
.22-250 Rem
.223 Rem
.204 Ruger
.243 Win
7mm-08 Rem
6.5 Creedmoor
.338 Federal
.270 WSM

Common Savage Long Action Calibers
.25-06 Rem
.270 Win
.30-06 Spfld
7mm Rem Mag
.300 Win Mag
.280 Ackley
.338 Win Mag
6.5 X 284 Norma

Flat back (receiver) actions have three possible action lengths. We recommend measuring the ejection port opening, the center spread, or the action screw spread to figure out the correct action length for you.





2. What receiver do you have? Flat Back or Round Back?

Flat Back
Savage rifles manufactured prior to the early 2000's have a receiver with a round front and a flat rear. We call these our "Flat Back Mounts". There are three different action lengths available. Short Action (Model 10), Early Short Action (Model 110), Long Action (Model 110). To purchase the correct mount, please verify your action measurements.

Flat Back Short Action (Model 10)

Flat Back Short Action (Early Model 110)
Flat Back Long Action (Model 110)

Round Back
Savage rifles manufactured after the early 2000's have a receiver with a round front and rear. These will work with our "Round Back Mounts". There are two different action lengths available. Short Action and Long Action. See above common caliber length chart. The Savage Edge/Axis/Axis II mounts are specific for the gun and can be found below.

Round Back Short Action

Round Back Long Action

Mounts for other Savage Models

Savage Edge/Axis/Axis II
Savage Muzzleloader

Savage Model 25



3. Is your receiver drilled for #6 screws or #8 screws?

Most Savage recievers are drilled from the factory for #6 screws. The diameter of #6 screws is .13" while the diameter of #8 screws is .16". You can measure the screw diameter in the receiver to see which size you need. Most of our mounts come with #6 screws but also have an option to drill them for #8 screws.

Here are some of the receivers drilled for #8 screws (please check your receiver before purchasing):
10/110 BA Stealth
10/110 Stealth Evolution
110 Scout
110 Wolverine
10 GRS
110 Tactical
110 Tactical LH
110 Tactical Desert
Christensen Arms Ridgeline (Please Check Your Serial Number Here)





4. Standard VS HD

Standard
6061 Extruded Aluminum
Standard Anodizing
Not Compatible with Quick Disconnect Rings
Most rails are .4" high
Price starts at $29.99

Our standard scope mounts are perfect for a lightweight mounting option that ties the receiver together for more rigidity over two piece bases. The cross slots have a valley down the center to save on weight, but are not optimal for mounting quick disconnect rings (throw lever), because most quick disconnect rings use a center recoil lug. These mounts are perfect options for almost any calibers, even up to magnums. We recommend using square cross lugs with all picatinny style rings.

HD
7075 T6 Aluminum
Hardcoat Anodizing
Compatible with Quick Disconnect Rings
Most rails are .35" high
Price starts at $49.99

Our HD scope mounts are our premium line of aluminum one piece bases. They are machined from a heavier duty aluminum and the full cross slots allow for the use of quick detach rings. This mount is perfect for the heavy hitting calibers such as .338 Lapua, or for the shooter who has to have the highest quality for their application. We recommend using square cross lugs with all picatinny style rings.




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