Model: Law Enforcement Model 110 BA
Serial Number: H923145
Year of Manufacture: Modern
Caliber: .338 Lapua Magnum
Action Type: Bolt Action Rifle, Detachable Magazine
Markings: The left side of the receiver is marked with the serial number. The left side of the barrel is partially obscured by the top rail. The visible markings are “SAVAGE MODEL 110 / SAVAGE ARMS INC.”, “CALIBER” and the standard Savage “warning”. Both sides of the stock are marked “SAVAGE ARMS”. The bolt is marked “Savage” and has the “Indian head” Savage logo on it. The bolt head is marked with the last four digits of the serial number. The fire position of the safety is marked with a red “dot”. The buttstock is marked with the MagPul logo, ”PRS2” on the right and “CAGE 1LX50” on the left. The rear of the bipod is marked “71BP09BK”. The magazine is marked “ACCURATE-MAG” on the left, “triangle / M” on the right and “.338 LM / (3.850)” on the rear. The top of the scope ring is marked “BARRETT”. The front of the scope is marked “LEUPOLD MARK 4 8.5-25X50mm LR/T” three times around the tube. The left side of the scope is marked with the Leupold logo, “L” in Cross Hairs. The bottom of the scope reads “U.S.A. * DESIGNED * MACHINED * ASSEMBLED / LEUPOLD TACTICAL / 239223Y”. The power ring is marked “8.5X 10X 15X 20X 25X”. The left knob is marked with the “infinity” symbol and with five successively lager dots. The top knob is covered by the computer. The lens covers are both marked with the Leupold logo. The top of the computer optic is marked ”BARRETT OPTICS”. The top knob is marked “1/2 MOA/CLICK arrow UP”. The top knob is also marked “0”, from “1-14” and with hash marks. There are four buttons on top that are used in operating the computer. They are marked accordingly. See https://www.barrett.net/pdfs/BORS-Quick-Reference.pdf for instructions and diagrams.
Barrel Length: Approximately 26”; 29 ½” to the end of the threaded muzzle brake.
Sights / Optics: There are no iron sights on the rifle as it was designed to be used with a scope. The 8.5-25X50mm scope has clear glass with a tactical reticle. The reticle is made up of thin cross hairs with hash marks. The cross hairs are thick at the ends. The scope tube shows minimal handling marks. It is held to the base by a Barrett mount that shows minimal marks. They are both in about Excellent condition. The scope base sits on an 18” rail system that has four separate 7” sections of rail; right, left, top front and top rear. The rail shows minimal marks and is in about Excellent condition. The scope has two lens covers that show scuffs and scrapes. They are in about Very Good Plus condition. For more on the scope see the Leupold site at http://www.leupold.com/hunting-shooting/scopes/mark-4-lrt-riflescopes/mark-4-lrt-8-5-25x50mm-30mm-m1/. The Barrett B.O.R.S. shows minimal handling marks. The current battery is dead. We lent it one of our batteries (we put back the old one after) and it turned right on scrolling through data. It appears to function fine, but we did not test it or hook up the data port to a computer. The B.O.R.S. (untested) is in about Excellent condition. From https://www.barrett.net/optics/bors: “LEAVE NOTHING TO CHANCE. The Barrett Optical Ranging System (BORS) is an integrated ballistics computer that mounts directly on the riflescope and couples to the elevation knob. BORS instantly takes care of the data work by drawing from several tables and taking into account a number of real-time external factors so you can focus on the task of achieving first round hits. After determining the range to target, simply turn the elevation knob until the BORS screen matches your target’s distance. Internal sensors automatically calculate the ballistic solution. BORS compensates for temperature and barometric pressure, calculates angle cosine and displays rifle cant. The BORS kit includes the proprietary Barrett Ballistic PC Software that’s pre-programmed with a library selected by Barrett. BORS USB data cable allows the transfer of user programmable custom loads to BORS from his or her computer. Designed primarily to withstand military operations, BORS is rugged and able to operate with a variety of scopes, calibers and rifles. *Barrett Ballistic Software requires Windows XP or higher, and is not directly MAC OS compatible.” WE DO NOT HAVE A DATA CABLE TO TRANSFER DATA. The auction winner will have to purchase a data cable.
Stock Configuration & Condition: The three piece black aluminum/polymer stock has a pistol grip, fully adjustable buttstock, two forward sling swivel mounts, rear sling bar, PSG 1 style pistol grip, flutes on the aluminum, a long slot under the forearm for attaching/adjusting a bipod and a hard rubber recoil pad. The recoil pad is scuffed. The stock shows only a few handling marks. The LOP measures 13 7/8” to 15 ½” from the front of the trigger to the back of the recoil pad. The stock rates in about Excellent overall condition. From the MagPul website: “The Magpul PRS2 (Precision Rifle/Sniper)… is a drop-in, precision-adjustable butt stock…Designed to offer the fine-tuned, customized feel of a precision target stock, the PRS2 is adjustable for both cheek riser height and length-of-pull without sacrificing the durability necessary to withstand the operational environment. Compared to common plastic fixed stocks, the PRS2 has a similar minimum LOP but can extend up to 1.25 inches longer. Machined aluminum adjustment knobs feature positive-locking click detents to maintain position under recoil and allows easy, tool-less adjustments by simply rotating the knobs. Machined aluminum butt-plate and alloy steel adjustment shafts provide stability and strength to withstand severe impact conditions. Rubber butt-pad offers positive shoulder purchase to prevent slippage for optimal accuracy even with body armor or modular gear”.
Type of Finish: Matte Black
Finish Originality: Original
Bore Condition: The bore is shines and the rifling is sharp. There is no erosion.
Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 98% of its metal finish. The balance of the finish shows only light handling marks. The screw heads are intact. The markings are deep. Overall, this rifle rates in about Excellent condition.
Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We have not fired this rifle.
Box, Paperwork& Accessories: See above for rail, scope, computer and stock. The rifle comes with a bipod attached to it. The bipods legs fold forward and extend to lock in two positions at 6” and 8 ¾”. The bipod swivels on its mount. The mount can be loosened or tightened by the use of the rear lever. The bipod shows a couple small light scrapes. It is in about Excellent condition. The rifle comes with a 39 inch Dewey cleaning rod that is coated to protect the bore. It shows light scrapes and is in about Fine condition. The rifle comes in a hard polymer case with four latches and four holes (two are reinforced with metal) for locking the halves together. The interior of the case is a foam cut out that fits the rifle and shows compression marks and one tear from the rifle. The case is marked “BARRETT”, “PELICAN” and “PELICAN / 1750 CASE / PELICAN PRODUCTS TORRANCE, CA USA”. The case has a small valve on the handle side that reads “AUTOMATIC PRESSURE PURGE”. The case shows several scuffs and scrapes. There are scratches on the underside. The case is in about Very Good Plus condition.
Our Assessment: ”Badassery” (bad-ass-ery) is defined in the Urban Dictionary as follows: “Engaging in seemingly impossible activities and achieving success in a manner that renders all onlookers completely awestruck.” If you take this rifle to a range the word “badassery” will be used by those around you to describe what you can do with this rifle. This Savage Law Enforcement Model 110BA is the complete long range sniper package. It is in Excellent condition as it has been kept in its hardy Pelican case and/or in the safe most of its life. Even though this is a tough rifle, it looks as if the previous owner treated this beast very gently. This sniper rifle has a 26” fluted target barrel topped by an impressive muzzle brake that will help tame the serious .338 Lapua Magnum round. The top rail (there is lots of it) holds a Leupold Mark 4 8.5-25×50 LR/T that is itself topped by a Barrett B.O.R.S. computer rangefinder (no data transfer cable is provided.) This is all set in to an aluminum stock has a PSG1 style pistol grip and a fully adjustable Magpul PRS2 buttstock. Luckily there is also a bipod attached to help you position the rifle for you long distance shots. Good Luck. For more on the Savage 110 BA rifle see the Savage site at http://www.savagearms.com/firearms/model/110BA.