Savage Centerfire and Slug
Fits models 10, 110, 11, 111, 12, 14, 114, 16, 116, 212, 220 and the
Currently only available for right-handed actions. Does not fit the Savage Axis.
A fully CNC machined Grade 5 Titanium Alloy handle for Savage Centerfire
and Slug Gun models. No other rifle benefits more in weight savings by replacing the handle. The oversized cast steel factory handles are excessively heavy. Our Titanium version with carbon fiber knob averages 1.4oz / 40g (0.95oz / 27g without a knob), which
is over 70% lighter than the factory handles at 4.2oz (120g)! - without making any compromises on strength, finish or
We start with only the best quality grade 5 titanium alloy (Ti6Al4V) and CNC machine each handle to tight tolerances to fit the factory savage bolt. There are no castings, forgings or rough finishes. We bead blast, clean, visually inspect
and test fit each to a factory bolt before packing. The resulting finish is a smooth non-glare titanium grey color.
Pricing below is for the Titanium handle only without a knob supplied. We are producing both carbon fiber knobs and also high grade 7075-T76 alloy knobs (with a milspec anodized finish). These options are available on our USA webstore at checkout. If you want to use a different knob from elsewhere, the threads of the handle are 5/16"x24 TPI and 0.5" (12.7mm) long.
$55 (priced without a knob)
Minor modification of the collar may be required !
With so many models and sub models of different vintages including more recently available aftermarket bolt-bodies, we have found that the dimensions between individual Savage rifles varies greatly. All our Savage handles are machined as a 'tight fit' only as indicated in the diagram below. Some modification to these dimensions may be required when fitting depending on the tab measurements of your rifle's bolt body.
The handles are secured to the rear of the bolt body by a Bolt Attachment Screw ('BAS') - usually fixed using a 1/4" hex head. Firmly secure your bolt in a
well-padded vise. The existing handle can be removed from the bolt body by turning this screw counter-clockwise. Once removed, the titanium handle will slot into place. If your bolt body
dimensions are larger than usual, some trimming of our collar will be required (as detailed above) - a small fine file is best for this purpose. Apply a small amount of quality bolt grease to
any surface modified along with the threads before reassembly.