Savage - titanium bolt lift kit (pre-2019)
Savage titanium bolt lift kit (pre-2019)
For short and long action Savage models including the 10, 110, 11, 111, 12, 14, 114, 16, 116, and the Stevens 200.
Proudly designed and manufactured in the USA - see our website www.BoltKnobs.com
This is our version of the Savage bolt lift kit for pre-2019 models with the 'old style' firing pin and where the cocking indicator doesn't protrude through the BAS. Available in either grey or black color, reduce your bolt lift weight by reducing the bearing surface between the BAS and cocking piece sleeve (which cocks the firing pin assembly). Our kit differs to others by using the best materials and coatings available achieving a high hardness and corrosion resistance coupled with weight reduction. These are very competitively priced and offer a lifetime of hard use in all environments.
- BAS (Grey color) - Ti6Al4V titanium alloy with a glass bead blasted finish
- BAS (Black color) - Ti6Al4V titanium alloy with a DLC coating (PVD)
- Set Screw - 17-4 stainless steel furnace hardened to 30 HRC then TiN coated (PVD)
- Disc - 17-4 stainless steel furnace hardened to 30 HRC then TiN coated (PVD)
- The length of the BAS has been dimensioned to accommodate both the set screw and disc to remove pressure on the firing pin assembly.
- Weight = 0.57oz (16.2 grams)
- BAS hex socket = 1/8" hex key
- Set Screw hex socket = 1/4" hex key
- 1 x BAS (grey or black color)
- 1 x Set Screw
- 1 x Disc
Minimum tools required are 1/4" and 1/8" hex keys. Please refer to the image gallery for the exploded diagrams of where these components fit within the bolt assembly, if in doubt we recommend having a gunsmith fit the kit. Holding the bolt firmly with the BAS facing upwards in a padded vice is the easiest method. Be aware of the spring pressure before unscrewing the BAS. We recommend applying a small amount of bolt-lug grease or similar viscosity grease to the BAS threads prior to installation and decocking the bolt first then recocking following reassembly. We supply the kit with the set screw installed into the BAS in the recommended position however it can be adjusted by using a 1/8" hex key, including after the bolt is fully assembled and inserted into the rifle.