With a 125-year history, Savage Arms has a reputation for quality and dependability. In fact, they have many well-known platforms that have been popular for generations. Recently Savage Arms has announced some new configurations to a few of their rifle models, along with a new line.
Savage Arms Rifle Configurations
The recent announcement from Savage Arms includes the 110, rimfire shooters, Renegauge and a new B-Series line, including three models. As a result, the new configurations add versatility, precision and tactical upgrades to the popular lines.
For those with home security in mind, the Savage Renegauge is the right model for you. Accordingly, the Renegauge can handle high-brass and low-recoil shells, with equal dependability. Providing consistent ejection, the Renegauge features the patented D.R.I.V. (Dual Regulating Inline Valve) gas system. As a result, the excess gas is vented before driving the bolt, for less felt recoil and fast cyclic rate.
The semi-automatic shotgun has a magazine tube capacity of 6+1 and includes three interchangeable chokes. The MSRP on the Renegauge is $1,499.
A22 Precision Lite
The A22 Precision Lite rimfire .22 LR rifle features an exclusive Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) one-piece aluminum chassis. Additionally, an aluminum stock pairs perfectly with the heavy carbon fiber wrapped, button rifled barrel for optimum balance and heat dissipation. The stock also features an adjustable cheek riser and length-of-pull spacers, for a custom fit.
A user-adjustable AccuTrigger reliably sends rounds down range from the 10-round rotary magazine. The MSRP on the A22 Precision Lite is $949.
B-Series Precision Lite
The B-Series Precision Lite shares many of the same features as the A22. Accordingly, both rimfire rifles are housed in a Modular Driven Technologies one-piece aluminum chassis. Like the A22 the B-Series aluminum stock also features an adjustable cheek riser and length-of-pull spacers for comfort. Additionally, the carbon fiber wrapped button-rifled barrel balances nicely with the aluminum stock.
110 Ultralite Left Hand
The popular 110 model is now more accessible for south paws. Savage Arms teamed with PROOF Research for a barrel that consequently helps combat elevation and elements. At 6 pounds and under, the 110 Ultralite still utilizes the factory blueprinted Savage action. The carbon fiber wrapped stainless steel barrel meets a melonite finished skeletonized receiver with an action specific to lefties. Also, the addition of the AccuFit stock, with adjustable length-of-pull and comb height, provides a perfect fit for the user.
The adjustable AccuTrigger allows the shooter to select a trigger weight of 1.5-4 pounds, based on user preference. The MSRP on the 110 Ultralite Left Hand rifle is $1,499.
“Here at Savage, we are constantly working to bring our customers what they want,” Jessica Treglia, Sr. Brand Manager at Savage Arms, said. “Today we’re launching six new configurations, and there’s something here for everyone. From the addition of a left-handed model to the exceptionally popular 110 Ultralite, to the new defensive potential of Renegauge Security, to the possibilities we’re unlocking with Precision rimfire rifles, Savage delivers.”
These Savage Arms rifle configurations are available now, MSRPs vary based on model and options. For more info, please visit SavageArms.com.
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