Savage Arms just released its newest shotgun, the Renegauge Waterfowl. The semi-auto 12-gauge comes with a Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades camo finish, making it ready to take afield.
Savage Renegauge Waterfowl Details
“The Renegauge Waterfowl is proof of Savage’s commitment to American sportsmen and women,” Jessica Treglia, Sr. Brand Manager at Savage Arms, said. “We’ve been working on the gun for several years, making sure every aspect worked efficiently and reliably. Wingshooters go through hell to get the perfect shot, and these new Savages will deliver.”
The Renegauge Waterfowl features oversized controls, enabling shooters to operate the gun with gloved hands. Savage tested the platform under rigorous real-world hunting conditions. The action will cycle any shells from 3-inch magnums to 2 3/4-inch target rounds, according to Savage. Meanwhile, the D.R.I.V system ensures excess gas vents before driving the bolt. The system delivers consistent ejection, less felt recoil and a fast cyclic rate, according to Savage.
The shotgun’s stock allows for both large and small adjustments to fit. It features interchangeable recoil pads and cheek risers. Additionally, it comes with shims that help fine-tune minute adjustments. The gun sets up 20 different ways, providing tremendous versatility.
Savage Renegauge Waterforwl Features
- D.R.I.V. gas system
- Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades Camo
- Adjustable stock for length of pull, comb height, and drop & cast
- One-piece, chrome plated action bar assembly
- Chrome plated reciprocating components
- Stock rod buffer to reduce felt recoil
- Fluted barrel with Melonite finish
- Carbon steel ventilated rib with red fiberoptic sight
- Competition-ready easy loading magazine port
- Oversized controls
- 3 interchangeable flush mount choke tubes (Beretta/Benelli) – IC, M, F
- Hard-sided carrying case
- MSRP: $1,549
For more information, visit savagearms.com.
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