SHOT Show 2020: Savage Arms Renegauge

The new Savage Renegauge is bound to draw attention this year, as its an all-new design from the company. Yes, it’s a shotgun, and quite unlike any Savages of the past. Practically all shooters know the brand for top-performing bolt-action rifles and myriad rimfires, plus its more recent MSRs on the AR-platform.

Actually, the 130-year-old company has roots in shotguns stretching from classic A.H. Fox doubles to the current Stevens imports and bolt-action Savage 212 series of slug, buckshot and turkey specialists.

For all the details on this newly designed shotgun from Savage Arms, check out our American Rifleman video above.

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