Fox by Savage Arms Adds New A Grade Series Shotguns

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posted on August 18, 2017
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Fox Shotguns by Savage Arms has added new A Grade Series Shotguns to its line, which features the same components and style that have made all Fox shotguns the envy of collectors. Each of the four box-lock side-by-sides in the series features a beautifully checkered American black walnut stock, splinter fore-end and a bone and charcoal case color-finished receiver. Available in 12- and 20-gauge, with 26" or 28" barrels.

Features 
• Box lock, side-by-side shotgun
• 14½" length of pull, 1½" drop at comb 
• American black walnut stock with oil finish and precision-cut checkering
• Straight buttstock grip and splinter fore-end
• 26" or 28" barrels with solid game rib
• Front brass bead sight
• Includes interchangeable improved cylinder, modified and full chokes
• Double triggers and automatic safety
• Bone and charcoal case color-finished receiver
• Polymer carrying case

MSRP: $4,999

For more information visit savagearms.com

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