NEW Savage Arms A17 Now Offered With Bushnell A17 Riflescope

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posted on July 13, 2016
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Most of us are aware of the modern “farm to table” food trend, so why not “store to field” or "store to range" when it comes to buying a firearm? Savage Arms has come up with a solution in its newly launched A17 XP scope-package gun that features a Bushnell A17 scope—already mounted and boresighted. More good news is that shipments of this new rifle are already landing on dealers' shelves.

The Savage A17 platform, when it was introduced in 2015, was the first reliable high-performance semi-automatic rimfire specifically designed for the 17 HMR cartridge. American Rifleman offered two feature stories on the rifle, as well as an article on the CCI A17 .17 HMR ammo, which you can enjoy here:

Review: Savage A17 Rimfire Rifle 
Savage A17: Semi-Auto Screamer
CCI A17 .17 HMR Ammunition 

Here’s what the rifle and scope package feautures:

  • Bushnell A17 riflescope, mounted and boresighted
  • Delayed-blowback action ensures safe, reliable cycling
  • Hard-chrome bolt with oversized bolt handle
  • Case-hardened receiver and 22” button-rifled barrel
  • 10-round rotary magazine
  • User-adjustable AccuTrigger


Part No. / Description / MSRP
47011 / A17 XP package rifle, 17 HMR / $578

Savage Arms is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. To learn more about Savage Arms, visit savagearms.com.

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