Savage Arms Adds B-Series Bolt-Action Rimfire Rifles

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posted on December 19, 2016
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Savage Arms has introduced its B-Series B17, B22 and B22 Magnum bolt-action rimfire rifles, which are being offered 12 caliber options in a price range from $281 to $413. 

The new models' ergonomically designed stock, higher comb, top tang safety and target-style, vertical pistol grip allow shooters to hold the rifle in a more natural position that puts less pressure on the wrist.

The B Series includes a dozen new models in configurations including Sporter Barrel, Heavy Barrel, Heavy Threaded (suppressor ready) and Heavy Stainless. Like the popular A Series rimfires, all B Series rifles feature a 10-round rotary magazine and the accuracy-boosting adjustable AccuTrigger.

Features
· Four configurations available in 22 LR, 22 WMR and 17 HMR
· User-adjustable AccuTrigger
· 10-round rotary magazine
· Button-rifled barrel
· Modern, ergonomic composite stock
· Top tang safety
· Drilled and tapped for scope mounts

Find out more at savagearms.com 

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