Savage Arms Introduces Landry Signature Series

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posted on April 3, 2015
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Savage Arms has introduced its new Landry Signature Series of rifles, three gator-themed, bolt-action rimfires dedicated to the Landry family. Troy, Jacob and Chase Landry—of History’s Swamp People—make a living as professional alligator hunters in the Atchafalaya Basin, and Savage has built them three new models designed to thrive in such a rigorous environment.

All three models—the Landry Rascal, the Mark II FV-SR Landry and the Model 93 FV-SR Landry—feature synthetic stocks sporting distinctive alligator-scaled camouflage, Troy Landry’s signature and “Choot ‘Em” logo. Each rifle also includes the Savage user-adjustable AccuTrigger.

The Landry Rascal is a single-shot rifle with adjustable peep sights chambered in .22 Long Rifle, weighing 2.66 lbs. and measuring 31.5” long. Other than their chamberings, the Mark II FV-SR Landry (.22 Long Rifle) and Model 93 FV-SR Landry (.22 WMR) are very similar—both weigh 5.5 lbs. and feature enlarged bolt handles, threaded barrels and five-round-capacity magazines. Shipments of these guns are already being delivered to distributors. Price: $230 (Rascal), $340 (Mark II), $420 (Model 93). Contact: Savage Arms, 100 Springdale Road, Westfield, MA 01085; (413) 642-4262; savagearms.com.

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