Savage Has Overwatch Covered

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posted on November 25, 2020
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Overwatch-clad firearm models


The National Rifle Association has provided overwatch for Americans’ Second Amendment rights for nearly 150 years, a fact that served as inspiration back in 2018 when the Association and Mossy Oak (mossyoak.com) partnered to create NRA’s first ever official camouflage pattern: Overwatch. Mossy Oak’s first pattern developed entirely in a 3D modeling environment, Overwatch provides unparalleled concealment in a variety of settings and even incorporates the NRA logo into its pattern.

While other companies also offer Overwatch-clad firearm models, Savage Arms, in particular, has embraced the camouflage by introducing the eight-rifle Overwatch Series. Pictured (top to bottom) are four examples from the line: a B22 FV-SR, an Axis II, an MSR 15 Recon 2.0 and a Model 110 Ridge Warrior. 
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