Savage Arms recently unveiled its AccuFit system--a new synthetic stock design that allows shooters to customize both the rifle’s length of pull and comb height quickly and easily in the field.
Savage Arms really shook up its product lineup in 2003 and again in 2009 with the introductions of the AccuTrigger and AccuStock systems, respectively, and the company is revamping its bolt-action line again in 2018 with the unveiling of nine models featuring the new AccuFit synthetic stock design.
SAVAGE is charging into the rough-and-ready shotgun category with the Renegauge, an upscale, U.S.-built semi-automatic with a unique, home-grown gas operation that stifles recoil, plus a stock incorporating custom-fit features from the company’s AccuFit rifles.
If you know Savage Arms and its history, you’ll understand that the legacy brand is known for ditching the status quo in favor of “hot-shot” engineering. A famed design of the 1960s has lead the company in a direction that now positions itself to provide the American market with an action design the likes of which have never been seen before—the Impulse.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff check out an American-made straight-pull rifle from Savage Arms.