savage_overwatch_3.jpg

Savage Adds New Rifle Options in Mossy Oak Overwatch—Official Camo Pattern of NRA

Multiple calibers of A Series, B Series, AXIS II, Model 110s, and MSRs finished in Overwatch have been delivered to dealers.​

Savage Special Order Shop

The Savage Special Order Shop is capable of taking the majority of models in the company’s catalog and reconfiguring them in ways both large and small to match the customer’s wants and needs—at surprisingly reasonable prices.

Savage Adds New Configurations, Mossy Oak Overwatch to Rifle Lineup

The introductions include several caliber additions and model upgrades to Savage’s existing center-fire and rimfire product lines.

Honor Defense Launches Mossy Oak Overwatch Pistols

Honor Defense has introduced a line of pistols with slides patterned in Mossy Oak Overwatch, the official camouflage pattern of the NRA.

How to Build a Custom 10/22 Rifle at Home

Here is a closer look at the features available to home builders and a step-by-step walkthrough of the process.

Mossy Oak "Overwatch" Named Official Camouflage Pattern of NRA

Mossy Oak and the National Rifle Association have joined forces to preserve America’s hunting heritage and outdoor lifestyles.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Gunsite Option Targets

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach heads to the range with Gunsite Option Targets.

Tested: CVA Accura Plains Rifle Package

The Accura Plains Rifle (PR) is a break-action, inline muzzleloader from Connecticut Valley Arms (CVA), and because it does not fire a metallic cartridge, the purchase of this style of firearm does not require federal paperwork, making direct ordering an option.

Product Preview: Cabela’s Silent Stalk Hunting Boots

Cabela’s Silent Stalk Hunting Boots combine full-grain leather uppers, Microtex microweave construction and Gore-Tex interior linings to create footwear that is durable and water-resistant, yet comfortable and quiet.

Tested: Yankee Hill Machine HRC-200

Yankee Hill Machine Co. (YHM) makes a broad variety of parts and accessories for AR-pattern rifles, however, the 66-year-old machining company from Florence, Mass., is also in the business of producing complete firearms of its own.

Page 2 of 3

Interests



Subscribe to the NRA American Rifleman newsletter