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NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Arms Impulse Hog Hunter

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” video preview, American Rifleman staff check out an American-made straight-pull rifle from Savage Arms.

Review: Savage 110 Ultralite

The Savage 110 Ultralite bolt-acton rifle combines the benefits of Savage's bolt and barrel nut design with the addition of a lightweight PROOF Research carbon-fiber barrel.

Savage A17: A Solid Semi-Auto Shooter

Savage’s A17 accomplishes what few other manufacturers have been able to—a semi-automatic in .17 HMR.

Review: Savage Arms Model 110 Elite Precision

In its Model 110 Elite Precision, Savage Arms provides a tack-driving, affordable platform loaded with enhancements.

New for 2020: Savage Arms 110 Ultralite

For hunters and shooters interested in shaving off weight, Savage Arms released its 110 Ultralite in 2020.

A First Look at 2020's New Guns

Plenty of new firearm models on display at the 2019 NASGW is a positive indication that 2020 will offer more of the same from industry giants as well as smaller manufacturers.

Savage Arms to Debut Precision Series Chassis Rifles

Savage Arms' three new chassis rifles in its new Precision Series during the Grind/Bushnell PRO/AM.

The Little Savage: .250-3000

After a century, the sun is setting on the .250-3000 Savage. Many decades ago, though, the Savage cartridge was extremely popular and chambered in a variety of rifles, from bolt-actions, such as the Winchester Models 54 and 70, to the lever-action Savage 99—the rifle to which the cartridge is most often linked.

Tested: The Modern Savage Rifle

For more than a century, Savage Arms has kept its customers shooting with a variety of traditional sporting arms. Now it has an updated logo and a new series of MSRs—in this case, Modern Savage Rifles—based on the AR-pattern semi-automatic design.

AccuFit: The New Shape of Savage

Savage’s new AccuFit synthetic stock allows shooters to easily customize the rifle’s dimensions to suit their individual needs—and takes the company in a new direction visually.

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