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Savage Arms Shotguns: A Brief History

Savage Arms entered the shotgun market in 1920. One hundred years later, the company continues to run strong with the release of its Renegauge.

Field Test: Savage Arms Renegauge

To fully test the Savage Renegauge, NRA editors traveled the country and experienced this new shotgun in a range of conditions.

Review: Savage Arms Renegauge

Sporting a unique gas-operation system and numerous proprietary upgrades, the all-new Renegauge shotgun from Savage seeks to reprise company history.

NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Arms Renegauge Waterfowl

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine a Savage Arms semi-automatic shotgun adorned with Mossy Oak camouflage.

Editor’s Choice: Savage Renegauge

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.

New for 2020: Savage Arms Renegauge Turkey

American Rifleman Staff takes a look at the new Renegauge Turkey shotgun from Savage Arms.

SHOT Show 2020: Savage Arms Renegauge

Savage Arms made big news in its first year as an independent company with the launch of an all-new shotgun: the Renegauge.

Savage Renegauge: A Serious Rifle Maker’s Take on a Serious Shotgun

Chambered for now in 12 gauge, 3” only, the Renegauge is designed to be a rugged, shoot-it-everyday workhorse, capable in diverse scenarios and requiring little maintenance.

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