Elbert Searle's Prototype Savage Squeeze-Cocker Pistol
Elbert Searle isn't one of the most well-known firearm designers, but his Savage Model 1907 and its derivatives were popular guns in their time. Now, a unique prototype pistol of his has been discovered, illustrating what else could have been in Savage's early 20th-century handgun lineup.
Surveys Show Changes In Ammo, Shooting Gear Preferences
According to six Southwick Associates' surveys, hunters and firearm enthusiasts have indicated a shift in purchase preferences over the last several years. What does this mean for the future of product announcements? Read on:
Gun Of The Week: Savage 93 Minimalist
Head to the range this week with American Rifleman staff as they discuss a trim little repeater from Savage Arms that comes chambered for the .22 WMR cartridge.
Review: Savage Model 110 PCS
Sometimes a long-barreled firearm is called for when the shooter wishes to squeeze every little bit of ballistic performance out of a cartridge.
Savage AccuTrigger Celebrates 20th Anniversary
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the AccuTrigger, a blade-in-bow safety and user-adjustable trigger system designed and marketed by Savage Arms in 2003.
Review: Savage Arms 110 Carbon Tactical FDE
Savage Arms is extending its operations to produce a lightweight, fast-action bolt rifle fitted with the latest company offerings that makes for a tactically capable system any user can get behind, and it features a carbon-fiber-wrapped barrel from PROOF Research.
New For 2023: Savage Arms 110 Carbon Predator
Announced at the 2023 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nev., the new 110 Carbon Predator builds upon a legendary design with noteworthy components that make for a lightweight and fully capable hunting rifle.
New For 2023: Savage A22 Takedown
Savage Arms announced a handy new addition in the stable for 2023, a takedown version of its semi-automatic A22 rimfire rifle chambered for the ubiquitous .22 LR.
New For 2023: Savage Stevens 334 Bolt-Action Rifle
Savage Arms brought back an affordable rifle to the Stevens lineup with the 334, which is available in several popular chamberings and can be had with either a synthetic or walnut stock.
New For 2022: Savage Arms 1911
For the first time, Savage Arms is now producing an M1911 handgun, and it's a premium product made right here in America at the Savage factory.