Savage 110 Carbon Predator

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.

New For 2022: Savage Arms A22 Takedown

The latest addition to Savage Arms' A22 family of rimfire rifles is the A22 Takedown, which is built with an innovative mechanism that allows for easy storage and transport.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Savage Arms Stance

Watch American Rifleman staff on the NRA Tech Range with a concealed-carry gun from Savage Arms that is chambered for 9 mm Luger and loaded with special features.

New For 2022: Savage Arms Impulse Mountain Hunter

Savage Arms expands its well-regarded Impulse line of straight-pull, bolt-action rifles with the introduction of the new Impulse Mountain Hunter.

This Old Gun: Model 1907 Savage Automatic

Following many European militaries’ trend toward the adoption of semi-automatic pistols, in 1907, the United States Army held a series of trials with the aim of selecting a self-loader for its own forces.

Review: Savage Arms Stance

With one of its newest offerings, the Stance pistol, Savage recalls its past and proves that its name is not only synonymous with accurate, cost-effective bolt-action rifles.

Savage Arms Model 110: Nicholas Brewer's Legacy

In 1956 Savage Arms launched an ambitious project—creating a new bolt-action rifle built for longevity and reliability, one the company could offer at an affordable price. Add the requirement that it also needed to be accurate, and designer Nicolas Brewer faced with a formidable task.

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