Savage’s new A17 delayed-blowback semi-auto magnum rimfire rifle is now shipping. This new design was built from the ground up to handle high-pressure ammo.
Naysayers will harp on its inexpensive finish and plain appearance, but can’t argue with its performance. This rifle is for shooters who treat their guns like tools, not idols.
SIG Sauer, Savage and Springfield are all running some great promos this summer. If you want to get in on the action, better move fast.
New NSSF poll finds that only four out of ten Americans support extending background checks to private transfers between buyers and sellers at gun shows.
Looking for long range accuracy? Savage is a great place to start. And their Model 111 Long Range Hunter is no exception. This beastly bolt action delivers 285 grain boat tailed hollow points down range at more than 2,700 fps.
When I purchased this rifle for about $200, I wondered if I should have just found a used .22 for $120. But every time I take this rifle to the range, I’m glad I paid the extra money for the Savage.
Suppliers in Australia and New Zealand are starting warn shooters about the difficulties of finding ammunition and ammo components — including the police.
When you say Winchester shotguns, most people think of the Model 97 Trench gun, the Model 1200, or the elegant double barrel Model 21. Rarely do they mention the better constructed and for its time much more popular Winchester Model 12.
The Savage Model 42 is a great fun gun. It is a good teaching tool. It is great for plinking and poking holes in cans. It can even handle some light hunting tasks. And, with three simple and inexpensive additions, the Model 42 becomes an ideal choice for a bug out. Grab and go.
The Savage Model 42 is one of the more interesting new survival tools out there. A combination gun, the Model 43 is now available in .22 WMR/.410 bore.