Browse the Guns.com inventory for Savage rifles for sale at competitive prices. We have dozens of listings for semi-auto and bolt-action rifles, including the Savage Model 10, 10/110, AXIS, and the single-shot Rascal. Many of the best hunters and competitors trust Savage rifles because they are made to perform and deliver unparalleled accuracy.
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Savage Arms was founded in 1894 in Utica, New York, after Arthur William Savage secured two patents. Over the last century, the company has grown tremendously but has always held steadfast to the principles of its founders, including a no-nonsense attitude, hard-working spirit, and get-it-done ingenuity.
Today, the company combines the knowledge and experience of years past with ever-evolving technology to offer consumers legendary products in which "better comes standard." Presently, they offer nearly 300 different long guns. And Savage continues to look to the future, dedicated to discovering new ways to push performance to a higher level.
Whether you choose Savage Arms for recreational or competitive shooting, hunting, or anything in between, every inch of their firearms is designed to outdo the competition and exude excellence.
Savage Arms currently manufactures over a dozen different families of rifles, each offering several different features, finishes, and options. Some of the best-selling models include the Savage Model 10, 10/110, AXIS, Mark Series, and the Rascal.
The Savage Model 10 is a bolt-action rifle built with a drilled and tapped steel receiver, carbon steel barrel, and synthetic stock with recoil pad. It features a user-adjustable AccuTrigger and a detachable box magazine. The Model 10 is available in several variants.
Made in numerous variants and similar to the Model 10, the 10/110 is a bolt-action rifle built with a drilled and tapped receiver and a carbon steel barrel. It utilizes the AccuTrigger and a detachable box magazine, while the stock is either synthetic or made of hardwood, depending on the variant.
The AXIS is a light centerfire bolt-action rifle with a low price. Made with a drilled and tapped receiver, synthetic stock, carbon steel barrel, and AccuTrigger, the AXIS Series offers more than 20 variants, each with different features and options available.
The Mark Series consists of the Mark I, a single-shot, bolt-action 22-caliber rifle; and the Mark II, a bolt-action rimfire chambered in 22 LR with a detachable box magazine. Both are made with a drilled and tapped receiver and a steel barrel. Stocks are available in synthetic or wood, and both models feature Savage's patented AccuTrigger.
Another top-seller is the Savage Arms Rascal, a single-shot, bolt-action rifle that is lightweight and perfect for youth. It offers an AccuTrigger and peep sights, and is built with a drilled and tapped receiver, as well as a synthetic stock, which is available in an array of colors.
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