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Made with hunters in mind, the Savage Arms 212 is a bolt-action 12-gauge rifled barrel shotgun with superb accuracy and modern features in a package designed specifically for use in slug-only zones. It features a free-floating steel barrel with button rifling and a matte black finish, as well as an adjustable trigger with a crisp release. The 212 also employs a thick rubber pad to reduce felt recoil, 2-round detachable magazine, an ambidextrous tang safety, and sling swivel studs.

• Bolt-action slug gun
• Adjustable AccuTrigger
• Synthetic stock
• Free-floating, steel barrel
• Drilled and tapped receiver

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