The new Minimalist rifles from Savage blend laminate wood furniture with improved ergonomics for a modern rimfire.
Offered in .22 LR (Mark II) as well as .22 WMR and .17 HMR calibers (Model 93) in a choice between green or brown finishes, the Minimalist series consists of a half-dozen bolt-action rifles across the variants. All share the same receiver style and lightweight laminate stock. All come standard with a threaded 18-inch carbon steel sporter contour barrel, 10-round detachable magazine, and a user-adjustable Accu-Trigger.
“Minimalist combines the perfect balance of lightweight ergonomics and reliable performance,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing for Savage. “At just 5.68-pounds, they’re perfect for backyard plinking or hunting on the move. You can carry one all day and hardly feel it.”
With an overall length of 37-inches, each Minimalist has a 13.75-inch length of pull. The series comes sans sights but with two short Weaver-style scope bases pre-installed. Suppressor-ready, they have threaded muzzles with a common 1/2x28TPI thread pitch and cap.
MSRP is $359 across the board.