Massachusetts-based Savage Arms this week announced a series of three different wallet-friendly Stevens 320 series shotguns in 20- and 12-gauge, complete with thumbhole stocks. 

Across the line, all of the 320s use chrome alloy steel barrels with 3-inch chambers, a bottom-loading tube magazine with a 5-shot capacity, and a traditional pump action with dual slide bars and a rotary bolt. On the new thumbhole models, the synthetic stocks include an ambidextrous cheek riser and sling swivel studs on both the stock and magazine cap. Best yet, the MSRP starts at $275.

“Our Stevens shotguns have proven to be very versatile for hunters and home defense,” said Jessica Treglia, Sr. Brand Manager at Savage Arms, said. “And now we’re adding the thumbhole option to our 320 line with a new Turkey gun, and two different defensive shotguns. These shotguns are light, highly ergonomic, and built on the tested pump action that makes Stevens shotguns so reliable.”

Security Models


Each of the Stevens 320 thumbhole variants come standard with an 18.5-inch barrel with a matte black forend and what Savage terms "aggressive" stock texturing. Besides the options for 12 and 20, there are also options for either a traditional bead sight or a tactical ghost ring. 

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Turkey Models


Ditching the black-on-black look carried by the Stevens 320 Security models, the Turkey variants utilize an OD green thumbhole stock. Built for the gobbler game, they include an extended extra full Win Choke on a 22-inch barrel and come standard with adjustable fiberoptic turkey sights. 

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