The new Stevens 334 bolt-action rifle series is feature rich and comes in both black synthetic and walnut stock across three popular hunting calibers. 

Part of Savage's imported value line, the Stevens 334 comes standard with a 60-degree bolt lift, a two-stage adjustable trigger, and a button-rifled free-floating barrel that ends in an 11-degree target crown. They are optics-ready with a drilled and tapped receiver on Savage Model 110 spacing and a steel 1913 top Picatinny rail. Available in either synthetic or walnut, each with a three-shot detachable box magazine, the new rifles will be offered in .243 Winchester, .308 Winchester, and 6.5 Creedmoor. 

Savage Stevens 334 rifles
The rifle features a two-stage adjustable trigger and a 60-degree bolt lift to allow faster loading on follow-up shots. The .243 and .308 run 20-inch barrels while the 6.5 CM ships with a 22-inch barrel. (Photo: Savage)
Savage Stevens 334 rifles
The carbon steel receiver uses an integrated recoil lug to help mitigate the shoulder bruises on the 7-pound rifles. Other standard features on the Stevens 334 series are two sling swivel studs and an ergonomic stock with a recoil butt pad.  (Photo: Savage)
Savage Stevens 334 rifles
The walnut-finished rifles have a silver bolt while the synthetic-stocked variants used a matte black action.  (Photo: Savage)

The MSRP on the new Stevens 334 series rifles from Savage is $389 on synthetic models and $489 on walnut variants.