by American Hunter Staff - Thursday, January 21, 2016
Though it has a storied history all its own, having been founded in 1864, Stevens is now a division of Savage Arms, and is responsible for the company's small, but growing, shotgun line. Prior to this most recent SHOT Show, Stevens had only three models in regular production—a pair of pump guns and an over/under. But for 2016, the company is indeed entering the inertia gun market with the introduction of the S1200.
The S1200 will be offered in 26- and 28-inch barrel lengths in its basic black synthetic finish, retailing at $573. Models adorned in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass or Bottomland are available only in a 28-inch configuration, and ship with an MSRP of $629. A walnut stock version, also only available in the 28-inch iteration, will be available for $685.
Get a closer look at the new scattergun in the video embedded above.
For more information, go to SavageArms.com.
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