Exclusive Factory Footage: Savage Arms MSR

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posted on January 2, 2017

Savage Arms is entering the AR-15 game with the launch of its new MSR, or "Modern Savage Rifle." The company teased the arrival of its new release in December, but put off officially announcing the MSR line until the New Year arrived. The wait is now over—and we were able to obtain some exclusive footage, straight from the Savage Arms factory, of the MSR line in production. Check out the video embedded above for a closer look.

At its launch, the line will feature four models: the MSR 15 Patrol, MSR 15 Recon, MSR 10 Hunter and MSR 10 Long Range. The MSR 15 Patrol and MSR 15 Recon will both be chambered in .223 Rem., while the MSR 10 Hunter and MSR 10 Long Range will both be available in either .308 Win. or 6.5 Creedmoor.

Expect more Savage MSR coverage on AmericanHunter.org when our editors journey to SHOT Show 2017 later this month.

For more information, go to SavageArms.com.

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