First Look: Savage Renegauge Prarie

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posted on December 9, 2020
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Savage has updated its semi-automatic Renegauge shotgun with a TrueTimber Prarie camouflage stock, to create the Renegauge Prarie. The gun's patented D.R.I.V. (dual Regulating Inline Valve) gas system ensures excess gas vents before it drives the bolt, resulting in more consistent ejection, less recoil, and a quick cycle rate. This also means the Renegauge can handle both hot high-brass loads, and mild low-recoil shells. Further, length-of-pull, comb height and drop at heel are all adjustable to fit, meaning the Renegauge can be customized to almost any size shooter. Finally, the Cerakoted action and TrueTimber Prarie camo stock make the gun perfect for any kind of wingshooting. Learn more about this 12-gauge scattergun, which comes equipped with a 3-inch chamber and a 28-inch barrel, at savagearms.comMSRP: $1,599

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