Stevens Launches Model 320 Waterfowl Camo Pump Shotgun

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posted on August 16, 2016
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Stevens has launched a new Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blade camo patterned Model 320 series 12-gauge pump shotgun. Shipments of the new scattergun should be delivered to dealers in short order.

The new Model 320s offer the same features of the company's other 320 field-grade models, including dual slide bars, a rotary bolt, rugged synthetic stock, vent rib barrel and a five-round capacity. The shotgun features interchangeable chokes, a green fiber optic front sight and is available in both stand length-of-pull and compact variants.

Features Include:

• Synthetic fore-end and stock in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades
• Bottom-load, right-eject pump action
• Mid-length fore-end
• Long green fiber optic front sight
• Standard length-of-pull: 13.75 inches
• Compact length-of-pull: 13.25 inches
• Dual side bars and rotary belt
• Five-plus-one capacity
• Vent-rib barrel

Both the standard and compact stock versions will ship with an MSRP of $273.

For more information, go to SavageArms.com.

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