Stevens Releases 555 Enhanced Over/Under

posted on December 20, 2016

Savage Arms has announced the launch of the new Stevens 555 Enhanced Over/Under shotgun. The Enhanced model features upgrades to the popular 555 design, including an Imperial walnut stock and forend.

Also included in the Enhanced package are an auto shell ejector and a laser-engraved Filigree ornament receiver. Standard features include a manual safety and a single, selective mechanical trigger. Five interchangeable choke tubes are included to help the 555 meet any shooting need.

The 555 Enhanced will be available in four models: 12-gauge, 20-gauge, 28-gauge and .410 bore. All four shotguns will ship with an MSRP of $863.


• Auto Ejector
• Imperial Walnut Stock
• Laser Engraved Filigree Ornament
• 5 Interchangeable Chokes
• Lightweight Alloy Receiver
• Single Selective Mechanical Triggers
• Chrome-lined barrels
• Tang-mounted safety 

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