One for the Ladies: The Savage Lady Hunter Rifle
What does it mean when a gun is deemed a "women's rifle?" For some it simply means cutting down the length and painting it pink, but Savage's new Lady Hunter rifle challenges that tendency, offering performance and durability in an attractive, lightweight package. Savage achieved a lighter, shorter barrel by removing weight from the forend, and included a higher comb to better suit women's necks.
Savage Arms Announces "Save on a Savage" Promotion
Savage Arms has announced a new rebate program, appropriately titled "Save on a Savage," which is offering customers the chance to receive cash back on the purchase of any one of dozens of Savage rifles.
NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Arms Hog Hunter
The Model 11/111 Hog Hunter stems from the Model 110 rifle action that has made Savage so popular. Designed with the nation's ever-growing feral pig population in mind, the Hog Hunter features a 20" barrel that comes factory threaded for any muzzle device that you might have in mind. And, starting this year, it became available in .338 Federal.
Hardware: Savage Hog Hunter
Even if feral pigs aren’t something you often find in your crosshairs, Savage’s little utilitarian bolt-action should draw your attention. The Hog Hunter is built to be tough, affordable and deliver results, too—and it succeeds on all three counts.
Review: CCI A22 Magnum Ammo
Lost in the brilliance of the award-winning Savage Arms A17 was the new ammunition developed alongside it by CCI. Now the A17—and its namesake ammunition—have cousins of a sort in the Savage Arms A22 and CCI's A22 Mag.
5 Things You Need to Know About the Savage Lightweight Hunter
Looking to pack light? Savage Arms has you covered.