• Savage Will Launch 40 New Products at the 2019 SHOT Show

    Savage will launch more than three dozen new products within several product lines at the 2019 SHOT Show, January 22-25 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    “Savage is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of rifles and shotguns dedicated to hunting, competition, defense and having fun at the range,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing for Savage. “It’s another huge year for Savage. We are excited to deliver another year of innovative firearms in many caliber and gauge options. Whether you are looking for a training rifle for young shooters, a competition-grade modern sporting rifle, a reliable shotgun for hunting or personal defense or a lightweight hunting rifle packaged with a scope: Savage has those needs covered, plus more.”

    New 2019 Product Launch Highlights:

    2019 marks Savage’s 125th anniversary. The brand is celebrating the historic event by offering limited-edition rifles.

    The company is expanding and improving our popular XP scoped rifle lines. New models include the 110 Apex XP series, featuring Vortex scopes, and a pint-sized Rascal Target XP. Plus, the existing AXIS XP series has been upgraded with a new modernized stock.

    Savage’s game-changing AccuFit system lets shooters quickly adjust comb height and length-of-pull. The feature is an integral part of a new long-range rifle with a superior finish, the 110 High Country, as well as two new bolt-action turkey shotguns.

    The company has added to the lineup of AXIS and AXIS II rifles sold as standard base models so hunters can purchase their optics of choice. All have redesigned stocks with new looks and improved ergonomics.

    Savage’s next-generation MSR 15 and MSR 10 rifle lines continue to expand with new options built for long-range, precision and competition shooting. All deliver accuracy, performance and a full suite of custom upgrades packaged as standard features.

    Stevens 320 Security and Field Grade pump-action shotguns have received major stock upgrades that improve the reliable platform’s look and feel.

    Savage will also introduce a new specialized single-shot turkey gun designed for Federal’s.410 HEAVYWEIGHT TSS turkey loads, as well as a 16-gauge 555 Enhanced over-and-under—the latest in the lineup of sub-gauge options.

    All of these new rifles, as well as more bolt-action and semi-automatic centerfire and rimfire rifles, will be on display at Booth No. 14551 for customers to view and learn product details.

    Learn more about Savage, visit www.savagearms.com.



    Comments 10 Comments
    1. rebs's Avatar
      rebs -
      sounds like another great year for Savage and Savage shooters
    1. Robinhood's Avatar
      Robinhood -
      I wonder how many more will be eliminated?
    1. J.Baker's Avatar
      J.Baker -
      What's been eliminated Negative Ned? So far all I've seen are the 14/114 American Classic and the 11/111 BTH, but I haven't nit-picked the new catalog yet.
    1. micky_blue's Avatar
      micky_blue -
      I was hoping for a LWS in First Lite camo.
    1. PhilC's Avatar
      PhilC -
      An anniversary edition would be a great "companion" for my first year Savage 110 produced in 1957. Hmm.
    1. J.Baker's Avatar
      J.Baker -
      You need the 50th Anniversary model they offered in 2008 that was chambered in .300 Savage.
    1. PhilC's Avatar
      PhilC -
      Funny you mention that, looked at the caliber options and immediately tossed out all but the 250 and 300 Savage. I don't own any commemorative or collector guns, mine are all working guns. Would be hard to justify $1500 for something I'd only admire with white cotton gloves, but that doesn't stop me from thinking about it. ;-)
    1. AlexG.'s Avatar
      AlexG. -
      would love a left hander 6.5 Creed
    1. J.Baker's Avatar
      J.Baker -
      Quote Originally Posted by PhilC View Post
      Funny you mention that, looked at the caliber options and immediately tossed out all but the 250 and 300 Savage. I don't own any commemorative or collector guns, mine are all working guns. Would be hard to justify $1500 for something I'd only admire with white cotton gloves, but that doesn't stop me from thinking about it. ;-)
      I don't know what Savage has planned for this Anniversary stuff other than the challenge coin they showed off in the video. Whether rifles made this year will have some type of anniversary markings on them (like the Ruger 10/22's a few years back) or not is unclear at this point. I'll try to find out more once Savage's folks are back from the SHOT Show.

      You could always special order something in a .250 Savage or .300 Savage. I ordered a left-hand Model 16 LWH in .250 Savage last year and promptly punched the chamber out to Ackley Improved when it finally got here. If I were doing it again I'd probably see about getting the Model 11 LWH walnut stock rather than the synthetic, but not sure if you can get that stock in a lefty.
    1. J.Baker's Avatar
      J.Baker -
      Quote Originally Posted by AlexG. View Post
      would love a left hander 6.5 Creed
      I had that conversation with them last year regarding the LH 110 Tactical not being offered in 6.5 Creed. They said "maybe next year" but apparently they forgot?



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