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    by Published on 05-19-2017 01:15 PM  Number of Views: 341 
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    In 1995 Savage Arms purchased the Lakefield Arms Company of Lakefield, Ont. Lakefield Arms had long been a leader in manufacturing reasonably priced rimfire rifles in both bolt-action and semi-automatic configurations. This acquisition allowed Savage to return to the rimfire market 1996, and for many years now they have been one of the top producers of rimfire rifles.

    The continued sales success Savage experienced with its rimfire line of bolt-action rifles unfortunately lead to some complacency and an unwillingness to update the design or address the few issues it had. Aside from the addition of the AccuTrigger in 2006, the basic bolt-action design remained unchanged from its introduction in 1996 through today. That has changed for 2017 however as Savage has introduced an all new B-Series bolt-action rimfire rifles.

    While the new B-Series rifles and the old Mark I/II/93R Series rifles may look very similar ...
    by Published on 04-10-2017 04:41 PM  Number of Views: 1421 
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    In 2010 Savage Arms introduced the Model 110 BA, their first centerfire rifle to feature an aluminum chassis. While innovative at the time, the chassis used on the 110 BA and its siblings (the 10 BA, 110 BAS-K and 110 BAT/S-K) was bulky and heavy resulting in a rifle that weighed as much as 18-pounds sans optic. Recognizing this, the development team at Savage ...
    by Published on 03-07-2017 08:44 PM
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    Well known YouTuber 22Plinkster recently posted his review of Savage's A22 Magnum semi-automatic rimfire rifle chambered in .22 WMR. After a brief introduction and shooting a magazine's worth of steel plates he takes it out to the 100 yard range to see what kind of accuracy it will deliver with a ...
    Published on 12-28-2015 09:38 AM
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    In January of 2013 Savage Arms announced an all new rifle chambered for an all new rimfire cartridge. The rifle was their new B-Mag bolt action, and the cartridge was the .17 Winchester Super Magnum. The first B-Mag rifles started showing up at the dealers in late summer and initial reports for the sporter barreled synthetic stocked model were ho-hum to say the least. Accuracy was sporadic and a good number of buyers experienced feeding ...
    Published on 10-08-2015 02:47 PM
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    The fine folks at Savage Arms have been trying to regain a foothold in the American shotgun market for a little over a decade now. In 2004 Savage brought forth its first non-bolt action shotgun in over 15 years - the Russian made (Baikal) Stevens Model 411 Upland Sporter side-by-side 12-gauge shotgun. It was a nice looking, well made scatter gun with an MSRP of just $395, but it disappeared from the catalog after just one year.
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    Published on 08-19-2015 05:09 PM
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    Scout rifles were first defined and promoted by Jeff Cooper back in the early 1980ís as a new class of general-purpose rifles. Such rifles are based around a bolt-action rifle chambered in .308 Winchester (7.62x51mm), are less than a meter in length, weigh less than three kilograms (6.6-lbs), come with iron sights, are fitted with a practical sling (such as Ching slings) for shooting and carrying, and are capable of hitting a human size targets out to 450 meters ...

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