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    Suppose you're a newcomer in the arms-making industry - an upstart battling giants that have devoured small competitors. Suppose you've invented an amazing rifle - but no one knows about it. And suppose the rugged men of the American frontier won't even try your rifle because they figure the caliber is too small to slap down a grizzly or an elk. What do you do? You prove that your gun can stop a whale! It's as simple as that. . . if the year is 1900 and if you're as brilliant as Arthur Savage.
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    The biggest news from Savage for 2007 is the all new Target AccuTrigger which is available on select Target models and is adjustable from 6-oz. to 2.5-lbs. Other notable new items include the Model 12 F-Class Target Rifle, the Model 12 F/TR Target Rifle, four different Target Actions, the Mark II-Classic and the 93R17 Classic. ...
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    Below you will find the supplimental Savage Milano Catalog in PDF format which contains all the details and information pertaining to the Savage Milano Over/Under shotguns. New for 2006, the Milano O/U shotguns are produced by F.A.I.R. (Fabbrica Armi Isidoro Rizzini) in the Brescia Valley of northern Italy. ...
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    2005 proved to be a big year for Savage as it marked the launch of the center-feed magazine system in select models. This was also the year the Model 14/114 American Classic was introduced, as well as the Model 210FT Turkey Gun, the Model 40 Varmint Hunter, and the Mark II-FVT with peep sights. 2005 also marked the introduction of the Stevens 200 and the .17 Hornady Mach 2 rimfire cartridge.
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    Published on 03-19-2008 05:53 AM  Number of Views: 389 
    L-R  Parker Hale, Watson, Marbles S1, Lyman 3rd variation, Lyman #18 and a Lyman #19

    To begin let me start by saying that this is only the tip of the iceberg, I could write a 2nd article just on the iron sights themselves and the different ones for different models. What Ill try to do with this short article is give you an idea of what you have for the first time Savage owner. I wont be covering any of Savages newer offerings but rather the old pre-1960s rifles.
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    Published on 02-27-2007 06:11 AM  Number of Views: 191 
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    Yes, I know every company out there has offered a single shot shotgun at some time or another but how many break action rifles do we see these days? Aside from the Thompson centers, who I think more or less based their entire gun on Savages design, we don't see these to often.
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    Published on 04-10-2006 07:45 AM  Number of Views: 161 
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    This is by far the hardest subject that anybody has ever tried to write an article on. The Montreal Home Guard issue Savage 1899 military musket was a special order rifle lot for a group of Canadian citizens. That's right, citizens. The group of men were all officers of the Quebec Savings and Trust Co. located in Montreal P.Q. Later on it became the Canada Permanent Trust Co. and was affiliated with the Montreal Polo Club in some way. ...
    Published on 09-12-2005 07:36 AM  Number of Views: 172 
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    This article is a basic idea of what to look for when shopping for a Savage lever action rifle. Its going to cover just about everything from when Arthur Savage first started right up till Savage made the biggest mistake in its career and discontinued making the 99.
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    Published on 01-03-2005 07:15 AM  Number of Views: 321 
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    The Model 1920 Savage Hi-Power rifle was the first attempt of the Savage Arms Company to turn out a bolt-action high-power rifle. As in most high-power bolt actions it was a solid-frame job and was excellent in its design. It had a very short life, which is to be regretted as it had many features the later types of Savage rifles do not include.
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    Published on 12-13-2004 06:28 AM  Number of Views: 883 
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    by Robert (Bob) Greenleaf

    Since its introduction in January of 1958 the Savage Model 110 rifle has had its fans. A bit unusual in design and construction, it has always been a good value and exceptionally accurate. In recent years its popularity has increased considerably and thus this story of the Model 110 rifle. A study and analysis of the rifle requires a look at what Savage had done previously in regards to high power bolt action rifles.
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