Savage Introduces Landry Signature Series Rifles

Savage bolt-action rifle with synthetic stock finished in gator camo

To help promote and showcase its new rimfire bolt-action rifle series, Savage brings television reality stars, Troy, Jacob and Chase Landry to its booth no. 1524 at the 2015 NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. The Landrys star on History channels, “Swamp People” now in its sixth season.

Troy, Jacob and Chase will appear at the Savage booth to sign autographs and take pictures on Saturday, April 11 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and again on Sunday, April 12 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The Swamp People Landry crew will be on hand to introduce the new Savage Landry Signature Series bolt-action rimfire rifles. In the series are the youth rifle Rascal, .22 LR with fluted barrel Mark II and magnum series Model 93. Each rifle has a synthetic stock finished in gator camo, featuring Troy Landry’s signature and the “Choot ‘Em” logo. All three rifles have a blued carbon steel barrel and feature Savage’s famous adjustable AccuTrigger.

The Rascal Youth rifle is a single-shot, .22 LR rimfire rifle with 16-inch barrel, adjustable peep sight and sized just right for young ‘uns. It is 31.5 inches overall and weighs 2.66 pounds. MSRP on the Rascal is $233.

The fluted barrel Mark II is chambered for .22 LR and has a five-round detachable box magazine. The barrel is 16.5 inches long. Its overall length is 35.25 inches and it weighs 5.5 pounds. The Mark II Landry Signature Series rifle MSRP is $461.

Part of the magnum series, the Model 93 FV-SR is chambered in .22 Magnum (.22 WMR) and has a 16.5-inch barrel, five-round detachable box magazine, weighs 5.5 pounds and is 35.25 inches overall. The MSRP on this model is $424.

This latest signature series from Savage joins the centerfire Landry series of gator-camoed rifles, the Axis SR in .223 Remington and .308 Winchester.

As professional alligator hunters in the swamps of Louisiana’s Atchafalaya River Basin, the Landrys demand a dependable rifle that stands up in wet and humid environments, and that is why they trust Savage. Tom Landry says, “We push ourselves to extremes while hunting every day. I need a gun that I can push to the same extremes and know it will perform in the high-pressure world of gator hunting. That’s why I’m happy we’ll have Savage rifles in our hands.” During the Meeting, Savage is also introducing and displaying the new Axis II XP.

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Comments (5)

  1. Good luck getting VA to help fix what they broke under Obama the weak, they wait for us to die so they don’t have to pay

  2. In the first part of the story it is correctly stated that TROY, Jacob and Chase Landry are going to be signing autographs. But then later in the story former Dallas Cowboys coach TOM Landry is somehow quoted as talking about hunting.

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