Savage Arms has discovered that the bolt on some B.MAG rifles may inadvertently catch the safety button and slide it forward into the “fire” position. This condition is primarily present if downward pressure is applied to the bolt too early while pushing it forward.
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After seven years in development, Savage is proud to introduce the first modern reliable semiautomatic rifle chambered for .17 HMR. How did they do it? Watch this video to learn how. The new A17 semi-auto rifle from Savage Arms is chambered for the 17 HMR cartridge. MSRP is $465. The A17, Stock Number 47001, has a delayed-blowback action, hard chrome bolt, case-hardened receiver, and 10-round detachable rotary magazine.
In a disappointing day for gun rights, Congress shuts down bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act that expands access to public hunting rights, Washington promises to veto a federal spending bill that expands rights for District of Columbia gun owners and Illinois is at it again, purposing to ban all firearm companies and pro-gun groups to market product to children.
In 2014, legendary firearms company, J. Stevens and Company will celebrate 150 years of making high-quality firearms. Now, a subsidiary company of Savage Arms, the company still brands shotguns and rifles under the Stevens name. Savage produces long-range and precision rifles and shotguns that are unprecedented in accuracy and capabilities for the price. Savage is still branding Stevens guns today. In 2012, the company debuted the model 320 shotgun in two different models, the Security and the Field, in seven different configurations. This 12-gauge, pump-action workhorse is inspired by the extremely reliable Winchester 1300 action.
Our friends on the CTD! Facebook page Liked these items this week: The Apache pistol is a revolver with metal knuckles and dagger in one handheld weapon; ATK (Federal Premium, CCI, Speer ammunition) buys Caliber Company (Savage Arms, Stevens, and Savage Range Systems); we meet Olympic 3-position-rifle Gold Medal winner Jamie Gray at NRA.