Savage Arms 12 Gauge RENEGAUGE Field
Savage Arms’ new shotgun is redefining the way shooters think about versatility. With its Dual Regulating Inline Valve gas system and adjustable stock, the Savage Renegauge Field is one of the most ergonomic and adaptable semi-automatic shotguns ever made.
The American made Renegauge Field is available with a 28” or 26” barrel. Every Renegauge is built with Savage’s commitment to refined ergonomics. The fit of a Renegauge can be adjusted in 20 different ways. From the length of pull and the comb height to the drop at heel, the stock can expand or contract as needed. This perfect fit is crucial for accuracy and performance.
And Renegauge has even more adaptability built into its action. The D.R.I.V. gas system takes only the pressure it needs from each shot to cycle the action. Any excess pressure is vented through the front of the gun. The result is a fine-tuned action that can cycle low-recoil target shells as easily as it cycles magnum hunting loads, and with no need for adjustment from users.
Key Features: Savage Arms RENEGAUGE
- D.R.I.V. gas system
- Adjustable stock for length of pull, comb height, and drop & cast
- One-piece, chrome plated action bar assembly
- Chrome plated reciprocating components
- Stock rod buffer to reduce felt recoil
- Fluted barrel with melonite finish
- Carbon steel ventilated rib with red fiberoptic sight
- Competition-ready easy loading magazine port
- Oversized controls
- 3 interchangeable flush mount choke tubes (Beretta/Benelli) – IC, M, F
- Hard-sided carrying case
- MSRP: $1,449.00
- Action: Semi-Auto
- Barrel Length: 28 / 71.1
- Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
- Caliber: 12 GA
- Magazine Capacity: 4+1
- Length of Pull: 14.25-15.07
- Overall Length: 49.5
- Receiver Color: Black
- Receiver Finish: Matte
- Receiver Material: Carbon Steel
- Stock Material: Synthetic
- Stock Type: Monte Carlo Style
- Weight: 8 lb
Jeremy Mallette is co-founder of International Sportsman, and an avid hunter and outdoorsman. His father taught him to shoot at age six, and he received his first firearm at age eight — a 1942 Colt Commando .38 special revolver. Jeremy enjoys collecting unique firearms, and shooting them.