Savage Arms has introduced a new tactical shotgun to its renowned Stevens scattergun lineup for 2015 with the addition of the Stevens 320 Security model. Built to be a reliable, budget-friendly option for home defense or tactical use, the Stevens 320 Security can deliver 5+1 rounds of hard-hitting 12-gauge firepower on target thanks its intuitive, minimalistic pump-action design. The tactical shotgun features an ergonomic synthetic stock that keeps its weight at 6.85 pounds.
The Savage Stevens 320 has an aluminum alloy receiver and an 18.5-inch carbon steel barrel. The shotgun’s overall length is 38.25 inches. Its pistol grip allows for improved handling and a Picatinny rail gives users the option of mounting an optic or a laser aiming device to maximize their home-defense edge. Dual slide bars and a rotary bolt design offer users a proven performance standard. A cross-bolt safety is included in the design, which also features right-hand ejection, a bead front sight and a matte black finish. Priced at only $234, the Savage Stevens 320 Security model is an affordable 12-gauge solution to better home defense.
To learn more about the Savage Arms’ Stevens 320 Security and the company’s other shotgun offerings, visit http://www.savagearms.com or call 413-642-4262.
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