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Shotgun Review: Savage Renegauge

The stylish new semiautomatic shotgun taking on top contenders in the market and birds in the field.

Shotgun Review: Savage Renegauge

Designed with form and function in mind, the Reneguage is a proven semiauto packed with ultramodern features. (Gun Dog photo)

Throughout its 126-year history, Savage Arms has offered up several groundbreaking firearm models. That tradition of cutting-edge gun design continued in 2020 with the launch of the Renegauge, a gas-operated semiauto shotgun with a long list of innovative features.

Savage isn’t treading lightly into the market, either. With MSRPs ranging from $1,449 to $1,549, Savage’s new semiautomatic shotgun squares off against well-appointed guns like Benelli’s M2 Field guns ($1,449 to $1,559) and Browning’s Maxus ($1,399 to $1,899). These guns have a solid reputation among wingshooters and waterfowl hunters, but Savage believes that their new gas gun has the features...

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