This same time last year, Savage launched its first semi-automatic shotgun, the Renegauge. New for 2021, the 9+1-round Renegauge Competition hits your local dealer (or Brownells) this March.
At the rear of the Renegauge Competition is a matte black, synthetic stock that’s adjustable for length of pull, comb height, drop, and cast.
A fiber optic front sight rides atop the vented rib above a 24-inch, melonited barrel. The extended magazine tube holds 9 rounds of 12-gauge ammo. Chokes are Beretta/Benelli compatible.
Controls are oversized, the magazine port is competition-ready for fast and smooth loading, and the reciprocating parts are chrome plated.
The Renegage Competition’s receiver, magazine tube, and extended choke are all Cerakoted red.
The Award-Winning and American made Savage Renegauge will change the way you think about semi-automatic shotguns. The Renegauge can handle the hottest high-brass and the mildest low-recoil shells with the same dependability. The patented D.R.I.V. (Dual Regulating Inline Valve) gas system ensures excess gas vents before it drives the bolt, resulting in consistent ejection, less felt recoil, and a lightning fast cyclic rate for dependably fast split times. The Renegauge has been designed to fit almost any shooter. Everything from length-of-pull to comb height and drop at the heel can be adjusted to fit.
MSRP is $1,959