Savage Arms debuts new Rascal Rifles to consumers in Dallas
By Jacki Billings
Savage Arms adds a complete rifle set-up to its Rascal series in the new Rascal Target XP. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Savage Arms introduces a new model into its Rascal series designed for youth shooters, launching the Rascal Target XP.
The Rascal Target XP, the latest version to enter Savage’s micro rimfire rifle line, is a straight out-of-the-box rifle featuring a mounted and boresighted 4x32mm scope, a bipod sling and swivel stud mount.
Built for dependability and accuracy, the rife features a precision hardwood stock, heavy 16 1/8-inch barrel with threaded muzzle. Chambered in .22 LR, the Rascal Target XP comes in both a standard configuration as well as a left handed configuration. Both versions measure 30-inches in overall length with a weight at 5.8-pounds.
Savage showcased its selection of Rascal rifles at the NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Equipped with a one-piece Picatinny rail, the Rascal Target XP is a single shot rifle outfitted with Savage Arms user-adjustable AccuTrigger system. Built for users looking to immediately head to the range with a complete set-up, the Target XP also comes with a pair of ear plugs and a firearm lock.
The Savage Arms Rascal Target XP retails for $399.
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