Posted February 3, 2020 9:00 am by Comments

By Kristin Alberts

From incredibly ultralight rifles for backcountry and mountain hunters to new shotgun builders, scope makers in the eyewear business, new calibers, new platforms and even a muzzleloader fed from the breech—2020 will be a year hunters remember.
Savage Renegauge
Savage introduces its Reneguage shotgun. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/
Savage’s first major entry into the semi-automatic hunting shotgun market has been a long time in the making. The American-made Renegauge’s self-regulating, dual valve gas system allows the gun to cycle both light and heavy loads, limited only by its 3-inch chamber. Savage modifies the AccuFit system to include three interchangeable gel recoil pads for customizing both LOP and comb height. The initial launch includes Field, Turkey, and Waterfowl models, each shipping with three Beretta/Benelli-style choke tubes.
Weatherby Backcountry Ti
Detail of the titanium receiver and spiral fluted bolt which make the Mark V Backcountry Ti one of the lightest weight production bolt action rifles on the market today. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/
The company known for glossy magnum rifles launches one of the lightest weight hunting rifles with their Mark V Backcountry Ti. To achieve a weight just under 5-pounds, Weatherby uses an AG Composites carbon fiber stock and titanium receiver and there’s an


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.