Just in time for spring, Savage Arms has announced the introduction of its popular and affordable Stevens Model 320 pump shotgun in dedicated a turkey gun configuration, according to a company release.
The new Model 320 gobbler gun is currently being shipped to shops nationwide and has the same features as the company’s other 12 gauge Model 320 field-grade models, including dual slide bars, a rotary bolt, a synthetic stock, and a five-round magazine tube. The blued, 22-inch barrel has a ventilated rib and comes with an extended full choke tube. It has fiber optic iron sights, though the receiver is drilled and tapped for those who want to mount a red dot sight or a scope.
The stock and fore-end come in Mossy Oak Obsession camouflage. But the most attractive feature of this new gun, especially for entry-level hunters, is the price. The MSRP costs $280 about the same as other 320 field models, which means you’ll likely find it for significantly less in the real world.
The Stevens 320 model is basically a reproduction of the Winchester Model 1300, another venerable budget shotgun that ceased production in 2006.
Check out the full specs below:
Savage Stevens 320 Field Grade, Turkey
Caliber: 12 gauge
Stock/Fore-end: Mossy Oak Obsession synthetic fore-end and stock
Action: Rotary bolt, right-eject pump action
Barrel: 22-inches with vented rib and extended Full choke
Sights: Fiber optic iron sights with extended green fiber optic front sight
Optics: Receiver drilled and tapped for mounts