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  • Stevens 320 Pump Shotgun - 19485 Stevens 320 Pump Shotgun - 19485

Stevens 320 Pump Shotgun

The Stevens 320 Pump shotgun is a new shotgun from the Savage Arm Company's lineup of Stevens Arms shotguns. The Stevens 320 Pump shotgun is a 12-gauge, pump-action shotgun with an 18 1/2 inch carbon steel barrel alongside a full-length synthetic stock and an ergonomic pistol grip, making it an ideal choice for home defense. Its three-inch chamber permits the use of a wide range of ammunition, while its magazine tube provides a generous five-shot capacity. And as if those were not selling points enough, the Stevens 320 Pump shotgun also includes a number of other desirable features that make this shotgun one that is worth much, much more than its meager price.

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$195.77

The Savage Arms Company, originally founded in Utica, New York in 1894 by Arthur Savage, is an American arms designer and manufacturer based in Westfield, Massachusetts. The company also has a rimfire manufacturing division in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada.

As noted, the company was founded in 1894 by Arthur Savage, and within 20 years was producing a range of rifles, handguns and ammunition. Notable for several innovations, the Savage Arms Company is perhaps most famous for developing the Model 99 hammerless lever-action rifle, a major advancement in firearms technology that offered the average person an affordable rifle and remained in production through 1998. Among their many other notable achievements was finishing second to Colt's Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company in the U.S. Army trials for the selection of a .45-caliber pistol and the development of the popular .300 Savage cartridge.

Today, the Savage Arms Company carries a rich heritage and stands alone as the standard for accuracy with the production of a variety of rimfire and centerfire rifles, including the new Stevens 320 Pump shotgun.

Why discuss the Savage Arms Company in a description regarding the Stevens 320 Pump shotgun? Stevens Arms was originally founded in 1864 by Joshua Stevens. Famous for introducing the .22 LR rimfire cartridge and developing a number of successful firearms, Stevens Arms was bought by the Savage Arms Company in 1920, leading to a merger of operations between the two companies. Today, all Stevens firearms are produced by the Savage Arms Company, including the Stevens 320 Pump shotgun.

As noted, the Stevens 320 Pump shotgun is a pump-action security shotgun produced by the Savage Arms Company. This 12-gauge shotgun is rigged with an 18 1/2 inch carbon steel barrel alongside an overall length of 38 1/4 inches, making maneuvering in confined spaces a non-issue. With a three-inch chamber that permits the use of a wide range of ammunition and a standard magazine tube that offers a five-shot capacity, the Stevens 320 Pump shotgun proves to be an ideal choice for personal protection and home defense. These standard features are joined by a lightweight, synthetic stock and fore-end that combine with an alloy receiver for an unbelievably light weight of just 6.85 pounds. Other features include a soft recoil pad, a comfortable pistol grip and a bead front sight for quick and easy target acquisition.

Consider the Stevens 320 Pump shotgun for:

- Personal and home defense

- Sport shooting

- Target shooting

- Hunting

- Collections

- Much more…

SKU N19485
Manufacturer Savage
Shotgun Type Pump Action
Gauge 12ga
Action Type Pump
Barrel Length 18.5 Inches
Capacity 4+1
Safety No
Grips Polymer
Trigger Type Standard
Stock Type Fixed, Pistol Grip, Polymer
Sights Bead
Ban Status No
Condition Factory New
Construction Steel
Finish Matte Black
Accessory Rail No
Overall Length 38.25 Inches
Height No
Manufacturers Part Number 19485
Restrictions Age - 18+
Returns Accepted Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used
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