Video Review: Savage Renegauge Prairie Semi-Auto Shotgun

Savage's award-winning semi-automatic gas-operated shotgun, optimized for wingshooters.

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posted on May 4, 2022

When Savage Arms first debuted its Renegauge shotgun, American shooters were thrilled at its near-infinite variety of out-of-the-box fits as well as its low recoil and nimble shouldering. NRA Publications staffers were especially excited by the Renegauge's amazing trigger and outstanding ergonomics, awarding not one but two Golden Bullseye awards to the innovative Renegauge.

Now the venerable gunmaker has added to its award-winning Renegauge line of gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns with the new Savage Renegauge Prairie. Clad in TrueTimber camo accented with a brown-sand Cerakote finish, this user-friendly scattergun is almost as eager to chase waterfowl as your golden retriever. 

In this episode of American Hunter's Sunday Gunday with host David Herman, you'll get to see the Renegauge Prairie take wing as American Hunter staff put it through its paces prior to its debut on the plains, prairies and potholes of America's waterfowl superhighways this year!  

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