Video: Reviewing the Savage Model 42 Takedown

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posted on January 15, 2016
Recently, Savage Arms introduced a new takedown version of their Model 42. Capable of firing .410 shotshells, .22LR and .22Mag rounds, this neat, compact little rifle might just be the perfect backpack companion. It's incredibly easy to assemble and disassemble...no tools required. Check out American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe and Savage's J.J. Reich discuss and demonstrate this tidy new survival rifle.

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