New from SAUER: S100 Ceratech, Pantera, Fieldshoot, Cherokee, Atacama Rifles

Press release: J. P. Sauer & Sohn, Germany’s oldest gunmaker, extends its line of SAUER 100 bolt-action rifles with the addition of five new models. Distributed by Blaser USA Inc., these entry-level rifles are perfect for those who have a limited budget yet still expect maximum performance and style.

The extended line of SAUER 100 rifles gives shooters numerous options to meet their needs in the field and on the range. Each rifle features a crisp, user adjustable single-stage trigger, three-position safety, cold hammer-forged SAUER barrel, and smooth action bolt.

These rifles are also designed for accuracy, delivering a guaranteed five-shot sub-MOA performance. Available in five new configurations:

SAUER S100 Ceratech

S100 Ceratech is coated in a cerakote film for ultimate durability

SAUER S100 Pantera

S100 Pantera features a highly ergonomic stock, a heavy fluted barrel, adjustable comb and sculpted pistol grip designed for long-range shooting

SAUER S100 FIeldshoot

S100 Fieldshoot is a match-quality rifle using the same laminate stock as the Pantera without a coating and a heavier match barrel

SAUER S100 Cherokee

S100 Cherokee with a synthetic digi-camo stock and tundra green cerakoted barrel and action, is designed to blend seamlessly into darker terrain

SAUER 100 Atacama rifle

S100 Atacama, as the name suggests, features a desert-sand cerakoted barrel and action.

These new SAUER 100 rifles, in addition to the Classic and Classic XT models, are available in a wide choice of calibers, including the new 6.5 PRC chambering from Hornady. MSRP: From $799.

comments

  1. avatar anonymoose says:

    That Cherokee one looks pretty cool with its faux-Marpat stock.

  2. avatar Heston says:

    Hmmm, pantera…. getcha pull anyone?

    1. avatar ironicatbest says:

      Cowboys from hell.

  3. avatar Jamie in North Dakota says:

    Nice looking rifles and a 5 shot MOA performance instead of a 3 shot, nice!!!

  4. avatar Dan Fisher says:

    Are they making any left hand models ?

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