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This same time last year, Savage launched its first semi-automatic shotgun, the Renegauge. New for 2021, the 9+1-round Renegauge Competition hits your local dealer (or Brownells) this March.

At the rear of the Renegauge Competition is a matte black, synthetic stock that’s adjustable for length of pull, comb height, drop, and cast.

A fiber optic front sight rides atop the vented rib above a 24-inch, melonited barrel. The extended magazine tube holds 9 rounds of 12-gauge ammo. Chokes are Beretta/Benelli compatible.

Controls are oversized, the magazine port is competition-ready for fast and smooth loading, and the reciprocating parts are chrome plated.

The Renegage Competition’s receiver, magazine tube, and extended choke are all Cerakoted red.

From Savage:

The Award-Winning and American made Savage Renegauge will change the way you think about semi-automatic shotguns. The Renegauge can handle the hottest high-brass and the mildest low-recoil shells with the same dependability. The patented D.R.I.V. (Dual Regulating Inline Valve) gas system ensures excess gas vents before it drives the bolt, resulting in consistent ejection, less felt recoil, and a lightning fast cyclic rate for dependably fast split times. The Renegauge has been designed to fit almost any shooter. Everything from length-of-pull to comb height and drop at the heel can be adjusted to fit.

MSRP is $1,959

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21 COMMENTS

      • They make economical “accurate” rifles and are easy for a hobbyist to swap barrels. I own 6. The one thing they have in common is ill feeding. How many old Rem 700s, Winchesters, Brownings, have ever had to have the mag lips adjusted by the owner? How many people use them in timed scored competitions? They are great rifles for my use, but not without their quirks. I would be hard pressed with my experience to buy a this shotgun without some kind of return guarantee.

        • A lot of us use them in competition, PRS and long range, my 338 Lapua shoots with rifles costing thousands more, all stock except the Pacific Tool & Gauge bolt head,

    • I’ll buy one if you knock $1,300 off. WTF? It’s a shotgun with a long ammo tube. Gimme a break. OH! I get it, ammo is so ridiculously expensive we should pay more to shoot it? F that.

  1. Competition for the Mossberg 930 Pro I would think, but costs more, at least before ‘the troubles’.

    Time will tell.

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  2. Yeah I’ll have to leave that to those sponsor shirt wearers. The cost isn’t justified with what your getting

  3. I’d have to see a lot more information and performance numbers before I would buy this to replace my Benneli.

    I’ve only owned 1 Savage shotgun in my lifetime, it was a pump with a 36″ barrel that was passed down to me from my grandmother when she died in 1976. The only other savage I’ve shot was my dads .300 savage lever gun, that was a very accurate and smooth cycling rifle, sadly he got rid of it so he could buy a semi-auto remington 7400 in 30.06, I’m not very fond of it. The only remingtons I own that are keepers are my soon to be 100 year old remington model 24 and my 870 super-mag.

  4. For 2 Grand I plan on buying a FABARM L4 sporting which I still believe to the best semi-auto at that price point. Like some others who have commented I am skeptical of Savage from my own feeding problem experiences.

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