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Sauer Introduces S404 Synchro XTC Camo Green Carbon-Fiber Rifle

Sauer Introduces S404 Synchro XTC Camo Green Carbon-Fiber Rifle

J. P. Sauer & Sohn, Germany’s oldest manufacturer of hunting firearms, introduced the latest addition to its flagship S404 series – the Synchro XTC carbon-fiber, bolt-action rifle in camouflage green. Weighing 6.1 lbs., this lightweight rifle delivers unsurpassed German precision, world-class accuracy and reliability in a bolt-action rifle.

The hand-laid, carbon-fiber stock features advanced recoil reducing properties in addition to a thumbhole and adjustable comb. The cold hammer-forged barrel is fluted for optimal balance and additional weight reduction. The crisp adjustable trigger features four different pull weights - from 1.2 lbs. to 2.7 lbs. Adjusting to the preferred pull weight is easy using the settings marked by Roman numerals just above the trigger.

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“The Sauer 404 is the finest traditional bolt-action rifle engineered today,” said Jason Evans, CEO, Blaser Group. “The elegance, craftsmanship, precision and modularity of the S404 line is legendary, incorporating nearly 270 years of knowledge with 21st Century technology. The Synchro XTC camo green gives hunters yet another option in our popular flagship line.”

S404 rifles are designed and engineered to allow easy changing of bolt heads and barrels for quick caliber conversions. This modularity is an advantage for those who frequently travel to hunt. The S404 Synchro XTC is available in all current calibers in the S404 series.


MSRP: $8,199.00.


For more information on the S404 rifle series, head to jpsauer-usa.com.

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