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Savage Arms Red, White and Blue Rascal Rifle

Savage Arms Red, White and Blue Rascal Rifle

Savage Arms announced a dynamic addition to their Rascal line-up. The Rascal Red, White, & Blue is dressed in an American flag camo pattern that creates a colorful homage to Old Glory, making this the perfect fit for patriotic young shooters.

“It is our responsibility to help teach firearm safety to the next generation of American hunters and marksmen,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing for Savage Arms. “but that doesn’t mean the tools we use to teach can’t be fun. We’re proud of our American heritage and we’re showing that pride with these diminutive guns that are built to the same demanding standards as every other Savage.”

The new Savage Rascal Red, White, & Blue makes a bold statement. Paired with the American flag camo synthetic stock, the rifle can help mentors build new shooters’ shooting skills thanks to standard features that are notably absent on many small rimfires. The Rascal teaches accuracy and safety with the same tools teachers use themselves. From its adjustable peep sights to Savage’s user-adjustable AccuTrigger, this is every inch a Savage.

These new Rascals will start shipping this August. Visit your local Savage dealer and place your order today. Find your local Savage dealer at https://savagearms.com/where. For more information on Savage Arms and their products, go to savagearms.com.


Savage Arms Star Spangled Rascal Features:

  • Synthetic stock with American flag pattern
  • Manual safety
  • Unload without pulling the trigger
  • Adjustable peep sights
  • User-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • Feed ramp
  • Cocks by lifting bolt
  • Carbon steel sporter barrel
  • 11.5” length-of-pull

Part No. / Description / MSRP

  • 13801 / RASCAL (Red, White, and Blue) 22 LR 16.125-inch barrel / $223

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