One gun that does it all … the concept has petered out in recent decades. Now, specialization rules the roost. Long-range rigs, close-quarters configurations, heck, even a particular smoothbore depending if you hunt upland birds or waterfowl.
Savage Arms seems set on thumbing its nose at this trend, at least when it comes to shotguns with the release of its first-ever semi-automatic smoothbore. The RENEGAUGE has do-all potential, an odd claim for a gas-operated shotgun—usually they are noted as finicky browsers when it comes to shells. But, as Savage claims, high-wall, low-wall and everything in between will run like a rabbit, giving you a choice gun no matter if you’re pitching shot at quail or Canada geese.