First Look: Stevens Model 555 Over/Under Shotgun

Stevens/Savage Arms recently introduced a new line of over/under shotguns that won't break the bank. Debuting at the 2014 NRA Show, the Stevens Model 555 Over/Under Shotgun is now being produced in 20- or 12-gauge.

The Stevens 555 features a 26-inch carbon steel barrel in 20-gauge and a 28-inch barrel in 12-gauge. Other features include a Turkish walnut stock and forend, single selective trigger and five interchangeable choke tubes.


Available by summer 2014, Stevens 555 Over/Under shotguns come to market at $692 regardless of bore size.



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