Savage Arms Introduces Landry Signature Series Rifles

Never one to bemoan an increasing amount of options in 22LR, I am pleased to see Savage releasing the Landry Signature Series Rifles. Modeled with input from Troy, Jacob, and Chase Landry (from Swamp People), the Landry series rifles feature a synthetic stock with a transferred gator camouflage pattern.

The Mark II and Model 93 are very similar.

The Mark II and Model 93 are very similar.

Three patterns are available, named the Rascal (22LR Single Shot), Mark II (22LR bolt action, detachable box magazine), and Model 93 (22 WMR, same specs as Mark II). They are priced at $233, $338, and $424, respectively.


The Rascal


Full Press Release Below:

Savage Arms Introduces Landry Signature Series Rifles

Troy, Jacob and Chase Landry, from the hit series Swamp People® on HISTORY®, put their lives on the line every day as they fight to make a living as professional alligator hunters in the Louisiana swamp. They demand rifles that stand up to the punishment of the Atchafalaya Basin, yet still put the bullet where they want, every time they pull the trigger. That’s why the Landry family chooses Savage rifles.

All three rifles—the Rascal, Mark II and Model 93—feature a rugged synthetic stock dipped in distinctive gator camouflage, as well as Troy Landry’s signature and “Choot ‘Em” logo. The rifles feature the legendary, user-adjustable AccuTrigger™ and are built to Savage’s exacting standards for reliability and accuracy.

Features & Benefits

• Rugged synthetic stock with gator camo
• User-adjustable AccuTrigger
• Reliable, consistent rimfire performance
• Savage Arms accuracy

Part No. / Description / MSRP / Technical Specs

13617 / Landry Signature Series Rascal / $233

28717 / Landry Signature Series Mark II / $338

93217 / Landry Signature Series Model 93 / $424

Savage Arms is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. Learn more about the Landry Signature Series Rifles

About Vista Outdoor Inc.

Vista Outdoor is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer in the growing outdoor sports and recreation markets. The company operates in two segments, Shooting Sports and Outdoor Products, and has more than 30 well-recognized brands that provide consumers with a range of performance-driven, high-quality and innovative products in the ammunition, firearms and outdoor accessories categories. Vista Outdoor products are sold at leading retailers and distributors across North America and worldwide. Vista Outdoor is headquartered in Utah and has manufacturing operations and facilities in 10 U.S. States, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Canada along with international sales and sourcing operations in Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. For news and information or follow us on Twitter @VistaOutdoorInc and Facebook

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • Steelfuser

    I would love to see a 22LR single shot with a threaded barrel. It would be a great little rifle to introduce little kids into shooting without too much noise.

  • Raoul O’Shaugnessy

    The MkII is a great rifle but that stock is absolutely hideous. I bought the FV-SR model, which appears the same as the one shown, and the stock was a nightmare. It was way too low for ay use of serious optics, super-cheesey in it’s flimsy construction, noisy with its hollow body, and just a real POS. While I recognize Savage is trying to offer a great gun at a great price, that stock is disgraceful. I wound up throwing the stock away and sinking another $150 into a Boyd’s Tacticool and THAT turned the FV-SR into a wet dream of a gun.

    • Wetcoaster

      I agree. I have two Mk. IIs, a short barrel (13″) Stevens 300F (Mk. II action without accutrigger in the standard injection molded stock) and a BTV (bull barrel, laminate thumbhole stock – looks like the Boyd’s design) and the stock drop with the injection molded stock (which looks identical minus the colour and texturing to the Mk. II/ model 93 above) is perfect for the iron sights… and too low for optics

  • Ted Unlis

    Okay, I just gots to know, couldn’t help but notice that Troy and his nephew Holden have been using this new signature model Savage in the latest episodes but the rifle they appear to be dispatching gators with after careful aiming has no sights, just the empty optics rail. Do they really not need sights to point, shoot, and hit that quarter size spot on the gators head to kill the flopping critter or is that just the way it’s done in reality TV land?

  • Amanofdragons

    So it’s just a water transfer pattern on the stock. Darn, if it was a molded pattern, I’d say they’d have had a winner.

  • All the Raindrops

    These gator hunters on the show use 25 dollar pawn shop rifles. Just sayin.

    So when they say “designed to spec of demanding pros…. blah blah” … that is quite a load of crap