Mauser Introduces New M18 Savanna Bolt-Action Rifle

Matthew Moss
by Matthew Moss
Mauser M18 Savanna (Mauser)

Mauser have introduced a new addition to their M18 line of hunting rifles. The M18 Savanna has a Savanna tan stock, a threaded barrel and is available in a range of chamberings including .223 Rem, .243 Win, .270 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, 7mm Rem Mag, .30-06, .300 Win Mag and .308 Win. The M18 Savanna has an MSRP of $849.99.

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A close up of the Mauser M18 Savanna's action - with 60-degree oversized bolt (Mauser)

Here’s what Mauser have to say about the new rifle:

Blaser Group is pleased to introduce the Mauser M18 Savanna bolt-action rifle. This newest M18 features a Savanna tan stock with grip inserts and a threaded barrel for the addition of a suppressor or muzzle break.

Recognized for its accuracy and ruggedness at an exceptional price point, this popular hunting rifle features a cold hammer-forged German-steel barrel, three-position safety, and adjustable trigger that allows you to set your own preferred pull weight from 2.25 – 4.25 lbs. The 60-degree oversized bolt with three locking lugs and two extractor pins allows for quick and smooth cycling of cartridges from the standard five-round magazine. Ten-round magazines are also available.

The Mauser M18 Savanna is backed by a sub-MOA performance guarantee and 10-year factory warranty.

“The new Mauser M18 Savanna presents the opportunity for even more American hunters to experience the benefits of German engineering and manufacturing,” said Jason Evans, CEO, Blaser Group. “This ultra-rugged rifle is a true value delivering superior reliability, durability, and accuracy in its class.”

The Mauser M18 Savanna accepts Remington 700 LA-style mounts and is available with a 1/2 x 28 threaded barrel in .223 Rem, .243 Win, .270 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, and 7mm Rem Mag chamberings and a 9/16 x 24 threaded barrel in .30-06, .300 Win Mag and .308 Win.

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Matthew Moss
Matthew Moss

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  • Ranger  Rick Ranger Rick on Jun 24, 2022

    The magazines for these rifles retail for $53-$60, whichbegs the questions:
    Why must every synthetic stocked rifle requires a detachable magazine?
    Why must the magazines be proprietary and not interchangeable?

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    • Ranger  Rick Ranger Rick on Jun 26, 2022

      @rklk While the magazine may be nice to reload in the gun it is still detachable and thus can be lost. European sporting rifle magazines have a short manufacturing life, high cost along with difficultly to acquire later on down the road. Sauer and Steyr come to mind.

  • Brett baker Brett baker on Jun 24, 2022

    No lefty, no wanty.