Dip it in the Dirt! Savage Arms 320 Tactical FDE Shotgun – Now Available

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

Savage Arms has announced a NEW 320 Tactical FDE (Flat Dark Earth) pump-action shotgun to their already extensive lineup and declared that it is officially available. So, for everyone who is on the FDE bandwagon (like me), this may be a prime candidate to add to your collection if you don’t already have a reliable home defense or tactical/recreational shotgun.

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From the outset, there are going to be 2 options available in the new 320 Tactical FDE lineup. You get your choice of a 12 Gauge (18.5” Barrel | SKU 19468) or a 20 Gauge (18.5” Barrel | SKU #19469) with both retailing for an affordable MSRP of $331. Some of the common specs that you will come to expect as well as a word from Savage Arms can be read below:

  • Pistol grip, Flat Dark Earth synthetic stock
  • Ghost ring sights
  • Dual slide-bars and rotary bolt
  • 18.5-inch security barrel with heat shield
  • Bottom-loading tube magazine
  • Bottom Picatinny Rail
  • 1-Piece Rail
  • Five-plus-one capacity

Westfield, Massachusetts – April 11th, 2024 – Savage Arms®, an iconic firearm manufacturer, extends its popular 320 Tactical Shotgun line with the release of its 320 Tactical FDE. The smooth, reliable pump action and rugged build of the 320 have made it a top choice for so many and have resulted in multiple line extensions and options over several years.

“The 320 Tactical Shotgun is a mainstay in our lineup and we want to continue to offer new options,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms. “The 320 Tactical FDE is a make-sense addition and we’re excited to have it available now.”

Tipping the scales at 7 pounds makes this pump respectable compared to similar home-defense-style shotguns. The 320 Tactical FDE will also tout desirable ghost ring sights and a pistol grip (for people who like to grip that kind of thing). Additionally, like all 320 shotguns, it features the Savage Arms rotary bolt and dual slide bars as well. As always, let us know all of your thoughts about Savage Arms and the 320 Tactical FDE in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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  • BeoBear BeoBear on Apr 17, 2024

    I like Savage rifles but they must be nuts trying to sell cheap Chinese crap rods to us. In a world where you can buy a good quality Benelli M4 clone (Turk Panzer) or a US made legacy shotgun for under $500 this thing is laughable. Send it back to the CCP, we don't want it.

  • John dacian John dacian on Apr 24, 2024

    quote---------- Due to potentially questionable origin, Luger enthusiasts are usually an exceptionally rare breed among collectors.---------quote

    Wrong. I have met "few" people who did not want to own a Luger but I have met many who hated the 1911 for many reasons too numerous to go into here.

    I think Mitchel Arms made a grand mistake by not making their Luger out of carbon steel instead of sticky stainless. Stainless Lugers are not knew as they appeared decades ago on the market and few if any were reliable. A good original Military Luger if kept clean and shot with the ammo it was originally designed to function with will function reliably enough.

    And surprise of surprise I recently saw a video of a Military Luger stomped in the mud that fired off its entire magazine without a jam while in the same test a 1911 Military gun was stomped in the mud and jammed on the first shot. So much for the myth of the reliability of the 1911 in the mud.

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