Savage 220F 20 Gauge Rifled Barrel Slug Shotgun

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20 Gauge

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Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
2 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.
A shotgun made just for hunters living in a "Slug State," the Savage 220F 20 Gauge Rifled Barrel Slug Shotgun is all the gun you need to put down that trophy on your next whitetail hunt. This highly specialized bolt action shotgun features a highly accurate blued 22'' carbon steel rifled barrel that makes the performance of a traditional shotgun obsolete. Built like a Savage rifle, the 220F features Savage's proven AccuTrigger system for even greater accuracy.  Chambered for 3'' slug shells, this gun holds two shells in its detachable box magazine.  Checkered synthetic stock for sure handling in all conditions.  Drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Capacity: 2+1.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WOW!! Moved to a slug only county, had never shot one before. Did some research and saw all the great reviews of the Savage 220 so I figured why not once I saw that it was only $120 more to buy this gun then it would have been to get the cantilever riflled slug barrel for my 870. Bought it on Sunday, went out on Sat, last day of buck in PA. Saw a buck on my walk out of the woods at 80 yards, with some brush between us. Blew right threw the brush, 2 inches over the shoulder and exited almost the same spot. Used 2 3/4 sabot rem accu tips only because they didn't make the 3in this year. Accuracy is spot on and groupings while sighting in were filling each others holes. Put the Nikon Prostaff shotgun hunter scope on it with the Marne Picadilly rail and rings. Really happy with this set-up and would recommend it to anyone!! December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Slug Gun Best Slug Gun! I absolutely love this gun and it was well worth the wait and money. I am using a Bushnell 3x9 and took about 4 shots to have it sighted in at 100 yds. I have had three shots at three deer and three kills. None of them ran more than 20 yards after the shot. I am shooting Federal Premium Trophy Copper Sabot Slugs since I can never find the Accu Tips. Never had a misfire and as long as you work the bolt nice and easy the shells eject just fine. Again, absolutely love this gun! November 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zero regrets and venison in the freezer! I purchased my 220F from my local Bass Pro in October. The gun was quickly sighted in with the recommended Remington AccuTip 3 inch sabots. We had immediate success, with 2 inch groups at 100 yards. A Bushnell Elite 3x9x40 helped. My first hunt with the 220F was in central Illinois this past week. The very first shot found its mark at 167 yards, and 2 more kills at over 100 yards followed over the next day and a half. I cannot think of a single negative thing to say about this gun. It IS all that it's cracked up to be! Cant wait to pull it out again, and take aim. BRAVO Savage!! November 21, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by cant meet the hipe This gun may be alright for the money but its not near what its built up to be. I have had no misfires yet.It is light weght and feels handy. It does have ejection probbems. Ive shot 200.00 whorth of slugs through it,federals,remingtons, hornadys,some 3" some 2 3|4 and winchester. None meet the hipe. All but the winchesters can barely hit a paper plate at 100 yds. and though the winchesters did better still had one flyer that mised the plate. 5 to 7 min between shots to let barrel cool. this gun so far has been a disapointment. September 13, 2012
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I can never find the Accu Tips recommended so I use the 3" Federal Premium Trophy Copper Sabot Slugs. Never had a misfire and shots nice groups. Shells eject just fine as well.
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REMINGTON PREMIER ACCUTIP SABOTED SLUGS, AS RECOMMENDED BY SAVAGE.
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I have a Savage 25-06 for deer hunting and am looking to get a shotgun for turkey hunting. This one would look pretty good in the case next to my deer gun. I was wondering if anyone has used it with bird shot for turkey hunting before? I didn't know if the fact it was a slug gun or had a rifled barrel affected it's abilities for bird hunting with bird shot? Thanks
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Not advisable. Use a smooth bore for optimal pattern of shot.
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THE 220 WAS AN OLDER SINGLE SHOT, SHOT GUN AS OPPOSED TO THE CURRENT 220F SLUG GUN. I WOULD RECOMMEND THE 3" AS IT REACHES OUT TO 200 YARDS WITH MORE ACCURACY AND SHOCKING POWER.
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Not sure the difference. I use 2 3/4" shells and have not had any problems with lack of knock down power, but I'm using lightfields and they are 7/8 oz bullet weight. 3" would generally give you a faster muzzle velocity and allow for a heavier bullet payload, but I would recommend taking some of each to the range and see what works best. Depending on what you are hunting, the 2 3/4" should have enough to cleanly harvest deer.
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What mid-priced scope would you recommend for the Savage 220F Slug Gun?
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THE NIKON SLUGHUNTER BDC2 SHOTGUN SCOPE IS EXCELLENT. IT RETAILS FOR ABOUT $230.00
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I have a Leupold VX-I Matte finish 2-7 power on mine. It works great. Depends on how far out you plan on shooting. I think I paid about $220 for my scope, so it was definately on the cheaper side. In my opinion, Leopolds are pretty good and are offered at a variety of price ranges.
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My first choice would be the Bushnell Elite 3200 followed by either a Nikon or Redfield
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The write-up in NRA magazine used the Nikon 3x9 Slughunter scope and produced impressive results. I picked one up on sale for less than $200 on-line. I put it on my 20 gauge 870 and like the performance.
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 - Marshall, Texas
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I would get the Bushnell 1-6x32 Shotgun Scope... That's what I have on my shotgun and it handles recoil like a champ, great lighting through the tube, and V-E-R-Y clear! BP sells them for $99 and they are worth every penny and then some! I have Bushnell on my entire arsenal!

How does that Slug Gun hold up? I have been eye-balling them now for a while???
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