WESTFIELD, Massachusetts – October 24, 2022 – Savage Arms has officially announced the Impulse Mountain Hunter as the newest model in their award-winning series of straight-pull rifles. Introducing faster speeds and lighter weights for big game treks, this rifle is a gamechanger for 2023.

“At Savage, we not only value the input of our customers, but we also listen to it. Since 2021 when Savage launched the first Impulse variant, the number one request we’ve received is for a lightweight version ideal for hunting in the mountains,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms. “With extreme accuracy and breakthrough technology, the Mountain Hunter is light, sharp, and encompasses all that the Impulse family represents, thus giving our customers what they wanted.”

Key features include:

• American-Made straight-pull bolt action

• User-adjustable AccuTrigger (1.5-4lbs)

• Removable, multi-positional bolt handle

• Aluminum receiver with integral 1-piece 20 MOA rail

• AccuStock technology with three-dimensional aluminum bedding

• Adjustable length-of-pull

• Savage designed; Proof Research carbon fiber wrapped stainless steel barrel with muzzle brake

• 2 sling swivel studs

• 2-position tang safety

• Rugged, gray synthetic stock

Offering a wide variety of calibers, the Impulse Mountain Hunter is perfect for tough treks and big game bucket list hunts. For more information on the Savage Impulse series, visit savagearms.com.

Part No. / Description / MSRP

57894 / 308 WIN 22-inch barrel / $2,437

57895 / 6.5 Creedmoor 22-inch barrel / $2,437

57896 / 300 WSM 24-inch barrel / $2,437

57897 / 6.5 PRC 24-inch barrel / $2,437

57898 / 270 WIN 22-inch barrel / $2,437

57899 / 30-06 SPRG 22-inch barrel / $2,437

57900 / 28 Nosler 24-inch barrel / $2,437

57901 / 7mm REM MAG 24-inch barrel / $2,437

57902 / 300 WIN MAG 24-inch barrel / $2,437

1 Comment

  1. Rocketguy says:

    I wanted to be excited about these straight pull Savages. I have a couple mil surplus examples and they’re kinda different and cool…but I can’t see an advantage that would make me pay $2K for a Savage.

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