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June 16th, 2015

Savages for Southpaws — Why Savage Caters to Lefties

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Left-Hand version of Savage Arms Law Enforcement 10 FCP SR Rifle

Savage likes lefties. In fact, Savage Arms now makes left-handed versions of 18 of its most popular rifles. On the website, Savage Arms Marketing Director Bill Dermody talks about Savage’s commitment to left-handed shooters. Dermody says: “Whether it’s a bigger gun, faster gun or one that fulfills a specific customer need, we strive be the leader in specialty guns”. Here are highlights from the interview:

Why Southpaws Should Shoot Left-Handed Guns
Dermody: Research reports more than 10 percent of Americans are left-handed. For lefties, having a left-handed bolt gun is extremely important because it allows a fast follow-up shot. A shooter’s support hand never has to leave the forend, or their cheek leave the stock, while their trigger hand operates the bolt. Also, having the action open on the left side makes for easier loading with your left hand, and hot spent cases never fly across your face.

Savage’s Left-Handed Product Line
Dermody: [We offer] 18 left-handed rifle models. We have left-handed options available throughout our product line including big game, law enforcement, target competition and predator hunting. We also offer left-handed slug shotguns and bolt-action and semi-auto rimfire rifles. To quickly see all our left-handed options, open the Gun Finder tool on our website ( and select “left” in the search function.


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June 16th, 2015

IBS Seeks Editor for Match Reports and Shooter Profiles

IBS match report website editor

Would you like to be a gun-writer and see your work published here on The International Benchrest Shooters (IBS) is looking for an Editor to assist with match reports, competitor profiles, and gear spotlights.

This person would communicate with the IBS website and He or she would also do some short write-ups about equipment and personalities. Also, the Editor would oversee (but not necessarily write) the “IBS Featured Matches” on the website. Monthly salary is modest and negotiable. The IBS notes: “We would prefer a person involved with benchrest competition who has some related expertise.” If you are interested, please contact Jeff Stover, IBS President, via email: jstover33 [at] (Replace the [at] with the @ symbol).

Here is an example of a short shooter profile story the IBS Editor might prepare:

IBS match report website editor

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