U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Blaser Group is pleased to introduce J.P. Sauer and Sohn’s 270th Anniversary Collection of rifles. Only 10 sets of this special limited-edition collection were made and only one set is available for sale here in the United States. The set includes four rifles – a Sauer 100, Sauer 101, and Sauer 404 all chambered in .270 caliber and a Sauer 303 in .308 caliber. Designed for timeless elegance, maximum precision and consistent quality with the most modern materials and technology available, these rifles feature beautiful wood stocks (grade 5 in the Sauer 100 and grade 7 in the S101, S303, and S404) and Sauer’s 270th-anniversary logo in black and gold on the custom grip cap featuring the “Wild Man with a Club”.
“These elegant and accurate Sauer rifles represent 270 years of craftsmanship from Germany’s oldest hunting rifle manufacturer, and they are rare with only 10 sets made for the entire world,” said Jason Evans, CEO of Blaser Group. “We are now offering set number three for sale here in the United States.”
For more information, visit sauer.de/en/270-years/anniversary-rifles/
About Blaser Group
The Blaser Group is the official U.S. importer for iconic German firearms brands Blaser, Mauser, and J.P. Sauer; English gunmaker John Rigby & Co.; and Minox optics. Established in 2006, the company which is based in San Antonio, Texas works with over 200 authorized Blaser Group dealers across all North American states, with this figure continually growing.
Today the Blaser Group’s industry-leading product portfolio includes bolt-action, combination rifles, and over-and-under shotguns designed specifically for game hunters and competitive target shooters. Its custom shop offers exclusive engravings, design work, and custom finishing for bespoke guns. With recent innovations, Blaser Group has gone on to expand its product portfolio into cutting-edge optics and accessory lines. For more information about the company and product lines, visit: www.blaser-group.com.
Pretty sure these rifle will not be priced for the average American to buy . Nice but a little out of my price range would be my assumption .
With one set for sale in the US, likely to be sold as a set – it will go to the highest bidder. Probably not influenced much by down-market demand, but I’d guess close to or into six figures.
I won’t ask because I cannot afford them and I like to be able to abuse my firearms.
Your Price$949.99 Sauer 100 Classic .308 Winchester Rifle that is fair price