Savage Arms Model Stevens 512 Gold Wing

GunCritic Score

50

GunCritic Score

Positive: 0
Mixed: 1
Negative: 0

User Score

74

User Score

Positive: 6
Mixed: 9
Negative: 3

GunCritic Score

50

GunCritic Score

Positive: 0
Mixed: 1
Negative: 0

User Score

74

User Score

Positive: 6
Mixed: 9
Negative: 3
Price and Used Value
Retail
Price:
$699.00
Used
Value:
$454.00
Savage Arms Model Stevens 512 Gold Wing
Savage Arms Model Stevens 512 Gold Wing
74
Retail
Price:
$699.00
Used
Value:
$454.00

Description

Perfect for bird hunting, skeet shooting and deer hunting too, this Savage Arms Stevens Gold Wing Over/Under Shotgun is beautiful to look at and dynamic in it’s performance. The sculptured receiver of the Savage Arms Stevens Gold Wing Over/Under Shotgun has a gold colored pheasant inlay in relief and a chrome lined barrel. With the frame balanced precisely the Savage Arms Stevens Gold Wing Over/Under Shotgun feels natural in the hand and gives you the comfort and control you need at the time of fire. A great addition to any gun collection you can’t go wrong with the Savage Arms Stevens Gold Wing Over/Under Shotgun.

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Pricing

Poor
Condition
$280
Excellent
Condition
$630
Fair Market Range $644 - $672
Fair Market Price $658
MSRP $699
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User Reviews (18)

Positive: 6 Mixed: 9 Negative: 3
  • 100

    I traded a CZ O/U for this Gold Wing...20 GA and I took it out the other day to the range...I like the extractors...was using only the top barrel with a full choke. The grandson and I shoot the Browning Citori, Wincheste...r 1300 Pump {20 Ga} and a old Savage 22/20 O/U...and also 3 new H&R's single shots. My late dad use to tell me that when you get good that it doesn't matter what shotgun you are shooting...Well...dad was right. I like the feel of the Gold Wing...I'm gonna replace the recoil pad with a gunsmith and I shot factory loads and my 7/8 Oz 20 GA reloads. I'm busting those "birds" at 16 yards with no problem. I'm pleased with the firearm and glad that I was able to purchase it from the neighbor. more

    July 23, 2017
    lGordo
  • 80

    So I recently picked one of these up in 20, fit and feel was way beyond the small price tag. For the price of a clunky 870 express or mossberg 500 I was able to get this gem. Took it out for its test run down by the rive...r and ran into a flock of quail and in no time went 5 for 7 shots! Walked to the truck and hit a high flying snow goose!!! Yup it will do! If you find one buy it you won't regret it, yea not a Beretta but at 1/4 the price, Awsome real Awsome! more

    December 21, 2016
    Someidiot
  • 40

    First 512 I bought lasted less than two years of trap shooting. After shooting it,it would open on its own.Took it back to dealer. They sent it to Stevens, they didnt even question anything.They sent us a new 512. Not ev...en one year same thing. [price you get what you pay for} more

    August 5, 2016
    young trapshooter
  • 100

    Points great, very reliable. Nice gun for the money.

    February 16, 2016
    Doodle
  • 100

    Points great, very reliable. Nice gun for the money.

    February 16, 2016
    Doodle
  • 60

    I use the my Stevens 512 for trap shooting. After only about 500 rounds in 5 1/2 months, the firing pin appears to be broken on the upper barrel and now neither barrel will fire. I am taking it back to Cabellas tomorrow.... Hopefully I will receive a new replacement. A new gun should not break in only 6 months of use or 6 times at the trap range. I am not interested in waiting a long time for any repairs as another reviewer stated he had to wait 6 to 10 weeks for Bass Pro to get his firing pin replaced. Hopefully Cabelas has better customer service. more

    June 23, 2014
    Teg
  • 100

    I use it for Skeet, it has been reliable and consistent after 500+ 12 ga. rounds through it. Eats through factory and self loaded ammo; even those with worn out casings. 5 chokes enable me to shoot Trap as well.

    June 15, 2014
    J. Whitten
  • 20

    This thing has less than 100 rounds through it an the firing pin broke and the safety is broke. Stevens screwed the pooch on this one. I hope they recall this junk.

    February 28, 2014
    Jeff
  • 60

    Bought this gun as I felt the quality appeared better than most $1,000 guns. Shot one season of trap and in October both firing pins broke, second one three shells after the first. Savage replaced the gun with a new one,... but it took two months to get it. Have not been able to shoot the new gun yet. more

    February 16, 2014
    Marty
  • 80

    the only issue i have had is the first time i fired my 512 shotgun both barrells fired at the same time. that was very bad . the shotgun was less than a month old. took it to a gun smith for him to look at the 512, and s...aid it too much grease from the factory. more

    April 19, 2013
    jim phillips
  • 80

    Use this gun for grouse hunting (28ga.)..fits nicely in the hand...does everything I need it to...and I own many more expensive o/u shotguns....feel comfortable in the field with this gun!

    February 25, 2013
    Bernard Rosenhan
  • 100

    I have just purchased this gun, and only used it once at skeet, So its early days,this 20 bore shotgun has very little recoil and seems to function very well, The trigger pull might get better with usage, will a give it ...a trial, if it remains heavy, will get it lightened I have tried several different brands of ammo, all shot well, Will stick to Winchester, I like the look of this gun, si did most of the shooting squad. This gun is not a Boss, but what I paid for it, I think its excellent value for money,Time will tell more

    February 24, 2013
    Brian Watts
  • 60

    I like this o/u a bunch, I just can't have the chokes flying out. I lost one already. I've even tighten the crap out of them? At wits end.

    December 24, 2012
    Spur Collector
  • 60

    Nice Shot Gun I have the 12 Gauge, good for upland birds and skeet. Attractive stock. Easy to clean. Cons: Does not eject rounds, need to be plucked from the chamber.

    November 14, 2012
    GUS
  • 80

    beautiful gun, nice fit,finish , workmanship for a turkish gun but poor design for avid shooters. Savage has let these out to the public with an 8 to 10 pound triggers and absolutly no way to get them down to a more reas...onable 4 pound for an avid shooter.I am very disappointed in this gun. more

    August 17, 2012
    ed b.
  • 40

    My son who is 13 took some of Christmas money after the holidays and bought 1 at bass pro and has shot less than 100 shells through it and the firing pin on the top barrel broke today. Bass pro tells us they will sent it... back to Savage but it Wil take 6 weeks min to 10 weeks to get it back. What the heck. more

    February 6, 2012
    Randall Booth
  • 80

    I use it for skeet and trap, over 5K rounds with no problems

    January 8, 2012
    Dan amero
  • 100

    I used the 12 Gauge for Turkey season last year, it easily shoots 3 inch turkey loads and with a modified choke it put the big toms down even at long range!!!

    October 16, 2011
    Chris S.
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