SAUER 90 SAUER 90 Stutzen
The SAUER 90
Nowadays, very few products ever reach the status of a real classic. These cornerstones of human creation are distinguished by their unique function, distinctive design and aura of being indestructible. The SAUER 90 has long been a formidable classic. Once you have held the rifle, and experienced the bolt glide forward and backward, you know why.
The patented SAUER 90 breech system does not rotate when opening or locking the bolt. The mechanism is regulated by three breeches at the back of the bolt, which sink into the bolt when the handle is raised and then turns up again when the bolt is locked. This elaborate design is enhanced by the smallest tolerances and high-grade polishing, creating a breech system that is both unique and unbeatable in the world of rifle production.
A Timeless Classic
1. Traditional one piece stock
2. Unique smooth bolt move
3. Spring operated extractor
4. Flex-free prop flap locking
5. While opening bolt is not turning
6. Barrel is screwed and clamped in the action
7. Solid and precise bedding of the action
8. Detachable magazine for 3, 4, or 5 rounds depending upon caliber
9. Magazine catch
10. Solid and precice bedding of the action
11. Ergonomic push safety
12. Bolt can be opened when gun is on safety
13. Opening angle 60° allowing for a low mounting of the scope and a quick repeating action
To meet the needs of experienced sportsmen, the SAUER 90
was created...a deluxe rifle for those who insist on value as well as superior
The SAUER 90 features a unique, modern bolt action with a short throw bolt and sophisticated cam-actuated locking lugs legendary for their glassy smooth operation. Barrels are made of cold hammer forged heat treated, chrome moly Krupp steel. The rich, lustrous blue finish on all metal parts is complemented by a select American claro walnut stock with hand cut checkering. The bolt is guided along is full length within the receiver. Main components machined from the solid steel. Ergonomic arrangement of operational elements.
Silky smooth bolt action with minimal locking angle for fast repeating with weapon shouldered. High safety standards. Loaded chamber signal pin. Set trigger device. The opening angle for the locking-lug action is only at 60°, allowing low scope mounting and quick reloading.
The optimal safety is guaranteed by:
Type: Bolt action rifle with three cam-actuated locking lugs on the center of the bolt, internal extractor
Short throw 60° turning bolt repeater; detachable, steel, single column, box magazine; ultra fast 4 millisecond lock time.
Push button sliding safety on tang; Loaded round indicator on chamber; Safety pin in receiver; Fully enclosed bolt face; Three gas relief holes in bolt; Heat treated steel receiver and bolt; Firing pin cocking indicator on rear of bolt; Removable box magazine; Release button on bolt; Bolt handle serves as emergency locking lug
Adjustable, two stage trigger; Smooth bolt glide; High polish blue finish; Fast loading and unloading; Special sling swivels which cannot mar stock finish; Black rubber recoil pad; Wundhammer palm swell; Tapered bore
Sights: Iron Sites Included, Drilled and tapped for sights and scope bases
Select American claro walnut with high gloss epoxy finish and rosewood fore-end and grip caps, Monte Carlo comb with cheekpiece, and 22 lines per inch, diamond pattern, hand cut checkering.
Extra magazine, Quick Detachable J.P. Sauer & Sohn Rings & Bases Set
SAUER 90 Actions Available:
SAUER 90 Short Action:
SAUER 90 Stutzen Short Action: The German carbine features a full length walnut stock and shorter barrel length.
SAUER 90 Medium Action:
SAUER 90 Magnum Action:
Deluxe Grade SAUER 90
SAUER 90 Lux:
SAUER 90 Stutzen Lux:
SAUER Rifle Scope Bases
The scope bases for the following SAUER models are interchangeable:
· Colt Sauer
· Sauer 90
· Sauer 200
The Sauer Legend
There is much more to Sauer’s history than a chronological list of
inventions. It is also about the people that created them. Founder Johann Paul Sauer
and his son Paul began their pioneer work over 250 years ago. In 1751, in
ISO Certification: Certification for Exemplary Environmental Management
Following detailed and exhaustive testing, Lloyd’s Register Quality
Assurance GmbH awarded us the Environmental Management Certificate on
Sauer & Sohn therefore emphasize their competent know-how as one of the leading international manufacturers of security, sports and hunting firearms in conserving a stable and intact environment for future generations, and also underscore their solidarity with hunting and hunters that make their contribution around the world to nature conservation and species protection.
To ensure that each weapon produced at Sauer & Sohn meets our uncompromising standards, every step of the production process is kept in-house, from barrel manufacturing and CNC machining to surface finishing, engraving and meticulous assembly. The factory in Eckernförde is equipped with the latest technology and staffed by over 350 employees, all of whom are passionate about their commitment to quality and precision work.
At the same time, Sauer & Sohn is continually striving to perfect weapons technology and grow the company. More than 10 percent of our employees work in development and related areas, and are consistently coming out with new products and performance enhancements. We firmly believe that innovation is key to future success.
Material & Processing
Every stage of the production process, from acceptance of raw materials through to delivery of the finished hunting rifle, is stringently monitored. Nothing less than the highest quality Krupp steel is used in barrel production. Steel receivers are standard. High-grade aluminum alloys developed for aerospace technology are used in all lightweight models.
Our beautiful and distinctive stocks are produced from Turkish walnut of different quality classes. Each one is meticulously handcrafted and adorned with your choice of checkering and carvings. This exquisite artwork is performed almost exclusively by our own master engravers.