The SN also offers a Comfor Tech recoil-absorbing stock, and a pistol-grip stock is also available.
About the only thing I'd change about them is the location of the safety (trigger guard), but at least it's in front of the trigger, rather than behind. More » The Browning BPS has been around since about 1977, and these days it can be had in a wide range of gauges, including 410, 28, 20, 16, 12, and 10.
Savage formed the concern as the Savage Arms Company.
Savage then bought out the competing Stevens Company in 1920 and then began playing a role in World War 2 (1939-1945) where it participated in manufacture of Lee-Enfield No.
Both are available in 12 gauge (3.5" chamber), and the Nova can be had in 20 gauge.
While the Nova's stock and receiver are built as one unit, the SN allows drop adjustment using shims.
The Savage M720 existed as a semi-automatic, repeat-fire shotgun delivered by the Savage Arms Company.