National Geographic : 1921 Apr
85D70i5 Qo 2. Co . wo° '+ O Dir: rk Ci. - ? .-. S. .mbe p / ECAUSE of their faultless per formance under conditions high ly trying to ordinary firearms, because their dependability is proverbial, Savage Rifles are included in the equip ment of the third Asiatic Expedition. Savage Rifles and Firearms have been "the right arm" of many of the important scientific and explorative Expeditions of recent years. SAVAGE Anrs CORPORATION ROY CHAPMAN ANDREWS on his pony "Kublai Rhan" with a Mongol Antelope. UTICA, N.Y . "The Savage .250-3000 rifle did splena d work on toe Mon golian plains where we seldom shot at less than 300 yards. Executive and Export Offices: 50 Church St., NewYork I killed several running antelope at 450 yaras and found that the great kiliing power of the Savage projectile made it an idea for this typeof work". OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY, CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.