The Best Stevens 320 Accessories
Whether you’re using your Savage Stevens 320 as a home defense shotgun, a hunting shotgun or just having fun shooting clays, we’ve found the best accessories for you.
The Stevens 320 is known as more of a “budget” shotgun, much like the Maverick 88. That doesn’t mean that you can’t add some cool stuff to your shotgun. For example, a nice laser sight can really help make your Stevens 320 into a top of the line home defense shotgun. There’s lots of upgrades for your 320 and our experts found the best ones below.
Here’s our list of the top accessories for your Stevens 320 shotgun:
The easiest and fastest way to accessorize any shotgun is by strapping more ammo to the stock where it will be easy to carry. This sleeve holds eight shells total. Six on one side, two on the other. The cover slips on to the butt stock very tightly, and it can be a pain to get in place, but once you have it mounted, it’s there forever, and simple to carry extra ammo.
While you are hunting, you don’t need to load your pockets if you don’t expect to be taking many shots. And if you need to reload quickly, they are right there where you need them instead of fighting with other things to snag your fingers as you dig. Right where you need them and ready to go. This is a great budget upgrade.
It can be a little tricky shopping rail accessories for a Stevens 320, especially magazine mounted accessories, because there isn’t much room on the tube. This simple rail skirts that issue by having a thin mount, similar to a scope mount.
Unfortunately the single point of contact where the rail screws to the housing isn’t quite solid enough for a scope, but it works great for a flashlight, or perhaps a flashlight laser combination. Anything small you can have right there at the muzzle.
Just because you like blasting magnum slugs or large buckshot rounds, doesn’t mean that your shoulder needs to be bruised up the next day. This limb saver will keep you comfortable whether you are taking deer with a slug gun, or cremating turkeys. And if you happen to be patterning a new choke or shell, your shoulders with thank you for installing this pad.
Reduces felt recoil by up to 70 percent, increases stability, and even comes with anti-muzzle jump technology. The synthetic material will hold up well to weather, regardless if that means it’s laying in direct sunlight or stuffed in the mud.
If you want a flashlight for your tactical shotgun, chances are it will be mounted way down at the end of your barrel or mag tube on a Stevens 320, so something that comes with a pressure switch is a must. This 300 lumen Cree LED is bright enough to be sure of your target, but don’t expect it to blind them.
Powered by a 2000mAh 18650 battery or two CR123A batteries. The 18650 is included in this bundle along with a charger. The light is water resistant and anti-abrasive in addition to being tough enough to hold up to a shotgun blast, as long as it isn’t the target.
Want more ideas for a tactical flashlight? Check out our post on the best tactical lights for shotguns.
If you need more than the eight extra rounds loaded into your butt stock, then why not try a bandoleer? This one holds 15 rounds and doubles as a 2 point sling, clips and swivels included, but it’s nearly five feet long if you want to wear it as a sash. The webbing is made from 1000 Denier Nylon, so it serves many other tactical purposes in the wilderness. Keep all your spare ammo in one place. Between the mag, the butt stock, and this bandoleer, you will have a box of shells loaded up with your shotgun, ready for anything.
Also check out our post on the best shotgun slings which includes some top quality slings for your Stevens 320.