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How do you determine the age of a Savage Arms shotgun?


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2015-07-15 20:43:09
2015-07-15 20:43:09

The age of this gun, if it has no suffix on the model#,was probably made between 1942 and 1950.The value on this gun, in very good condition, is around $80.00 to $100.00. I do buy them for parts and to restore if your thinking of selling your old single. Let me know. Thanks and God Bless, Ken

Jim balls- I think Ken is right about dates but I was thinking earlier start. Like 1940.

Tom the Bomb- Savage made the 220 in 12-16-20-410.(not sure about 28). Barrel length varied from 26 to 32 inch. I have a 20ga /30"F and a 12ga /32"F. My 12 has a Monte Carlo stock and easily reaches the trap birds just before they hit dirt.Savage also used this action for model 219, their single shot rifle.Chambered for 22 Hornet,25-20,30-30,32-20,& 9mm rimfire.


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