Your rifle was made by savage arms in 1925.
There should be a manufacturer's serial number somewhere. Unless the serial number has been deliberately erased!
I can say that the Savage model 20 was made from 1920-1931.There were a total of 12,000 approximate made.
100-500 USD or so
I just paid 75 for a 80% Savage.
Model number and condition would be needed to answer this question specifically. Typically, the Savage model 720 (Browning clone) or the 755 automatic models are not high on collectors lists. They were made to be less expensive but comparable to the Browning and Remington shotguns. Prices usually can be found between $100 and $300 depending on condition.
The phone number of the Savage Branch Library is: 952-707-1770.
$275 TO $350 DEPENDING ON CONDITION
Give us a clue. Got a model number, or at least an action type - single shot, double barrel, pump (slide), bolt action, semi-automatic? Savage made dozens of different shotgun models and most were available as 12 gauge. semi automatic 12 gauge 775 single barrel magazine fed
Your Savage model 775A was made during the years 1950-1965.
This model was made from 1913-1915.12,000 were made during this time span.
The phone number of the Savage Branch is: 410-880-5975.
If your 300 savage is a savage model 99? It was produced in 1951.
100 to 500 depends on condition
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I would need to know the model of savage rifle,or shotgun you are asking about to be of any assistance to you.The number that you supplied is the serial number to your savage firearm.
If your rifle is a lever action?Then it is a model 99 savage and with the serial number you provided it was made by savage arms company in 1921.
Your savage 99 lever action in 300 savage caliber was made by savage arms in 1947.
Contact Savage Customer Service through their website.
As far as I can determine, Savage wore # 49. I know for certain he wore that number with Philadelphia and Phoenix.
Your serial number indicates that your Savage model 99 lever action rifle was made in the year 1930.That year Savage ended the year at serial number 334,500.
Hmm -- is "2144891" the correct S/N or was it correct in the previous question, where it was "214891"? The answer changes considerably. Savage made three different semi-automatic pistols in .32 ACP and used a continuous serial numbering system for all three. The last Savage .32 ACP pistol made had a serial number of only 259472, so the number you are providing is either incorrect or not a serial number. The serial number should be stamped below the barrel at the front of the frame.