The Mod 720 Miltary has 3 mod. the Riot 20 in Barrel w/sight ramp the mext Skeet w/a 26 in barrel and the trap haveing a 30 in Barrel .Now the SER. Fall in 65,000 to 86,000. The Riot well get from 600.00 to 1850.00 . But it must be correct Haveing a 20 in barrel w/a sight ramp. the long barreles will get 300. to 1000.00 .High end being mint condtion. Also the barrel ser.no. are numbered to the gun. Look for that.I don't have dates I go by the ser. no.Some had engraved receivers . I have one w/a cutters on it and trying to find out if it was done at the Factory for the miltary or or did some knot head put it on . That's how I got to this sight. I need help with the cutters does anyone know for sure.My gun is mint. in the 7o.XXX range . P.S. the Barrel will have U.S.and BomB on it also.
If your Savage model 720 riot shotgun has between 60%-80% of its original finish remaining,then it will be valued at between 600-925 dollars.
I can say that the Savage model 720 shotgun was made by Savage from 1930-1949.I do not have the serial numbers by year of production thou.
The savage model 720 auto loading shotgun was made from 1930-1949.You may try Savage Customer Service to see if they have the year of your shotguns manufacture.
1930 - 1949
AnswerNo. In my research into this question, they dont come with a Remington barrel, but they say that the Remington model 11 barrel is interchangeable with the Savage 720, and visa versa. They will not be interchangeable with the Browning A5 barrel.
It is a Savage, like Remington in the early 1900's used Brownings square back design. It was manufactured by Savage.
This model was made by Savage between 1930 and 1949. Dates by Serial are unknown
I can say that the Savage model 720 shotgun was made from 1930-1949.With the serial number provided,I would think that it was made sometime in the 1930,s with that low of a serial number.
Somewhere around 1938. There are no precise date records, but production started in 1930.
...from action. Spring, washer (with taper pointed away), then bronze bushing.
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=94359195 sold one for $533
The savage model 755a was the follow up model to the Savage model 720 auto loading shotgun which was made with John M Brownings patent.The model 755A was available in 12,or 16 gauge with a barrel length of 26in,28in,or 30in.Various chokes,rounded off receiver,and checkered pistol grip stock.These were produced from 1949-1958.
This savage shotgun is selling for between 150-300 dollars depending on the condition of the wood and metal finish remaining.
Assuming a standard model with 90-95% original finish (unless you you have a short barreled riot gun, which is unlikely), it should retail for $155-$165.
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The Benjamin 720 was made from 1947-1962. In good condition it would be worth around $80 to $105
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.
There is no Xbox 720 available?
The xbox 720 cost 40,000 dollars
I have two Savage semi-autos. Although the long recoil action guns are very reliable and wonderful shooters, they have almost no re-sale value in today's market. Mine are both in 90% condition, and I bought them for under $200.00 each. Remington model 11 parts interchange with a lot of the model 720, 745, 755A and 775A parts.
The Xbox 720 isnt out yet. Also, the next-gen console may not be called Xbox 720.