Probably more accurate than the shooter. It depends on the condition of the barrel and quality of ammo. clean the barrel real good, make sure all wood to metal contact points are solid and it should print at least 1 inch groups at 100 yrds.
This Rifle is the same as the Savage model 170. I have one in .30.30 and cannot fault the rifle in any way. It is also a very accurate weapon especially for a pump action rifle.
None. None other than the fact they can be hard to find. The Savage 10ML and ML II are some of the finest muzzleloaders to be had. Rumour has Savage making their last production run of the 10 ML this year. ( 2011) Let us hope otherwise. Super strong, accurate and a Savage. Very few, if any are better.
Be very exacting and accurate.
The savage 63M was made in 1964-1969 with the full mannlicher style stock. It hada very weak shell ejector and was prone to break...although it was a very accuraterifle the value is very small at around 100.00 to 125.00
Very good in comparison. Durable, accurate, good price.
It is a hornet that originally came from Europe.It is VERY BIG!!
your gun was made by Savage arms in the 50s Vendor code 101 means Savage Stevens model 16 means model 87 semi automatic 22 cal .These were very accurate and reliable rifles These guns were made in huge numbers and parts are readily available. Parts and stocks are avaiable from Numrich arms gun parts corp..West Hurley NY. I have found this supplier very reliable . Remember 101 16 is really a Savage Stevens model 87.
Savage/Stevens Model 5000 very much a model 311
The 3 rifles on the rack at my Local gunshop are selling for between 575-675 dollars.These are very close in age to your Savage model 99 rifle.
He came up with a very accurate model of the atom. The quantum model was the next model.
With the serial number that you have provided,you actually have a very Early made model 1899 Savage rifle chambered in 303 Savage.The serial number indicates that your rifle was made in the year 1900.The first model chambered in 303 Savage was the model 1895,but Savage only made 6000 rifles from 1895-1899.Your serial number precludes this model.They did not make a model 1893 rifle.
ABOUT $400 IF IN VERY GOOD CONDITION
Good good gun very accurate
Yes there is and I own one. It is a very rare and old gun that my uncle gave me for x-mas. He got it from a yard sale because an old man passed away and it was stored in his barn. I have shot 6 deer with it and it is very accurate.
Savage manufactured a Model 110 bolt action rifle in several calibers. Very good rifles.
99N Savage 308 -Condition:Poor = $175.00Fair - $450.00Good - $675.00Very Good = $975.00Excellent = $1150.00
My records indicate that the first Savage model 110 rifles were made in 1958.The model 110L was made later than 1965.The very early models did not have a letter designation attached to the number 110.
First, the 30-30 cartridge did not exist in 1833, so I take it you meant 1933. You did not say what model of Savage rifle, but the Savage 99 was a very poular rifle. The value will depend on the exact model and condition, but could run $200-$500. Give us more information, and we may be able to narrow things down.
My dad had a savage model 775 with very nice wood and ingravings its in 85 to 90% wat is the value?The Savage model 775 standard semi-auto shotgun in 85%-90% condition will bring 150 dollars.These were fine made shotguns that were produced from 1948-1958.There was also a light weight semi-auto model that was made from 1950-1965,the difference being a alloy receiver.
Yes, a globe is very accurate because the world is round so it is an exact model. If you had a map you would have to squash the world down
A Stevens/Savage model 860 22-caliber rifle is generally worth anywhere from $115 to $150 if in very good condition. Shipping on some websites can be as high as $25.00. The Savage Arms Company headquarters is located in Westfield, Massachusetts, and has been making rifles and shotguns since 1894.
Follow the instructions in the owner's manual. Contact Savage for one if you don't have one. i have a savage model 111e 30-06, on mine you hole the trigger in while sliding the bolt back, you can also try the pafoa.org webpage, those guys are very helpful.
A very large wasp.
Your rifle was made by Savage for Western Auto. It is a Savage Model 46. You can contact Savage for an owners manual. It is a very basic bolt action. Remove the screw on the underside of the forearm to take action out of stock. Push the 2 pins out that hold the trigger group in place, and you can remove the bolt. gunpartscorp was a schematic at their website, under savage 46.
Sorry- there are at least 24 different Savage Model 99s. Value is driven by EXACT make/ model, and condition. With the exception of the 99E, most are worth around $450-$550 in good/ very good condition. Some rare versions are worth more.