A little more description, please. I can't locate a Savage Model 77 in the Blue Book. If it is a rifle, the thing on the end is probably a flash-hider, and if it is a shotgun it is probably an adjustable choke. IF it is a silencer and you are in the US, contact the nearest ATF agent to get your 10 year vacation in a federal "resort." In California and a few other places, even having a flash-hider or threads on the barrel to screw one on can turn some hunting rifles into evil assault weapons.
Edit by Henry0Reilly - The Stevens-Savage 77B is a pump shotgun and the thing on the end is almost certainly an adjustable choke. The value is from $130 - $200, depending on condition.
I have a savage model 77B pump shotgun and the thing on the end is certantly an adjustable choke it has 3 settings; full, modified, and improved. Full makes the widest pattern, and improved makes the smallest, with modified being some where in between.
Slight correction: Full makes smallest. Improved makes widest.
Full for longer range.
Improved for closer.
I think the Savage 755 looks a lot like a Browning A5
i have a stevens model 34m what is its value looks in excellent condition
Skeleton and organs
it looks like something
depends how it looks but it usually run for 3 grand or more
Since Meriden stopped production in 1918 the firing pin will have to be made. The model 15 was made from a savage patent so you might be able to adapt a firing pin from an early model savage rifle. I saw a picture of the model 15 on the web and it looks a lot like the savage model 29 that was made in 1929-1933.
Savage 745 Golden.
it looks like a water bottle
If your model 400 is a semi auto shotgun, with a squarish back to the receiver (something like the Browning Auto-5) these were made for Western Auto by Savage/Stevens/Springfield, and should cross reference to the Mdl 745. The e-commerce side of gunpartscorp.com has a schematic for the Savage 745/ 745C, see if that looks like yours. They DO have some parts available if needed.
Looks like Savage built them. Their model SB100B. Hawthorne model name was "Vulcan". Parts are available from Numrich Gun Parts. Good to see someone else owns one.
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Coast to Coast Model 267 20 gauge according to Proohouse.com is the Savage model 77; however it looks like a Remington 870 clone to me. Ron Montgomery email@example.com