The Savage Model 4 was a well-made, accurate arm. Realistically, in average condition its value is about a hundred bucks. The Model 4M variant in .22 WMR (Winchester Magnum Rimfire) would be worth considerably more.
Your Savage model 775A light weight semi-auto shotgun was made from 1950-1965.
Between 150 200 dollars
The Model 37 was mfg. in 1956. The -4 indicates FULL choke.
4 to 6 hundred
Depends on the model, I have a Savage 110 270 and it hold for 4 rounds.
What you have is a Savage model 1899, not a model 1895. All model 1895 rifles have 4 digit serial number. There are too many variations, calibers, and factory options to answer this question without seeing a picture of the rifle... Mike... email@example.com
have a Stevens model 67 series e 12 gauge 2 3/4 3 in shells what is the value please
c.1980. Value around $350.
No way to value with just the serial number.
My records indicate that Savage Arms company made a model 3,3s,3st.these were made as single shot rifles.The savage model 4 was a bolt action repeater in .22cal.Either way both are not considered rare.the model 3 is valued at between 60-120 dollars,and the model 4 bolt action is valued at between 40-80 dollars.
The age of your Model 19 with the serial number provided,is 1978-1979.The value cannot be determined without a more detailed description of your revolvers overall condition.
1973. Value $300-$350.
Need the exact model to answer.
Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1954. The -4 indicates full choke.
Absolutely not! 2 3/4" only!
1980. Range from 100-400 USD.
1972 Excellent condtion 94's go for 4 to 5 hundred.
Proofhouse.com has sn data.