I was looking through a reference book the other day and the Model 30D with ventilated rib, engraqved receiver and variable choke was manufactured in 1971. According to the listing it was discontinued after that one year. Value in Excellent condition was shown at $200. I happen to own one so was also interested in it's history.
The Savage model 220 was available in 12 gauge,16 gauge,20gauge,28gauge,and 410 gauge chambered barrels,with a barrel length of between 26 inches-32 inches.
It will either be marked on the barrel as a word or a code using * and -.
Modified choke with the 28" barrel.
The savage models,221,222,223,227,228,and 229 were similar to the model 219,except these models were supplied with a shotgun barrel.(each model listed above represents a different gauge and barrel length).I would try numrich gun parts corp.or E-gun parts.com.
the large magazine cap screw has to be unscrewed, after which the barrel simply rotates and slides off the front of the shotgun.
Being a sxs its approx gun value is $350.00I
Try looking at the frame, receiver, barrel
It is a Savage/Stevens Model 94, and the barrel has been cut off. Value is minimal.
The Stevens model 311 was discontinued in the year 1989.You would have to contact Savage/Stevens to get the actual age of your double barrel shotgun.
Depending on the condition of the gun between $275.00-$110.00.
You have one of only 2,000 model 335 savage shotguns made.These shotguns were made from 1926-1935.
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.