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What is the age of a model 24 SE Savage Arms?

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2008-03-03 22:55:48
2008-03-03 22:55:48

I bought a new one in 1971 20 gauge with 22 magnum, price then around 80.00

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The last savage model 24(the predator model) was discontinued in the year 2007.

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