The last savage model 24(the predator model) was discontinued in the year 2007.
According to Guns Internationals, a Savage Arms rifle model 24 is worth an estimated $795.00 in god condition. The prices will vary depending on condition.
The Savage model 24 will range in price from 165-300 dollars,depending on overall condition.
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Stevens is a sub division of the Savage arms Company.That is were I would start my search.The Savage model 24 is the model number.
Model 24 .22/410 dates to around 1954. The Model 24 came in many "combo" gauges over the years. I own a Savage 24 .22/410 that was purchased new in 1955. Hope this helps.
Your savage model 24 o/u is valued at between 200-450 dollars depending on the condition of your savage.
The Savage model 24B was introduced in the year 1950 along with the model 24.These were made until 1965.
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twist rate in model 110 fp with 24" barrell
Look on the receiver and/or barrel
A Savage model 24 -3030- 12 gauge in good condition is valued at $500. It is a rifle over shotgun combo.
Savage as the Model 24.
the value ranges from $200.00-$800.00 depending on the condition of the fire arm.
The original model 24 is not. However, there is still one version of the 24 being made- a Turkey gun (model 24 F) that is 30-30, .223, or .22 Hornet over 20 g or 12 g. You can also check the Savage catalogue on line- they are still in business.
These was made from 1950-1965. The gauge of shotgun and caliber of rifle can help pinpoint a manufacture date. As well as small details, such as is the barrel grooved for a scope? Any engraving on the receiver? Where are the selectors located? What type of metal is the receiver made from? This is the best site overall for all questions and discussion about Savage Model 24s: http://savage24.com/ Good luck, they are great guns!
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You are thinking of the Savage Model 24 series of combination firearms. They usually came in a rifle/shotgun combination with .22 lr/410 being popular as well as the .22 lr/20 ga and many other choices. That model is no longer produced although there are many for sale on the used market and, in a truly suprising development, Savage Arms is now producing the Model 42, which is a modern version of the Mod 24 using lots of polymer and modern features. Check out the Savage web site or Auctionarms for an old one.
The factory website lists the twist rate for .223 for the model 24F as 1 in 14 for the 24 inch barrel.
100-500 USD or so