The Savage model 63 single shot .22cal rifle was produced from 1970-1972.
The value of your Savage model 63 is between 30-70 dollars.These single shot .22cal rifles were made between 1970-1972.
Your Browning model nomad 22cal pistol was made in the year 1971.
The savage model 29 slide action .22cal rifle was made from 1929-1967.
If we are talking about a lever action single shot ,22cal rifle,with a 18in barrel,and Martini style action?These savage/stevens model 89 rifles were made in 1976.
1981 to 1989. then it was discontinued.
The savage/stevens model 72 crackshot .22cal rifle was made by savage during the years 1972-1989.
Between $100 TO $175 depending on condition.
These crackshot rifles in .22cal were made from 1972-1989.
If you are asking about the savage model 22?Then this .22cal rifle was made in 1922 only.
If you have a Savage model 24S(20 gauge,or 410 gauge)with the .22cal,then these were made from 1964-1971.If you have a model 24C(campers companion)nickel finish,.22cal over 20 gauge)20 in barrel.These were made from 1972-1988.
Made for Sears by Savage as their model M521.
website for gunpartscorp, letter S, Savage, Model 73, and there is a parts diagram.
Best to let a gunsmith do it.
"Pistol" is used to refer to revolvers, semi-automatics, or muzzle-loading/cap-&-ball handguns. Savage has made several types of pistols over the years, including semi-automatic and single shot pistols. Savage continues to make the "Striker" single shot bolt-action hunting / target pistol. If you are referring to Savage's famous semi-automatic pistols made in the early 20th century, they were made as follows: model 1907, .32 caliber -- 1908-1920 model 1907, .380 caliber -- 1913-1920 model 1915, .32 caliber -- 1915-1916 (the "hammerless" model) model 1915, .380 caliber -- 1915-1917 (the "hammerless" model) model 1917, .32 caliber -- 1920-1926 (replaced the model 1907) model 1917, .380 caliber -- 1920-1928 (replaced themodel 1907) Savage also made prototype .45 and .25 semi-automatics during this period, but these never entered production. In the 1960s, Savage made single shot "western" .22 pistol (the model 101) that looked like a revolver; this was discontinued about 1968.
I can say that the Savage model 25 slide action .22cal rifles were made from 1925-1929.yours is some where in this time frame.
Your coast to coast model 288 rifle was made for the hardware store chain by savage.The savage model 87J was the original model designation for your .22cal rifle.The savage model 87 was made by savage from 1938-1945,with a total production of 200,000 made during these years.
The Model 101s were manufactured from 1960 to 1968. Read more: I have a pistol says model 101-22 cal.lr Savage arms corp - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/firearms/55oem-pistol-says-model-101-22-cal-lr-savage-arms-corp.html#ixzz2C9GFDwY3
Without saying the model number in your question? The best that I can do is say that you may have 1 of 2 models.The savage model 25 had a octagon barrel and a pump action,open sights,takedown,hammerless,tube magazine,plain pistol grip stock.These were made between 1925-1929.The second model is the model 29.These pump action .22cal rifles had a 22in.octagon barrel until 1940,open sights,checkered pistol grip stock on the pre-war version.these were made by savage between 1929-1967.
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The answer to your question is yes.The only firearm made by savage in 25-20 caliber was the model 219 single shot.It was a 26in barrel,open sighted hammerless,breakopen top lever with a plain pistol grip stock.The model 219 was made by savage between the years 1938-1965.
Your Western field model sb80A was made by the Savage arms company.the Savage model 29-DI is the same firearm as yours.The Savage model 29 was made from 1929-1967.You will have to contact Savage directly and see if they can provide the exact year of production for your Montgomery Wards(western field) .22cal rifle.
While I cannot give you the exact year of production,I can say that the savage model 1904 single shot .22cal bolt action was made from 1904-1917.The total production was around 62,000.If I had to make a choice I would say 1910-1911.