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Go to Browning.com and download a manual.
According to the Browning website, 1987
Try the old import at www.eaacorp.com
0-250 USD depending on condition.
Browning's web site has a sn search function.
They have become collectable in the last few years. 100-500 USD
I have one also.. the only other one I have seen for sale was in average condition and priced at $3000
Most are valued between 700-950 dollars in the condition that you describe.
Cabela's has one for sale right now for $849, excellent condition. I've seen then go for anywhere from $400 - $1000.
Without a sn, unknown.
The Savage 24S (not 245) was made in the late 60's though the late 70's. Exact production date can be determined through the serial number, if it's that important.
On website GunsAmerica has one for sale for 225. Unknown what condition yours is in or the one for sale.
With an unknown voltage you should start out with the highest voltage setting on the meter. Doing this reduces the risk of "pegging" out the needle on an analog gauge or overloading the input of a DMM. Most DMM's are auto-ranging though.
Gauge is a noun (a gauge) and a verb (to gauge).
This model was made by Savage between 1930 and 1949. Dates by Serial are unknown
why doesn't my rpm gauge and temp gauge, fuel gauge not work
1. fuel gauge or gas gauge 2. RPM gauge or tachometer 3. Speedometer or Speed Gauge 4. Oil gauge 5. Odometer 6. Electrical gauge 7. Temperature gauge
18 gauge is thinner than 10 gauge.