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age of the rifle and value
Are you sure the first character is an '8' and not a 'B'? Savage 24V was made 1971-1989. email@example.com
The 24v series D model is a variety of guns it could be a .22 cal. through a .357 caliber on top with a 20 gauge on the bottom so the value varies but I have a .222 cal. over a 20 gauge and it is valued at $260 in mint condition and $200 in good condition
I can say that the Savage model 24V was made from 1967-1989.You may want to contact savage directly for a more accurate year of production.
I expect about $600 but it could go higher. I am searching for one and they are hard to find.
According to the 26th edition of the blue book of gun values. A model 24V in 100% condition is valued at $425 where in 60% condition it is valued at $200.
This model of Savage was made from 1967-1989.If your Savage has the under lever opening in front of the trigger Guard,then it was made from 1980-1989.If not then from 1967-1979.
I was/am researching info on my own Savage 24V .30-30 over 20 ga, and came across a site that stated the 24V was only manufactured during 1967. I will try to back-track my history/bookmarks to see if I can find the site again. -- Actually, no. -- The 24V guns, in various configurations, were made through about 1989. This gun was made in the late 1970's.
These are valued between 375-550 dollars depending on overall condition.
The savage model 24V was made from 1967-1989.for a specific year you would have to contact Savage customer service directly.
If in very nice original condition a range of $425-$500. If scratched, bluing missing etc $350 or less.M
The Savage model 24B was introduced in the year 1950 along with the model 24.These were made until 1965.
Between 175-400 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining,and a good set of bores.
I bought one for $400Cadn, It was made from 1970-1989 and approxmate value depending on condition is 100-350 US$$
In excellent condition $375
These will range in price from 175-350 dollars,depending on overall condition,and a good set of bores.
No its not. Its for 24v security cameras.
You don't. 2 12v panels together don't make 24v - doesn't work that way. If you need 24v you need to get 24v panels.
I just bought one the other day and gave $225.00 for it and have been offered $350.00 already We've seen them moving between $350-$500 depending on condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course it is bad, whether it`s humming or not.
Just about any rings and mounts made by Weaver will fit nicely. Using lesser quality rings will cause the scope to go out of adjustment when the shotgun is fired.
Apply 24v and listen for click Ck coil for open with ohmmeter Clean contacts if possible
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Sure. Just make sure the charger output isn't more than 24v.
You need a DC power supply in order to connect a 24v DC motor to household power.