There are 5 distinct types of shotguns made.The single shot,the over under/double barrel configuration,the pump action,the bolt action,and the semi-auto.you cannot combine two of them.Now what type of Savage 12 gauge shotgun do you have?A model number our name of your Savage shotgun will help in determining what you have and a better description of the shotguns overall condition will greatly help in the identity of the shotgun in question.
These shotguns are selling for between 150-300 dollars at this time.
A bolt action shotgun in 12 gauge.
This shotgun was made between 1933-1945 with total production being 29,500 guns.
Give us a clue. Got a model number, or at least an action type - single shot, double barrel, pump (slide), bolt action, semi-automatic? Savage made dozens of different shotgun models and most were available as 12 gauge. semi automatic 12 gauge 775 single barrel magazine fed
The Savage 440B 12 gauge over and under shotgun is valued at $700 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is valued at $300.
The value of a Savage 30F 12 gauge shotgun is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the shotgun.
your sears shotgun was made by savage arms.There model number was savage model 96.
We need make, model, and condition- and it is not a rifle- it is a shotgun.
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Stevens 947y This shotgun is a Savage 940,940Y,or 940B
The savage model 220 shotgun made from 1938-1965 will bring between 40-75 dollars.
The value of a savage OU model 333 12 gauge shotgun depends on a couple different things. The most important of these things would be the condition of the shotgun.
The savage/stevens model 58 was made during the years 1933-1945,with a total production of 29,500 firearms made.
The value of a gun is determined by the condition of the gun and its demand. As of 2014 the value of the Savage 12 gauge gun is 165.00.
A Western Field Mod 30 is a Savage Mod 520 Model 30 (based on Stevens/Savage 520) was a pump action shotgun and came in 12 and 16 gauge, but NOT 20 gauge or .410 gauge. Model 30 (based on Kessler model 30C) was a bolt action shotgun and also only came in 12 and 16 gauge. There is some confusion about model 30 Western Fields because there were two very different variations, both pump and bolt action types. If your Western Field shotgun only has "model 30" stamped on it, with no other alpha-numeric designation such as 25EKN or SB526, then it is likely a pump action 12 gauge.
Enter "Savage 940E" in Google Images. There are many pics there.
The value between $500.00 and $850.00
Check with Savage Arms (They bought Stevens in 1920) You can also check gunpartscorp website.
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