It should be stamped on the barrel It should be stamped on the barrel
Made in Belgium.
No. The savage has its own chamber design. Use only what is stamped on the barrel.
Mine is 1906 but is clearly stated on top of barrel
In good condition the going collectors price is around $240.
Hasn't happened yet.
The barrel should be stamped 30-30 winchester.
i have one of those too and it has the noris stamped on the stock too, but i have no idea who made it.
Yes there is a Savage Model 72. It is a .22 LR single shot with an octagon barrel. It has a Falling or Rolling block action. They were made around the early to mid 70's.
The Savage model 1899B ranges in price from 550-900 dollars for a rifle with between 60%-90% of mits original finish remaining,and a good bore.
About $400-$450, dependng on condition. Octagonal barrel indicates made before WW II, changed to round barrel after the war.
Just what you have described. Without more information, no better answer can be given.
hello how old is my savage model 72 seral # isb195687.The savage/stevens model 72 crackshot rifle was made from 1972-1989.Your rifle has a 22in.octagon barrel,and is chambered in .22 long rifle caliber.It has a color case hardened frame,straight stock,and open sights.
No but there is a octagon barrel
It's a Savage 1899, not 1895, and it was manufactured in 1907.
i've got one, was my grandmother's. she etched her initials and date on the stock, 1929
I am going to assume that you have a savage model 29 pump action .22cal rifle.These were made with a octagon barrel up to 1940.these 22 cal rifles range in price from 220-350 dollars depending on condition.
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.
Not a good description. The .22 rimfire was not invented until 1856, so a rifle made in 1818 could not be.
Yes SAVAGE DID MANUFACTURE A MODEL 220 in 22 SHOT.I am sure because I am LUCKY enough to have one.Reciever end is size of 22 cal of course. Muzzle end about the size of a 410. Barrel stamped--SAVAGE ARMS CORPORATION UTICA NEW YORK U.S.A MODEL 220. Other side of barrel (right side) stamped 22 SHOT. Hope this helps.I never seen another nor have I found anyone who has!!
That would be a model 1889.
It would be hard to determine the value of your model 1899 savaqe rifle.you need to include if the rifle in question has a octagon barrel or round barrel,barrel length,if your rifle is engraved etc.these model 1899 rifles were produced between the years 1899-1922.The serial number provided shows that your firearm was produced in 1911.Please fill in the questions on this rifle and I will be better able to provide a answer as to the value of your savage.