The Savage rifle model 29 was produced from 1929 to 1967. Model 29s in excellent condition sell for as much as $450.
The savage model 29 slide action .22cal rifle was made from 1929-1967.
If your Wards western field is marked M080,then you have a Savage model 29&model 75.The model 29 was made by Savage from 1929-1967.these were a .22cal slide action rifle with a 22 in barrel in a octagon shape until 1940,and round shape after World War II.I believe that these were re introduced in the 1960,s as the Savage model 75.
a common price range value of 150.00 to 225.00
A Savage model 20 in .300 caliber in NRA 90+ condition could bring $800 or more. The rifle would have to be in original condition with no attempts to restore. GunsAmerica had a model 20 go through on 11/29 for $895.
I dont know of a particular serial number breakdown for the Savage Model 29. A good rule of thumb for that model is that octagon barrels are pre-WW2, round barrels after. Value is based on condition. Without knowing that, figure on a low of $50 for a parts gun to $300 for an excellent example. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
The rifle you have was made by savage .Not much info out there on them but it is a model 29 savage if the stock is checkerd And a model 25 if not. I have one in my shop at this time that I'm working on They are a nice little gun . Joe
It is POSSIBLE you have a rifle sold by the Edward K Tryon Co of Philadelphia. They were a well known sporting goods company. Many firms had guns made for them, marked with their own brands. Your rifle MAY be a Savage model 29. The link below shows pictures of a Savage 29- see if yours looks like those. Value of a Savage 29, depending on condition, is $250-$300. Store brand guns are typically 5-10% less.
Cannot find a cross reference for an 80A, but if you rifle is a .22 pump, it is likely a Savage Mdl 29. These were sold by Wards as their Model 80. The Savage 29 was made from 1939-1967.
depending on condition 100 bucks
To disassemble Savage Model 29, separate the operating handle from the breech bolt. Move it halfway before pushing down.
Your western field model 80A was made for Montgomery wards by the savage gun company.There model was the model 29.these model 29 savage,s were produced from 1929-1967.
Made by Savage, and is a version of their Model 29 slide-action rifle. That model was made from before World War 2 through the 1960's. Would have to see the gun to get close on age. email@example.com
Since Meriden stopped production in 1918 the firing pin will have to be made. The model 15 was made from a savage patent so you might be able to adapt a firing pin from an early model savage rifle. I saw a picture of the model 15 on the web and it looks a lot like the savage model 29 that was made in 1929-1933.
Your Marlin model 29 slide action .22cal rifle which was made from 1913-1916 will bring between 150-300 dollars for a rifle showing between 50%-90% of its original finish and a decent bore.
Your rifle was made by Savage for Montgomery Wards (it is a Savage Model 29 D1) These had a VERY long production life- late 1920s to about 1967. Very nice little rifles- values for a good specimen can run $200 and up.
Whippet was a brand name used by the HD Folsom company on guns it made for the Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett hardware chain. Folsom and Savage did a lot of business in the 1930's so it is possible that Stevens may have used the Whippet name when they merged with Savage. If I had to guess, I would say it's most likely a Stevens Model 29. The Model 29 was made between 1895-1935. Value depends on conditon. I have seen them run from 75-500.
Savage never made a model 2 pump action. They made the model 1903, 1909, 1914, 25, 29, 29a and 29b.
AnswerJ.C Higgins Model 29 was manufactured for Sears by Hi Standard:Not all J C Higgins were made by Hi Standard, but this model was.Marlin, Winchester, Browning and Savage also made guns for Sears.
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.
The model 29 began production 1929, and changed production at an unknown date (possibly right after WW 2) and ended production in 1967. Value will be based on condition, but may range from $200-$350.
Plese check your information and re-ask the question. A Western Field model 80 is a copy of the Savage .22 pump rifle known as the Savage model 29. Western Field was sold through Montgomery Wards and the WF name was put on hundreds of different models from many different well know arms makers.
what is the value of a s&w model 29 with a 10.63 barrel
I have seen them sell on auction sights from 175-400 dollars,depending on overall condition.