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You should find a Savage model 99 lever action rifle selling for between 350-650 dollars,depending on overall condition,and what caliber it is chambered in.
Your savage 99 lever action in 300 savage caliber was made by savage arms in 1947.
A Springfield model 120 22 caliber bolt action rifle can be worth 100$-250$ depending on the year it was made and the condition it is in.
Numrich Arms in upstate NY
manufactured by savage arms corp.utica.n.y.usa
The value of the Stevens .25 caliber lever action rifle varies quite a bit with its condition. This gun sells for about 300 dollars in good to excellent condition.
If we are talking about a Savage model 99 rifle,chambered in 300 Sav. caliber,then your lever action rifle was produced in the year 1949 by Savage arms Company.
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
The Savage Arms model 58 16 gage bolt action shotgun is valued at $150 in good condition. It is valued at $50 in fair condition.
1960s. The Savage model 1899 rifle that was chambered in 303 Sav.caliber was made from 1899-1922.The model 1895 Savage lever action rifle in 303 Savage caliber was made from 1895-1899.The last rifle chambered in 303 Savage was the first model of the savage 99 rifle which was made from 1920-1936.The Savage 303 caliber rifles were not made after 1936.So your rifle was made sometime between 1895-1936.
ANSWER :101.538840Savage34,65if you have the same numbers as above on your barrel then yes yours is savage. if not check for your number on this site.http://www.gun-data.com/sears_roebuck_guns.html
Made by Savage for Sears.
they only made them for one year 1976
Depends on model, condition and caliber.
$600-$700, depending on condition.
I have a model 99 .300 Savage and I am curious of the value. I have no idea what year it was manufactured but it is in excellent condition.
Mine is 1906 but is clearly stated on top of barrel
Made by Savage for Sears. We still have magazines available.
sometime between 1906 until 1922.
Depends on condition. Around $75-$100 in very good or better condition
Length, not caliber, determines action size