While researching this for my Dad I ran across another site where the value was listed as $100 dollars for one in fair to good condition.
I don't agree, as it has more value to me. Some nice engraving on the receiver, and parts that keep working. It's worth what you think it is.
They are worth more than that. Do some searches. No matter what condition they are not worth much, monetarily. Sometimes value includes much more than $$. They are reliable, dependable guns. The long recoil design is still in use today in the Franchi 48AL, and it worked fine for nearly 100 years in the Browning A-5 and the Remington model 11.
The savage model 755A was different than the standard model 755 shotgun,because it had engraving,were the standard model did not.So the A stands for the engraved model.
The Savage model 755 and 755a were made from 1949-1958.
The savage model 755a was the follow up model to the Savage model 720 auto loading shotgun which was made with John M Brownings patent.The model 755A was available in 12,or 16 gauge with a barrel length of 26in,28in,or 30in.Various chokes,rounded off receiver,and checkered pistol grip stock.These were produced from 1949-1958.
These Savage model 755A shotguns will range in price from 110-150 dollars,depending on overall condition.
I own one, and found out for myself. They're worth $150 to $300 depending on the condition.
You can try WWW.savageparts.comthey handle a large number of parts for savage Stevens arms
Contact Savage Customer Service, M-F at (800) 370-0708, and ask for a copy of the owners manual- and say please.
I have two Savage semi-autos. Although the long recoil action guns are very reliable and wonderful shooters, they have almost no re-sale value in today's market. Mine are both in 90% condition, and I bought them for under $200.00 each. Remington model 11 parts interchange with a lot of the model 720, 745, 755A and 775A parts.
AnswerEarly Stevens shotguns did not have choke email@example.comOn my Savage semi-autos, a model 755A and 775A, the chokes are marked with an asterisk on the rear left side of the barrel. One for full, two for mod., three for IC.
I own two of these fine shooting guns, a 755A (steel receiver), and a 775A (aluminum receiver). For info ask on the Shotgunworld website. There are a lot of friendly experts there willing to help.
I just bought one, and all I have been able to find out so far is that the bolt is the last part to come out, after extensive disassembly. I need a manual, just like you!
Made in the 1950's. Value is primarily as a shooter, and rarely gets over $250 even in excellent condition. Most of these today are found with cracked stocks. firstname.lastname@example.org
AnswerJust got to get that model number in there. Go back and edit the question to add it, but don't use the # sign.AnswerWhat is the value of a 12 gauge Model 755A serial number 562742 it has a 2 3/4 inch chamber The metal reciver area is inscribed with hunting dogs on one side and the other side has geese taking flight.I just bought one in 90+%, nearly new, condition for $180.00 + shipping. Very reliable good working gun, built as a Remington 11/Browning A-5 clone without a magazine cutoff and with a rounded receiver. Built from 1949 till 1958, if my info. is correct.
Blue Book of Gun Values is a good place to start.