What is the value of a Savage model 99 take-down version 22 hi-power?
Depends on which variant (99H, 99F, 99G, etc), and most importantly in what condition. Could be worth over $1000. Digital pictures would be a big help. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
The CD is a model 99 indicator which was used to show what difference,s there was to this version of the model 99.The model 99C was made from 1965-1997 and modeled after the model 99F.The difference between the model 99C and the model 99CD was that the model 99CD had a monte Carlo cheekpiece stock instead of the model 99C,s plain monte carlo stock.The savage model 99CD was made between the years 1975-1981.
What would be the relative values of a pre 1965 Savage 99 lever action takedown 308 with a rotary magazine no rust or cracks and 80 percent original finish and a non-takedown model of the same quality?
Just yesterday I took my Model 99M .308 to Cabela's Gun Library experts (in Rapid City, SD) for an insurance valuation and they told me it would be valued at around $800. Mine is a non-takedown model in very good condition. It has checkering on the forearm and grip, gold trigger, rotary mag, shell counter, original sling, etc. However, based on my own research and the values they put on my antique Winchesters, I think…
savage model 340 As far as I know the Savage mod. 340 was released in 1947 and sloght improvements made each couple of years until the mid- 1970's. chilla67 According to Fjelstad, it was made 1950 to 1985. Wold also indicates a carbine version was made for a brief period of time, but I have never been able to validate this.