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What is the value of a gun manufactured by Savage and patented in Utica NY on Dec 25 1906 and marked 141416 and 22 s-l-lr?

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2008-10-28 02:18:16
2008-10-28 02:18:16

i got one with same marks as yours it says model 1914 on octagon barrel did you find out much more about yours

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