I assume you mean a Savage Model 170 rifle. The link below will take you to a website with photos of a Savage 170.
I cannot find a "Savage Model 59A" in any reference book - are you certain of the model number? There is a common Savage rifle, the Model 99A, which was chambered for .303, .30-30, or .300 Savage. The caliber markings will be on the barrel. If it is a .22 then it is almost always chambered for .22 Long Rifle. If it is chambered for .22 short, it will be marked as such. If in doubt, take the gun to a local gunsmith for a professional appraisal. The savage arms 59a is a bolt action 410 shotgun. Should have Stevens name on it above savage arms corporation.
Recommend you ask a gunsmith for help and watch
M4's use a Magazine to feed the bb's into the weapon. A clip is a holder of ammo that is not spring fed, a magazine is. so what "clip" are you referring to for what model m4 & who makes it?
take it with you to try the clip.... I am pretty sure a Walther PPK (not PPKS) clip will fit perfectly. You can try Numeric.com, gun parts they may have an original model. sparkman7x7
First, the 30-30 cartridge did not exist in 1833, so I take it you meant 1933. You did not say what model of Savage rifle, but the Savage 99 was a very poular rifle. The value will depend on the exact model and condition, but could run $200-$500. Give us more information, and we may be able to narrow things down.
Your rifle was made by Savage for Western Auto. It is a Savage Model 46. You can contact Savage for an owners manual. It is a very basic bolt action. Remove the screw on the underside of the forearm to take action out of stock. Push the 2 pins out that hold the trigger group in place, and you can remove the bolt. gunpartscorp was a schematic at their website, under savage 46.
Those I've seen take 2 3/4 or shorter.
The value of any firearm is based on the exact make, model and condition. In the case of a Savage 99, the model and caliber will also affect value. That rifle may be worth $350 or $1,200, depending on what you have. You will need to take the rifle to a gun shop or gun show for a hands-on evaluation.
There are orange things on the side of the gun, just above the clip. Pull it, and take out the clip.
Good question, I have one of the very early models, l908. I know that it can but it will probably take a gunsmith to do it.
That really depends on the condition. Take it to a gunsmith or appraiser or go to auctionarms.com to get an idea of what they are selling for.