There's a little information in the Blue Book and the Standard Catalog. Manufactured from 1970 to 1981. Valued at $180 in 100% condition. If you need any technical data, you might try contacting Savage Corporation at http://www.savagearms.com
I have a 170 pump .30-.30, I called Savage Arms looking for an owners manual. I explained that the serial number began with an "A". He stated that they do not have anything for information on that model as it went back to far. He did give me a phone number for Gun Parts Corp. They did not have an owners manual. I am searching the internet looking for an owners manual at this time.
I asked, What is the value, Worth of a "Model 840 (eight,four,zero) Savage, Bolt Action,30-30 W/3 rnd. clip, Of Springfield Arms, Westfield, Mass."
Between $170 and $250.
The Savage model 110 is a repeating bolt-action rifle. The Savage model 110E is the same as the Savage model 110.
sometime in the 1990s
You may contact Savage Customer Service through their website. Savage owns the Stevens and Springfield brand names. You did not say what information you seek, so we can't help you further.
Savage never made a model 2 pump action. They made the model 1903, 1909, 1914, 25, 29, 29a and 29b.
These savage models usually are priced at between 65-150 dollars depending on the overall condition of the gun.
I would like to know what a Savage Arms Westfield Mass. U.S.A Springfield Model 18 Series F A939683 is worth? It is bolt action and has a clip in great shape. Thanks Kim Brady
found mine in 1950
yes my father has one i too am looking for info on it.
what the question? what's the question?