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Where can you find the age of a Springfield Arms Co 22 model 53A?

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2004-01-30 22:35:32
2004-01-30 22:35:32

Springfield Arms Co was a trade name used by Savage/Stevens in the 1930's and 40's. I can't find a date for the production of a model 53 or 53A. Actually, it is not listed in any of my newer books, but a 21-year old Official Price Guide lists it as a bolt-action single shot. If this is it, it should be a good shooter and a great heirloom, but a poor investment. Even in excellent condition, it would probably bring only $100-$125 retail. Well - maybe it was a good investment. That old price guide shows it at only $45.

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