I too would've thought more would be made than that. If so, use the link at the bottom of any page and let us know and we'll get you squared away! This is not out of line as there is no distiction in the Savage log books between 29 , 29A and 29B's, either. Both of these mags fit the Models 1416, 1417, 1418, 1451, 1710, 1712, 184, 54 Sporter, and the 64 Series. And yes, I've already set up an appointment with a gunsmith. No release lever on early guns. Serials did not strictly run sequentially. Savage Arms is no longer able to access historical information on older Savage, Stevens, or Fox firearms.Next
I took it apart out of curiosity and no numbers on the bottom hidden by the stock,either. Looks like another big black hole to be investigated one of these days. Savage Super Sporter serial: 138xx Bolt action. Rough Savage 1895, 1899 and 99 serial number dating, based on the data I have collected over the years. Believe it or not, there was a time when rifles did not have serial numbers. Our database contains values of serial numbers through 566,000 which ended the year 1950.Next
I have not taken the metal out of the stock to see if it underneath on the metal. If it helps the serial number is 53530. It is indeed rounded on the front side and has a pinched metal tab centered on the back trigger side of the magazine that engages with the magazine release center slot! They came in four calibers, the 30-06, 30-30, 300 Sav and the more rare of the four the 250-3000. Hey--I have that same rifle, my uncle gave it me when I was 6--sixty years ago. Did the Savage historian I referred you to not work out? Ghosting your own post will get you a timeout. It is our mission to encourage, organize, and support these efforts throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.Next
Ser 32472 which I found under the butt plate. A date code is a small oval with an inspectors number and year of manufacture stamped inside of it. If you know the answer, do you have a legitimate source? You might be able to call and ask when they ceased production. I've googled this rifle, and saw in the pictures the serial in the same place as you describe. This information may be available through John Callahan who is an independent arms historian and is not an employee of Savage Arms.
So, I have this Savage Sporter. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. It's last patent date is November 20, 1917! Seems that there are several new versions but the orginial one has a knob on the bottom to help extract the magazine and holds 5 rounds! Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. I am just going by the model 99 production and I don't know enough of the savage history to know if they maintained two factorys Utica and Chicopee Falls for different models. The difference between the two is the 5 round clip.Next
Also include any info stamped on the rifle. The patents range from 1915-17. These were built in 1929 till 1940. Any help on finding a web site that may help me find the manufacture year? What I'm really trying to do is eventually meet some online gun hobbyists who have similar interests in Savage pre-war shotguns. I can see that from the design this is going to be a bear to disengage which is why it most likely was not included with the gun, probably got thrown in the drink! Savage 720 guys, chime on in when you can! But I would like to,see if I can hone things done a bit more. Callahan's contact info that you mentioned in my other post about Savage shotguns, but I am not going to give up just yet. Serial number 5000-9999 manufactured in 1897.Next
As I said, I've not removed it from the stock, but unless its on the top of the receiver under the scope mount , there is no serial number to be found. I've read that they weren't produced after the 40's, but who knows. So here is the question the rifle is in good shape but requires a magazine as none came with it! Oh, by the way, welcome to the forum, rtlltj. It's a Springfield-Savage,Model 120A,and like yours,no serial number. Savage Shooters is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Savage Arms. The rear sight was taken off, it would have came from the factory with it on. Pictures alone does not provide enough info to determine if a firearm is shootable or not.Next
Feedback Buttons provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. I inherited a Savage Sporter Model 23C in 32-20. I would not try to shoot it without a proper disassemble and check on all parts. I inherited this rifle and can't find much info about it. Now here is the problem this is an older firearm before savage started using model numbers.Next