What kind of shotgun does Savage Model 24 have?

What kind of shotgun does Savage Model 24 have?

NEW THIS WEEK! This Savage Model 24 Series B is an Over and Under combination rifle/shotgun in .22 Long Rifle and 20 Ga. It has 24 inch barrels. A blade front sight and adjustable notch rear sight.

What’s the average price of a savage shotgun?

A SAVAGE ARMS shotgun is currently worth an average price of $482.65 new and $349.50 used . The 12 month average price is $436.62 new and $411.70 used. The new value of a SAVAGE ARMS shotgun has risen $168.34 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $482.65 .

What are the different models of the Savage?

Savage 24S: (In this case the S stood for side lever barrel release) Joined barrels the entire length; lack of center tang in the rear of receiver. Models include 24S, 24S-A, 24S-B (not sure at this point it exists but follows logically in sequence so I include it) 24S-C, 24S-D & 24S-E.

What kind of chamber does a savage 389 have?

Savage 389: Made by an Italian Company for Savage, like the 2400 it was shotgun over rifle in configuration. It came with 2 triggers (one for each barrel so no selector) and was chambered in.222Rem/12ga and.308Win/12ga. This 12 gauge chamber was built to 3″.

What’s the average price of an over under shotgun?

If you buy one, give it a little break-in time to grow on you. The walnut stock on my test gun had nice grain for a gun with an MSRP of $693. It was even on par with some of the popular over-unders you’d see in the $2,000 price range. It was given a satin, no-frills finish. I liked the slim butt stock.

Are there any over / under shotguns in 12 gauge?

But let’s get back to that CZ flagship over/under — the Redhead Premier. Of special interest, this model is not only available in 12, 20, 28 and .410 — each of these gauge receivers is delivered in their own size frame, which means the 12 gauge is made on one size receiver, the 20 on a smaller receiver and on down the line with the 28 and .410.

How much does a side by side shotgun cost?

Nearly all 18 models of over-unders and side-by-sides in the series carry suggested retail prices of less than $1,000. So I took the 12-gauge field model of the SRII for a test drive to see how much a grand can get you these days.