How big is the barrel on a Savage Model B?

How big is the barrel on a Savage Model B?

The Model B was introduced in 12, 16, 20, and .410 bores. At some point in the early 1970’s the 16 gauge was dropped, but the other three bores were available until the end. The usual barrel lengths were 30, 28, and 26 inches in 12 gauge and 28 and 26 inches in 16 and 20 gauge, although some guns with 24 inch barrels were sold.

What was price of Savage Fox Model B?

(Savage had purchased Stevens in 1920.) The resulting gun, named the Fox Model B was introduced at a MSRP of $25.75.

What are the specifications for a Fox Model B?

Following are some specifications for the Fox Models B and B-SE circa 1975 as provided by the Gun Digest and Shooter’s Bible. Gauges: 12, 20, .410 bore. Chamber length: 3″. Locking system: Underbolt. Frame: forged steel, color case finish, decorated on sides and bottom. Trigger(s): Double (B); single selective (B-SE)

When was the Savage Model B SE discontinued?

It was to be a long lived model, remaining in the Savage line until rising manufacturing costs and the sale and reorganization of Savage Industries, Inc. (which became today’s Savage Arms Company) caused it to be discontinued in 1988. By that time the MSRP for the Fox Model B-SE had risen to $525.

When was the Savage Fox Model B made?

First produced in 1940 by Savage Arms Company (Savage Arms purchased A.H. Fox Co. in 1929) as an upscale version of the Stevens Model 311, the Fox Model B would be a strong seller for Savage until its discontinuation in 1988. The Fox Model B was offered in 12, 16, 20, & .410 bores with standard barrel lengths of 30, 28,…

What’s the value of a savage 12 gauge shotgun?

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When did Savage Arms buy the

By Chuck Hawks. Savage Arms purchased the A.H. Fox Company in November of 1929. They kept the A.H. Fox gun in production until America’s entry into the Second World War, 1942 being the last year an A.H. Fox retail catalog appeared.