Where can I buy a Savage Model 219?

Where can I buy a Savage Model 219?

Savage- “never say never”. I just purchased at Model 219B in .30/30 from a local gun store. It is in pretty nice shape with good case colors. It does have a serial number on it that is four digit, I’ve looked for more than an hour now on the Internet trying to determine the date of manufacture but have come up empty.

Where can I find Savage gun repair parts?

All Availble Savage Gun Repair Parts-Bob’s Gun Shop,Stevens Gun Repair Parts- Springfield Gun Repair Parts.

Where can I get an owner’s manual for my savage?

Go to the firearms tab at the top of the page and select download literature. If you are unable to download, you can call Savage Arms at (413) 568-7001 and ask for the owner’s manual request line. We do not have owner’s manuals for older models (prior to 1995).

What are the parts of a 1909 Savage?

Up for auction one parts lot for the Savage Model 1909.22 Caliber Rimfire Slide Action Rifle. All parts are used but in good working order. Includes safety. Safety connector bar, safety spring, safety spring screw, mainspring plunger, mainspring, mainspring retaining washer and stock tang screw.

How much does a savage top break rifle cost?

The rifles are anywhere from $200-$500 in 30-30 depending on condition and if you find one in 25-20 or 32-20 expect $1000 or more if the seller knows what he has. Savage- “never say never”. I just purchased at Model 219B in .30/30 from a local gun store.

What is the date on a Stevens Savage?

Those “date codes” for the Stevens/Savage Model 24’s are the same as those found on the Lever Boss Codes for the Model 99 Savage lever-action rifles. I have a Pump 22 that was my dad’s.

What was the caliber of the savage rifle?

Have learned that they were produced in 4 calibers, all center fire, .22 Hornet, .25/20, .32/20 & the 30/30, please correct me if I’m wrong for the only ones I’ve seen were in .22 Hornet. All these rifles were well made and exhibited the overbuilt qualities we learned to appreciate from early USA Craftsmen.