From descriptions and a few photos I found on the net I have what appears to be a Savage Model 20 in. Recently i ran this number on this in 30 06 which i've since converted to year and bears the majority of the serial numbers. If you to know the age, click the bottom link. Fixed sights, 6 and savage 99c in the order form and the date. It is a 1968, I think. They moved to there present location in 1960,which is the plant that you have noticed. Operation Homecoming Staff, Clark Air Base, Philippines.
Our database contains values of serial numbers through 566,000 which ended the year 1950. For a rifle designed in the last decade of the 1800's, it had many modern day features that are still prevalent on currently produced rifles. The serial numbers don't mean a whole lot for 99's of that era- it's the date code that matters. The marks on the inside of the frame, where the lower barrel seats when closed, are what I would call assembly stampings, and match frame to barrel, found on underside of shot barrel near forend lug, and also sometimes found on the butt stock under the butt plate. A date code is a small oval with an inspectors number and year of manufacture stamped inside of it.
That's not unusual for my rifle to not ship until 1962 based on the fact that Savage was chambering the 99 in. You must check at least one option in one category. The number for is 7724xx. . I'm sure you'll get lots of offers to help. Significance of the numbers is not known.
It is very small and sometimes lightly struck so you may need a magnifying glass to find it. All older models have matching numbers on the fore end, butt plate, butt stock and bottom of the receiver. Some were marked with the model number on the left side of the receiver ring, some were not. You are not logged in. I have a question about serial number orders and dates.
But i'm not have the, 32-40 or two on this a date code sxs shotguns military misc. Your code should be a number and a letter inside a small oval or circle, stamped onto the front of the lever boss probably very faint and hard to see. It has the same heavily crowned muzzle as the 99-C has. This from a rifle that was basically designed in 1895!!!! The rifle has got a factory engraved Savage emblem on the butt as well as on the outside of the factory leather case , schnabel foreend etc. The early models retained the drilled and tapped top while a later produce version had an L-shaped bracket with a picatinny rail which mounted with 2 screws to a breech support bar on the right side. Thanks in advance for any help.
We work hard to bring the best gun discussion! It appears to be a f model. Thanks in advance for any help you can give. You could also look through the Savage 99 site and compare features to your rifle to verify this age. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! Savage 24D: This is one series I'm still figuring out Separated barrels; Monte Carlo type stocks on some but always with checkering on stock and forearm unlike the standard stocks. Where can I find a site that will let me look up a rifle's date of manufacture Savage 110 by serial number? The second issue is trying to get a better handle on my 99F.
Two questions if someone would help out. Mad Dog should have enough numbers in that range to give you the exact year. Usually found on the lever boss of Savage 99's. The earlier versions look similar to model 1899-H featherweight. I have a New England Arms R92.
I suspect there were left over 24V receivers sitting in back stock and the 24F was coming off the design table, so the remaining parts were combined with the new to deplete remaining parts. The date code went on as the finished rifle neared completion, hence it is an accurate indicator of age. The second one is a 99F in. I'm trying to get all my guns info on record and was wondering if anyone could. All models other than the 24V Series D were only chambered in. No idea why the bolt is etched, bubba maybe, not factory though.
Get great deals on eBay! In my humble opinion the great Model 99 should have ranked higher. Savage 24 Field Grade : Separated barrels, top of tang barrel release lever; plain standard stocks like on the early Savage 24's. 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. Receivers with their serial numbers on them were made at a different rate of speed than actual rifle production, and strict adherence to sequential serial number usage wasn't adhered to. Again sorry for the lengthiness, but this should help others out there. Date code should be or when they made in late 70's but from walter claude snyder's. But either overlooked, or simply cannot find the serial numbers listed by years of manufacture on here! Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! A fire destroyed most Of the records on serial numbers and number made each year.