model 1899 25-35 savage arms

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  1. harleyd13

    harleyd13 New Member

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    i have a model 1899 savage arms 25-35 serial # 114937. i'd say good condition 30% original bluing. dark stock 2 minor flaws. would anyone be able to give me a clue as to what it might be worth?? thank you
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    Depends on which 1899 model. There are six models of 1899, A,B,C,D,F, and H. We need more info. Pics would be a big help.
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    harleyd13 New Member

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    how would i go about telling which model of the model 1899 i have??
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    harleyd13 New Member

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    this is what i can gather about the gun. i believe it is a model 1899H, 25-35 cal., round 20" barrel, straight grip buttstock, rubber butplate, straight forearm w/ delicate schnoble tip. like i said good condition. hope this helps in determining a value. thank you
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    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    Hi harleyd13........welcome to TFF. :)

    Your Savage Model 1899H rifle was made in 1910.

    In only 30% condition, in caliber .25-35, it's current value is about $300.
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