Shotgun question.. Savage Arms/ Harrington & Richardson Arms Co.

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by meanhusky, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. meanhusky

    meanhusky New Member

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    Hello, I recentlly aquired a couple of shotguns and am wondering what how old they are.One is a Savage Arms Stevens M77f 16 gauge pump action,2 3/4" chamber...serial A115224. The other is a Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. Topper M48 20 gauge single shot, break action with the serial I 5827. Also what might be the price range on these if possable.. thanks. :)
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  2. meanhusky

    meanhusky New Member

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    I must admit that I made a mistake when I made the post earlier.. that was all my fault.. I have since corrected it. I was looking at my Winchester when I was typing. Sorry for the screw-up.
  3. BETH

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    not to worry welcome to the forum someone will help u
  4. meanhusky

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    Thanks Beth, been a member for awhile.. i sure hope that someone can help.. having lots a problems with the Stevens..
  5. Big Shrek

    Big Shrek Well-Known Member

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    Savage-Stevens listing I have shows...
    Model 77 slide action repeater,
    made 1954-1971,
    26" barrel has IC choke, 28" has M or F choke,
    Gauges 12, 16, 20
    5-shot tube mag,
    weight 7.5 pounds,
    plain pistol grip stock with grooved slide handle...value dependant on condition, but around $200

    Model 77-AC
    same as above except has Savage Super Choke...also around $200, give or take...

    That's all I have on the Savage 77's...


    The H&R M48 Topper
    made from 1946-1957,
    Similar to the old Model 8 Standard, single-barrel w/hammer, and takedown shotgun...
    Gauges 12, 16, 18, 20, & .410,
    Barrels-Plain: 26"-30" M or F choke,
    Weight: 5.5 to 6.5 pounds dependant on gauge and barrel length,
    Plain pistol-grip stock and forend.
    Worth around $125-150 in excellent condition...

    Sorry, no found gold with these two...
  6. meanhusky

    meanhusky New Member

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    Thanks Big Shrek, I appretiate it. After giving it a good cleaning I have discovered that the barrel is quite rusty on the inside and in my opinion needs to be replaced. Would you happen to know where I would be able to get a replacement?
  7. goofy

    goofy Well-Known Member

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    WITCH ONE NEEDS A BARREL?
    Mike
  8. meanhusky

    meanhusky New Member

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    The Savage Stevens.. it's a 16 gauge an all I can find are 12 gauge barrels.. I can everything from 18.5" to 28" in everything else but 16..Thanks
  9. HossFly

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    It's a shotgun-A little rust on the inside won't affect it all that much. Clean it good & shoot it :cool:
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