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old savage 22lr??????

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by ghitch75, Feb 27, 2010.

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  1. ghitch75

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    this was my grandpa's gun...has no model # that i can find and it's a bolt action with a 5rd mag.....longest barrel on a 22lr that i have seen 25"....thats all i know..help me find out what model it is....
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    Hello friends and neighbors // It could be a Model 19 NRA

    They had the full stock(military) and a 25" barrel.
    1919 to 1937 Exc$395/VG250

    Very nice looking .22, with family history you must feel lucky to have it.
     
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    Please reduce the size of your pictures.
    Model number not stamped on it?
     
  4. ghitch75

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    no #'s any where.....pic's are now half size...
     
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    im gonna say 1910s to 1930s. but are those cherry cough drops for sale?
     
  6. ghitch75

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    just an empty box i was goin' to prop it up with...lol
     
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    I would disassemble and look for evidence of restocking, as you can clearly see that the stock comes from a rifle with the bolt more to the rear, looks like a springfeild 03 stock, metal should be marked with company and modle. keep looking, also look to see if marks migh have been polished off, check the barrel, at the very least it should have the maker and caliber.
     
  8. ghitch75

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    i know it's a savage....Manufactured By Savage Arms Corp. Utica NY USA...
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    22-LONG RIFLE


    over the eject hole
    and thats it....
     
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    haha, and i would search around gun broker to see if you see any similar ones
     
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    Looks like a military trainer from here.
     
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    it does look military...
     
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    Savage 19 NRA, wish I could have seen the full size pics to give an exact model #. Looks to be one of the later models before the magazine change. Everything is 100% factory.

    Shadow 7D mentions the notch in the rear, it is for the safety. This rifle was built as a military training rifle but was beaten out by Mossberg even though it was more accurate, just not cheaper, it actually out shot the Remington's and Winchesters of the day.

    They have a fairly crappy mag design but they shoot very well.
     
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    Yep the NRA 19 version of a Savage 23A. Best shooting out of the box .22lr guns I have ever seen.
     
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