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Old June 29, 2021, 04:21 PM   #11
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No, I would never buy a rifle with the SAVAGE markings drilled through. That's the dead give away. .300 Savage was a pretty common chambering and the one grandpa had was that caliber. His rotary magazine was brass. I can't even remember noticing a counter on his. Grandpa's Savage had "1899" stamped on it. Might have been the patent date of the model designation. Some Savage Models 99's have been branded Model 1899's. Gramp's 99 (or 1899??) had a straight stock and no checkering. Just original iron sights.
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