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Is there a market for Savage 24's

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Shooting Jack, Apr 6, 2010.

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  1. Shooting Jack

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    Is there a market for Savage 24

    I have a couple of Savage 24's I had thought about selling. One is a plane jane in very good condition model S-E and the other is the fancier model series P. They are 20 ga under 22M. They are both in very good condition. What is the present value? Jackie B.
     
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    Shooting Jack,
    Here in Penna. they are very popular and sell briskly from 200. to 300. depending on condition. The .22mag/20 ga. was the commonest but still sells well. The DL models with the nickel colored receiver get more money and generates a little more interest at the local gun shows. Hope this helps out.......Uncle Sam, Pa.
     
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    They have gone way up in value in recent years.
     
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