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Win 88 and Savage 99 for sale- thining the herd

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by g7777777, May 6, 2013.

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  1. g7777777

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    Jan 29, 1998
    Win 88 made in about 1958 - 308

    Very nice gun and of course not shot much-

    Metal is in very good shape

    Wood has the original metal butt plate and has cut checkering with a Monte Carlo stock- some hunting dings but minor

    Great caliber to shoot or hunt with and of should become more valuable as the years go by

    Factory Open sights


    Savage 99 DL made in about 1963 - 308

    24 inch barrel

    Very few shells fired as with most hunting guns- metal is overall very good with a couple of dings

    Factory open sigts and K4 (optics clear) scope

    Wood with factory montecarlo and checkering has some marks on the original varnish finish but those could be touched up

    A classic that is certain to get more valuabe - but a very viable hunting gun in a great caliber


    Both hunting guns- rarely shot - very tight actions- with of course original finishes and some hunting dings
  2. SC trapshooter

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    Dec 16, 2008
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    Gene, did I miss seeing the prices ?
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