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Question by basinger.brando.... Uploaded on March 03, 2010
give you $400.oo if it in good shape
The value varies greatlyon 99s depending on year, engraving, take down model, and so on. Some are quite valuable. I would hold on to it if I were you, Ithink their prices will only go up. Plus they are an American classic.
Savage 99A/F (.300)
Savage 99A/F (.303)
Savage 99A/F (.30-30)
Savage 99E (.250)
Savage 99E (.300)
Savage 99E (.303)
Savage 99E (.30-30)
Savage 99F/R (.250)
Savage 99R (.300)
Savage 99 (Post-World War 2)
Notes: Production of the Savage 99 continued after World War 2. The rifles produced were largely the same as the pre-war rifles, but were built with more modern methods and in some cases, materials. Some new options were also offered in some cases, such as detachable box magazines. Chamberings also evolved into more modern ones. However, by 1985, all production of the Savage 99 series had stopped with the exception of the 99C. An amazing amount of over one million of the Savage 99 series had been built; it is perhaps the most common lever-action rifle in the world.
The post-war Model 99A was basically a modernized version of the pre-war rifle, with better safeties, and dropping of the .303 Savage and .30-30 Winchester chamberings in favor of .243 Winchester and 7.62mm NATO. The Model 99C has a detachable box magazine. A new Model 99E, also a carbine version, was developed, as well as a new Model 99F. A new 99R was also made, but all of these had 24-inch barrels in post-war form.
Do not sell that thing.
In 100% condition (never fired, new in box) it's $975. So if fired and used in good condition (80%) it's $525.
Keep it and pass it along your children!!!
I would never sell a classic like that. Use it and appreciate it.
It is worth what ever someone is willing to pay you for it.
Don't sell the rifle !!! Keep it, if it's an older model, they sure don't make 'em that way anymore Keep it and give it to your little one's, I've got 2 of them, one in .300 and one in .250, I wouldn't sell either of them for $1500 apiece !
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