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5 years ago #1
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i have a savage 22 hexagon barrel pump copyright date on the barrel is december 25th 1906 I cant find anyone who will give me a value any guesses

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5 years ago #2
bigcurt
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hello,, ,,i think it's a model 1903..does it have a clip or is it tube fed? the 1903 is clip fed ,, and values for it will depend on which grade and variation you have ,,values for a standard model would be between 200-250 depending on condition and in good working order,,there were some fancy grade models with engraving and checkered stock but those are few and far between ,,and also a gallery that had a mechanical counter for shot counts ,,,,unless one of the above the standard model is the most often encountered..
bigcurt

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5 years ago #3
ccam1109
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thanx but why are these guns so inexpensive

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5 years ago #4
bigcurt
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hello,,mainly because of the name ,,savage just isn't the high dollar rifle a remington or winchester is ,,they were cheap to buy and just don't have the collector following the big names do ,,savage 110 rifles will usually outshoot any production rifle on the market these days but there price is 1/2 what a comparable centerfire from remington or winchester is sold for,,most savage 22 rifles are worth around 100 bucks to mabey 200 if mint but 22 rifles from the same time frame with the big names will double or triple+ those numbers,,like a winchester model 1906 basically made around your rifles date ,,a pump 22,,looks simular except yours i beleive is a clip fed and the winchester is tube fed ,,both shoot the same ammo,,but the winchester starts of in the book in good condition worth 450,,why.. the name ,,sorry but the prices i gave ya are from a 2009 catalog of gun values ,,and are current values ,,i looked back thru my books back to 04 and the prices may have rizen 20-50 bucks but this model is just a sleeper and someday maybe will go up but it's a savage!

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5 years ago #5
ronjohn
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I have the same gun clip fed just need a clip. Had a new stock made identical but also kept the old one I need a clip, still looking without any luck so far. other than the above mentioned issues it is in perfect working order and shoots very well. Any ideas where to find a clip. ronjohn

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5 years ago #6
ncmntnman
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bob`s gun parts have clips to fit the savage 1903 , 1906 and 1909 . they run around 35.00 plus shipping . ncmntnman

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5 years ago #7
Ralph
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I also have a Savage 22 Hexagon Barrel Slide Action with a lPatent date of Dec. 25 1906. I would like to know if there is a model No. for the gun and what it's value is

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4 years ago #8
NicksDad1970
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I have thie same gun with the same date. But it is tube fed.

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4 years ago #9
ncmntnman
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if it is clip fed its probly a model o8 if its tube fed its probly a 06 model. if you need parts you can find most parts at bobs gun parts .com

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4 years ago #10
Ben
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I recently purchased a savage 1903 w/ original magazine. It also has an Irish setter engraved on one side of the reciever and what looks to be a shorthair engraved on the opposite side of reciever. It also has like a rear flip up peep sight (or tangent sight)and a front flip sight. The stock also has checkering on it. Any thought to the value of this version of the 1903?

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4 years ago #11
kcbuck
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Take this Savage Model 1903 "Gold Medal Grade" to a very good appraiser prior to selling. This model is rarely seen and there is no valued published for it.

NOTE: Plain American walnut stock, animal ornamentation on receiver, Grade "A" checkering, and standard sights.

Looks like you hit the jackpot.
Good Luck,
kcbuck

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4 years ago #12
Ben
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Thank you Kcbuck for the info on the savage 1903 that I requested. Now I'll have to find a good appraiser.

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4 years ago #13
kcbuck
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Your are most welcomed....

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4 years ago #14
D.J.
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I have one of these, but it has engravings on the stock like you mention. Looks hand engraved was wondering if this is the factory look. The surrounding of the engraving is lots of 1/16" round marks, and the inside of this surround is curved wavy patters.4/5 the way back in the middle is a rounded marking that has almsot a fish net look to parts of this. If this is the Factory please let me know, this gun was handed down from my Grandfather to my Uncle, then when he passed this was the only thing my Father wanted and he gave it to me just before he passed. So I'm never selling it, just curious what I have.

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4 years ago #15
bob's gun parts
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please email me. I need a clip for a savage1906 pump.

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4 years ago #16
D.J.
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Not sure if you meant for me to E.Mail you, the Clip unfortunatly I do not have. I am taking this antique down to the range on Tuesday and manually loading a low power .22LR into the breach to see if it works. Guns is super solid feeling when you pump it, put's my other 2 .22 rifles to shame in that regards. No doubt in my mind it will fire, but I want to make sure.

Good luck on the clip, if you find one would you let me know where? <email> is my E.Mail

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4 years ago #17
NCMNTNMAN
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IT`S A 1906 AND YOU CAN GET THE CLIP YOU NEED AT BOB`S GUN PARTS.COM IT WILL BE ABOUT $35.00 PLUS SHIPPING COST. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU PUT A CLASSIC BACK IN ACTION.

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4 years ago #18
hoss77
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this is not factory done, hurts the collector value, that gun in original condition w/clip I would give $500.

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4 years ago #19
D.J.
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Thanks for the info, wasnt' sure if it was factory or not. My grandfather was a carpenter and he did stuff like this so I bet he did it.

I took this to the range without clip or anything. Manually put a round in the chamber and tried to shoot it but nothing. Still feels rock solid and tight, so I'm just hoping the Pin is not hitting right. *No marks on the back of the rounds when ejected*

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4 years ago #20
hoss77
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probably needs taken apart and cleaned, could be the firing pin is stuck. good luck

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4 years ago #21
savage22 pump
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I PICK UP A SAVAGE 22 PUMP DATED DECEMBER 25 1906 AT a garage sale nand i am wonder what the value is execellant condition

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4 years ago #22
kcbuck
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What's the model number / model name and condition of the firearm?

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4 years ago #23
savage22 pump
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savage 22 pump date on it is december 25 1906 excelant shape was still in case .i am looking at the picture and I think you are from around my area ABE.I just need a ball park figure

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4 years ago #24
kcbuck
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Still need a model number or pictures of both sides of the receiver, overall length (both sides), and pictures of all markings and symbols....

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3 years ago #25
trickshot
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I just bought a Dec. 25th, 1906 Savage 22 cal. Collector with tang sites and hex barral. Has a 23.5 barrel, pump action , perfect bore, with clip dated april,28,1908...very original. very clean... Just got it for $650.00...there is no model number

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3 years ago #26
luv44mag
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my great grandparents old savage 22 that i have looks like the 1903 but does not have the same patent writing on the top of barrel. Mine says;
manufactured by the
savage arms co.utica.new york.u.s.a.

has no date at all... written in two lines like i typed it. mag feed but has no mag... crescent steel butt plate 6959 is stamped behind the trigger on bottom grip area....any idea what it is?

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3 years ago #27
GeneB
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Based on your info it's a 1903 - the patent was applied for in 1901 but was not granted until 1906. The lack of a patent date on your guns just means it was made before 1906, which the low 6959 serial number confirms. Yours is the earliest barrel stamp that was probabaly chanted somewhere between serial number 41,000 and 42,000 - there were actually two different before they added the 1906 patent date. This patent date is were the false assumption of there being a Savage model 1906 comes from - the patent was 1906, the gun was still a model 1903.

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3 years ago #28
luv44mag
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just wanted to say thank you very much for the info on my rifle....i have not been able to find any, so what you said was very much needed.... thanks again

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3 years ago #29
rpoopjr
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i just got a savage 1903 just like the earleir dude had the one with the long haired retriever on one side and a short haired on the other...any idea who or where to take it for a value? i traded it alone with 3 other guns for a dirt bike lol i think i made out well. i can post pics if needed

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3 years ago #30
Mad Dog
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Ya, I'd like to see some pics of it, sounds like a special order.

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