Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

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Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby cheezit » Mon Jun 26, 2017 5:55 pm

Was hoping someone may be able to help. Didn't find any on gun broker.
1914 savage 22 cal pump with octagon barrel.
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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby flechero » Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:01 pm

A good answer will cost you some pics. ;-) I don't have a clue on value, I just wanted to see pics. :txflag:

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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby cheezit » Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:04 pm

For some reason this site always tells me the file size is to big. I have no idea how to fix that.


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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby cheezit » Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:27 am

Thats it but not a take down. Thank you


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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby RossA » Tue Jun 27, 2017 11:00 am

I don't pretend to be a gun valuation expert, but I do know that in any area of collectible items, condition is everything. The same gun could vary wildly in value depending upon whether it still has original bluing, is noticeably rusted, banged up stock as opposed to pristine wood, etc.
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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby cheezit » Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:18 pm

RossA wrote:I don't pretend to be a gun valuation expert, but I do know that in any area of collectible items, condition is everything. The same gun could vary wildly in value depending upon whether it still has original bluing, is noticeably rusted, banged up stock as opposed to pristine wood, etc.

100% complete, bright bore, all original bluing not refinished, stock and pump both in great shape.


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Re: Looking for an aprox value of a 1914 savage .22 pump

Postby TreyHouston » Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:40 pm

cheezit wrote:
RossA wrote:I don't pretend to be a gun valuation expert, but I do know that in any area of collectible items, condition is everything. The same gun could vary wildly in value depending upon whether it still has original bluing, is noticeably rusted, banged up stock as opposed to pristine wood, etc.

100% complete, bright bore, all original bluing not refinished, stock and pump both in great shape.


I have been doing this gun appraisal for a LONG TIME. Its worth about $30 BUT i'll buy it for $50, even pay for the shipping. :evil2:

Man, that sounds like a keeper! I hope its worth a ton! Nice find!
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