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I am hoping that somebody can help me. I have an older Savage .22. It has a hexogonal barrel. I can not find a model # on it anywhere. A friend of mine that has some knowledge of rifles disassembled it and said something about it being hand filed and that the serial # we found was hand stamped. It is a .22 short, long and long rifle. It is a pump action with a clip and has a scope, model # 329 made by the W.R. Weaver company. Any help would be great. THANKS!
 

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According to the 2004 Standard Catalog of Firearms, the only Savage pump-action with octagon barrel and box magazine is the Model 1903 - made from 1903 to 1922. Values: Exc. $350 VG. $275 Good $200 Fair $100


Nothing else really said. Cute little rifle.

Is it shootable? What is the overall condition?
 

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The rifle needs cleaned, but is in great shape and is shootable. The scope's cross hairs are messed up. I am not sure what happened. I have heard that the scope did not come with the rifle, and is from about 1945 or so. Thanks for your help with this.
 

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That old Weaver scope should be repairable. I don't have the info myself just now, but one of the other guys can probably tell you where the service company is for the old vintage Weavers. I don't think the current Weaver company repairs the oldies anymore.
 

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This same gun was given to me by my girlfriend after her father passed away. It is in good shape and functional, but it's missing the clip/magazine. Any ideas where I might be able to get one? Thanks
 
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