Help identifying .22LR

Discussion in 'Rifle ID & Value' started by duckman, Mar 20, 2005.

  1. duckman

    duckman Guest

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    I inherited 2 guns from my father in law and would like help identifying them. Their both pumps. The savage has an octagon barrel and is stamped Pat. Dec. 25, 1906 & .22S.L.&L.R. on the top of the barrel. Barrel length = 23.5".serial # 84561. and it is missing a clip, which I need if you have recommendations. The browning is a pump w/ a 10 round magazine tube and stamped on the top of the barrel FABRIQUE NATIONALE D'ARMES DE GUERRE HERSTAL BELGIQUE and then below that BROWNING'S PATENT-DEPOSE, to the right and side of the barrel towards the receiver is 22.L and 4 odd stamps, serial # 42474. Recommendations on model #s and values would be very helpful.
    Thanks,
    duckman
     
  2. cowpoke

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    Is there any way you could post some pictures?

    It would probably help Id the rifles.
     

  3. Irish Setter

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    Savage made a Model 1903 pump 22 short, long, and l.r.

    It has a 24 inch octagan barrel, checkered walnut pistol grip stock, and grooved slide handle. Magazine is a 5-shot detachable box. The model 1909 has a round 20 in. barrel. Model 1914 has a 24 in. octagon barrel with a plain pistol grip stock. Could yours be the 1903? Is it a takedown model?

    Edit: Go to gunsamerica.com. Type in savage 1903 and you will find a photo of one.