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Savage Model 99
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fortyrod
Posted 2017-09-01 9:55 AM (#84925)
Old Salt

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Subject: Savage Model 99

I just acquired another one to add to the collection. Came across a 30-30 and paid to much for it. I already have the 303, 300 (Janet Blair's rifle), and 250-3000. Now all I lack is the 25-35, which I probably won't find. That 300 remains my gun of choice and has dumped a lot of deer plus one bear and a couple of yotes

Edited by fortyrod 2017-09-01 9:58 AM
PaulR
Posted 2017-09-01 10:05 AM (#84926 - in reply to #84925)


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Posts: 1108

Location: Hopewell Junction NY
Subject: RE: Savage Model 99

 the 300 Savage was my brother in law's favorite until stolen from his cabin.
PaulR
Posted 2017-09-01 10:28 AM (#84927 - in reply to #84925)


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Location: Hopewell Junction NY
Subject: RE: Savage Model 99

If you REALLY want one in .25-35.
Sewer Pipe Snipe
Posted 2017-09-01 11:23 AM (#84928 - in reply to #84925)
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Posts: 1149

Location: Albany, GA.
Subject: RE: Savage Model 99

In reality that is not a bad price for one. The best Sheep Guide there ever was swore by one just like it. I gave more than that for the one I have. Own Four 25-35's, a Savage 99, a Winchester 94, a Ballard and a Mini Sharps. The Mini Sharps was built to be the Grand Son's Deer and Woodchuck rifle. Great caliber for the young, starting out hunter. 
fortyrod
Posted 2017-09-01 12:12 PM (#84929 - in reply to #84928)
Old Salt

Posts: 411

Subject: RE: Savage Model 99

Sewer Pipe Snipe - 2017-09-01 11:23 AM

In reality that is not a bad price for one.  


Then I got one hell of a deal on the 30-30 at $550. I will have to save pennies to get one of them.
Sewer Pipe Snipe
Posted 2017-09-01 2:00 PM (#84930 - in reply to #84925)
Master and Commander

Posts: 1149

Location: Albany, GA.
Subject: RE: Savage Model 99

Your still short a take-down with a spare 410 barrel. Save a lot more pennies. Especially with the original case. By the way, my 25-35 is 95%, and it took me eight years to find one that good. If it is in 85% or better, you did great on the 30-30. The internet makes finding those things a lot easier than stopping at a whole bunch of gun shops when you travel, just not as much fun.
Coyote
Posted 2017-09-18 1:26 PM (#85130 - in reply to #84925)


Great Sage of the Sea

Posts: 714

Location: NE Florida
Subject: RE: Savage Model 99

I still have grand-dad's 99 in 30-30. Fine weapon.

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