Savage 308 Model 99C

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  1. man7sell

    man7sell
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    I have a Savage Model 99c lever action 308 that I bought from a Friend. I probably will never shoot this gun so I think it's time to trade or sell for something that interests me more.

    The rifle is about an 80 on a scale of 100. It looks like it is factor drilled for a scope. The wood is OK but if I were keeping it I would probably refinish it and maybe re-blue.

    As I see them go for 500 + in "good" condition, I think $350 would be a reasonable price. I would prefer to trade, maybe for a 1911 in 45 ACP, or a Walther PPK of similar condition, or maybe something in single action like a Ruger.

    Anyway thanks for looking.

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  2. Grizzly_A

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    The extra metal on the bottom, did the bottom rust out and need to be reinforced?
     
  3. man7sell

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    No rust on this gunshot I'm not sure what you are referring to grizz
     
  4. ruger757

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    99C has a clip. That's the clip.
     
  5. Grizzly_A

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    I thought they were all rotary mags. Learn something new every day. That would be the ticket for an ATV hunting rifle. Thank you, and good luck with sale.
     
  6. man7sell

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    Sold thanks.
     
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