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Old 09-08-2010, 03:56 PM
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FOR SALE (MT) - Savage Model 99 plus parts inventory - Barrel & stock photos


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I assembled the fixings to create my side lever safety Savage 99 in 308 Winchester. I also acquired a parts inventory to keep the rifle functioning for generations. The 99 was intended to solve a specific problem. I have solved the problem differently, so I no longer need to create the 99.

The complete 99F action is in excellent condition. Because I am uncertain my spare rotary magazine assembly with brass rotor is satisfactory for 308-length cartridges, I acquired a second complete rotary magazine that has an aluminum rotor. This, for sure, has satisfactory length.
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Parts for which I have no graphics - my flatbed scanner cannot do the job because of length of parts - are 99F 308 barrel and buttstock-foreend group. I think the wood came from a 99E.

The barrel shows bluing wear. Lands and grooves appear to be in excellent condition. I know the barrel has been fired, but I see no sign of this fact.

Pistol grip buttstock and foreend have impressed checkering. Buttstock has a solid plastic butt plate affixed. My parts supply includes a metal butt plate. Buttstock has a slight hairline crack - the standard 99 crack - where 99's tang meets inletting. This crack DOES NOT extend top-to-bottom. It appears to have merely begun to form. I am nearly certain it can be repaired successfully. The foreend has no issues.

Photos of stock and barrel in subsequent reply.
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While I will want some money included in a transaction, I have many items for which I am interested to include as part of the transaction.

Scopes in alphabetical order, not order of preference
- Burris Euro Diamond 1X-4X-24mm
- Leupold VX-7 1.5-6x24
- Niikon Monarch African 1.1-4x24
- Weaver Dangerous Game 1-5x24

Reproduction Sheepskin or winter flight jackets - size 40
- ANJ-4 (Aero/Eastman/Lost Worlds/Real McCoy)
- B-2

- Saeco #454 mold (300-grain SWCGC)

- Smokeless powder and primers
- Black powder and caps

- Morseth sheath knives









Two views of same parts group.



Rotary magazine assembly with aluminum rotor.
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Old 09-08-2010, 08:21 PM
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Old 09-09-2010, 07:04 AM
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To comply with board policy, you will have to put an asking price on all items, or a bulk price for all.
Oops. Cash price is $825.00 plus actual shipping cost.
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Old 09-23-2010, 08:40 AM
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Here are barrel and stock photos.







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Old 10-13-2010, 10:23 AM
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Barrel only

Would you consider selling the barrel only? How Much. Rocky Wiley 530 478-0866
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Old 10-13-2010, 12:34 PM
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Would you consider selling the barrel only? How Much. Rocky Wiley 530 478-0866
PM sent, Rocky
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Savage Model 99 parts inventory

Hi,

I know this post is a few months old, but do you still have the stock for the Gun? Asking price? Thanks.

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Old 12-21-2010, 09:26 AM
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Hi,

I know this post is a few months old, but do you still have the stock for the Gun? Asking price? Thanks.Ted
Ted:

Thanks for asking about the 99 parts. The entire kit-'n-kaboodle has been tentatively sold, payment to be completed by January 22, 2011. Were there to be some sort of major glitch, I'll let you know.
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