Hi,I'm new here and love all the info I'm sorry if this isn't the right spot for this..I have a savage 24D series M .22/410 serial number B375404 with ingraved fox on left side and TURKEY on the right side..could someone tell me what year this gub was made? Thanks
Hey, Just came across this site and it looks to be interesting site. I have a question. Could someone tell me what the “A” means in Savage A 410/22 and if the gun was made well and from where it was made? Thank you for any help.
Irishbirddog, read question 4 again and see if this results a better result. As for tenite, I believe the rear and forearms matched, so I think this indicates replacement part. But I may be mistaken - hope you find your answer soon.
Post by squarebodyguy12 on Mar 7, 2021 23:25:54 GMT -5
I recently acquired a Savage 24 chambered in 30-30/20 gauge. It’s marked as a “24v” on the barrel. Looking at the original list I come to #13 I believe which is the 24v/f transition. Does anyone know how I might date this? There is no serial number located in a 1/4” circle talked about on other forums.
Post by desertdweller62 on Jun 29, 2023 17:40:44 GMT -5
As a new Model 24 C-DL owner this thread is FANTASTIC! It has so much information that I would of never known without it. I was able to determine that my 24 was made in 1964 according to the information on 24 C-DL, it has the hammer mounted selector. I want to thank everyone who contributed to this thread and to the entire Model 24 website. THANKS AGAIN!!! DesertDweller62
I've owned my Savage 24 since 1972 when my Dad gifted it to me as a Christmas gift. It has a date stamp 4F indicating 1954. It has a right side selector button, 22 over 4/10, brazed the entire length of the 24" barrel. The Barrels have markings stamped CV and two symbols which are also found thru out the gun. The odd thing is the overall length is 40" not 41". At first I thought maybe my dad cut it down to help with my short lop being a young boy. I just recently did a complete disassemble For a good cleaning. When I removed the butt plate I noticed the letters CV stamped onto the stock under the butt plate. Has anyone else found their Savage Model 24 to be 40"? Could it be possible to get a special order from Savage back in the 50s? Just curious, thanks for your time.