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#3174830 - 07/23/09 07:41 AM Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value?
Racer1 Offline
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Registered: 10/13/04
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Hi Guys...Can anyone give me information and a reasonable price for a Savage Model 219 30-30 single shot in good to excellent condition? Action locks up VERY TIGHT. I just purchased one from a couple who needed the money for a house payment and am just trying to recoup some of my money.

I can take and post pics if that would be helpful. Thank you.

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#3174864 - 07/23/09 07:53 AM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: Racer1]
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They have been Selling from what i have seen any-where from 125.00 to 300.00 tops pending condition of course.
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#3175851 - 07/23/09 03:11 PM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: 1899sav]
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I have a couple of 220s (shotguns) and a couple of 219s , IIRC the most I have paid for one is $175 and the least was $80

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#3175885 - 07/23/09 03:27 PM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: 6mm250]
blairvt Offline
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I'm interested if you are looking to sell. Email me at blairvthotmail.com
thanks

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#3176086 - 07/23/09 05:08 PM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: blairvt]
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No , I just mentioned those as an indicator of prices.


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#3176200 - 07/23/09 05:55 PM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: 6mm250]
mad_dog Offline
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Originally Posted By: 6mm250
I have a couple of 220s (shotguns) and a couple of 219s , IIRC the most I have paid for one is $175 and the least was $80

Mike


Ditto.

Got my 30-30 for $120 and my 220 28 ga for $70.

Got the 22 Hornet, 16 ga, 25-20 barrels seperately.
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#3176575 - 07/23/09 07:42 PM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: mad_dog]
blairvt Offline
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I was telling Racer1 I was interested if he wanted to sell.

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#3179854 - 07/25/09 07:10 AM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: blairvt]
Racer1 Offline
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Registered: 10/13/04
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Loc: KY
Any info on age? All I can find is a small 21 inside a circle on the right lower right side of receiver. I have also attached pics if that helps.





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#3179877 - 07/25/09 07:20 AM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: Racer1]
mad_dog Offline
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Registered: 02/10/03
Posts: 13222
Loc: Ontario, Canada
Recoil pad ain't original, pretty scratched up stock and a fairly good sized crack in the forearm. Definitely nothing in "excellent" condition there, maybe fair.

Looks like a $100 truck gun to me.

The circle and number is an assembly mark. Your gun was made in Utica back when the 219 was introduced. They never started to serial or date code the 219's till well into the Chicopee years.
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#3179893 - 07/25/09 07:26 AM Re: Savage Model 219 30-30 Info and Value? [Re: mad_dog]
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I think Mad Dog was being generous when he graded it fair.

Looks like it has spent most of it's recent life on the floor of a pickup. On top of the tools, but underneath the logging chains.

$100-$125


Edited by 99guy (07/25/09 07:30 AM)
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