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Very nice!


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Originally Posted by Rare99s
that is one sweet gun you have there. something to be proud of for sure! I have a 1899C 30 inch in 25-35 ..

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That's a nice one, Jeremy.


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thanks Bert much apreciated.. your not far so welcome anytime to see it in person. I'm thinking these guns should be together. maybe Keith and I should flip to see who gets them both.. lol

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Originally Posted by KeithNyst
Received the letter on the 30 inch 1899B :-)

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Good lord, what a rifle! Still hoping maybe we can get together, empty some brass and I can see this unicorn in person.

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Very neat Kieth!! May be literally a One-of-a-kind Savage!! And even more neat now that the Cody archivists are really handling the records effectively! Congratulations Kieth!!


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The company is Hackett , Walther & Gates Hardware Co. , St. Paul , Minn. Started as just Hackett Hardware in the late 1800's.
Hackett, Walther, Hardware

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Originally Posted by KeithNyst
Rick, I'm not sure what you are asking?

Just wondered if anyone had collected all the letter heads used by the historians. Some of use are known to collect anything Savage. shocked


Savage...never say "never".
Rick...

Join the NRA...together we stand, divided we fall!


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Congrats on a tgreat specimen! Plus the bonus... Believe that barrel length qualifies as a Jurassic era "social distancing tool"!
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Originally Posted by iskra
Congrats on a tgreat specimen! Plus the bonus... Believe that barrel length qualifies as a Jurassic era "social distancing tool"!
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With the crescent butt, I thought it could be used as a crutch for Wilt the Stilt?


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Your pics are great and so is your find. Truly a miracle that in a 116 years some short barrel whiner (sbw) didn't cut the barrel down. sbw's long predated savage 99's. How about a pic of it over a nice fat 4x4 whitetail?..mb


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Originally Posted by Magnum_Bob
Your pics are great and so is your find. Truly a miracle that in a 116 years some short barrel whiner (sbw) didn't cut the barrel down. sbw's long predated savage 99's. How about a pic of it over a nice fat 4x4 whitetail?..mb
I never gave that much thought, I guess back then, just as today, a hack saw was cheaper than a new rifle. Maybe it stayed in the family a long time and rode out it's time in a closet corner? We are all lucky Keith found this one.


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