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What is a resonable price for a Savage 99 chambered for .300 Savage that is in good condition?

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  • What is a resonable price for a Savage 99 chambered for .300 Savage that is in good condition?

    What is a resonable price for a Savage 99 chambered for .300 Savage that is in good condition?

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    In NRA "Good" ~80-90% condition; about $350-450 around here. Prices vary across the country. I would personally not pay more than that unless it is in pristine condition in collector's grade.

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      Seven years ago I sold a 99RS .300sav with a Griffin&Howe detachable scope mount in 90%+ condition for $900

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        Condition, caliber, letter designation, and year of manufacture all play a roll in value. Good condition low desired model 99's - $300. Good condition high desire, respectably over $1000. The .300 savage was certainly one of the more produced, making it less valuable than say a .303 savage or .250-3000(.250 savage) the .250 savage by the way was the first commercial built caliber to attain the 3000 fps mark or so I've been told.

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