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This item is a Savage 24 V, Series D combination gun. They don't make them like this any more! And this is a nice one! It features the original factory 24-inch barrels arranged over/under style, with 357 Magnum up top and 20 gauge (3-inch chamber) below. The bores are in excellent condition, bright and shiny, the rifling looks great. The butt plate, extractors, and the hammer mounted barrel selector are original factory and completely functional. Both the front and rear sites are original. You can use the iron sites or install a scope on the factory drilled and tapped base. The wood and metal have thier original finishes and are in excellent condition, a few light blemishes on the surface, most all of which can be seen in the photos. There are no extra holes drilled in the forend, butt, nor anywhere else on the gun. This weapon shows almost no wear, and certainly no abuse.
This is a used piece, manufactured in the late '70s or very early '80s, but it is in nice shape, and in perfect working order. This is an excellent choice of weapon for plinking, target shooting, or hunting small game, birds, varments, predators, etc, even turkey and deer. Lots of versatility here, as was its original survival oriented design.
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