Savage 24 in 223 over 12ga w/scope great gun
Savage 24 in 223 over 12ga w/scope great gun comes as shown with Bushnell 3-9 scope. Shotgun barrel has factory screw in choke tube. Great gun! Good luck no reserve. Payment will be postal money order/check plus $50 insured shipping. Shipping is to lower 48 only. Include copy of FFL or have one emailed to me. I am a private seller/shipper and will include a photo copy of my drivers license with gun. If your dealer requires shipment from FFL add $60 to shipping cost.
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ALL California sales will be shipped through my FFL and will be $125. If your FFL requires shipping from FFL or are shipping to California this will take Longer then shipping myself. (I will accept check/cashier check, but will wait for it to clear before shipping. I will ship faster with postal money order.)
Design – buy guns online
Savage 24 in 223 over 12ga w/scope great gun have one trigger and an exposed hammer, with a barrel selector on the right side of the receiver (up for the rifle barrel and down for the shotgun barrel) and no manual safety. Later models had the selector on the top of the exposed hammer (forward/down for shotgun barrel and back/up for the rifle barrel) with a cross-bolt hammer-block safety through the receiver.
Savage Model 242
The Savage Model 242 is virtually identical to the Model 24, except that both barrels are chambered for .410 bore 3″ Magnum with FULL chokes. These guns were manufactured between 1977 and 1981. Like all later Model 24s, it uses a single trigger and single exposed hammer with a barrel selector lever incorporated into the hammer. It also has a checkered stock and a shotgun bead sight.
Savage Model 42
The Savage Model 42 combo-gun was introduced in 2012, as the successor to the Model 24. The Model 42s barrels are 20 inches long, and the upper barrel fires .22 LR or .22 Magnum, while the lower barrel fires .410 gauge shells. It features black plastic furniture and the adjustable rifle sights can be removed to install a scope base. In 2016, Savage Arms introduced the Model 42 “Takedown” model which breaks down with the push of one button.
Savage Model 2400
The Savage Model 2400 was made by Valmet of Finland and imported by Savage from 1975 to 1980. It is a completely new design and has little in common with the Model 24. The 2400 features a superposed harmless design with a single trigger. The fire selector was a small push button on the upper part of the trigger. They came in 12 gauge (2 3/4″ only) over 308 win or 12 Gauge (2 3/4″ only) over.
Savage Model 389
The Savage Model 389 is an Italian combo-gun made for Savage from 1988 to 1990. Like the 2400 it also features a Superposed hammerless design. However, the 389 has two triggers and came in 12 gauge (3″ Magnum) over 308 win or 12 Gauge (3″ Magnum) over