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I have actually a really nice condition Savage 99 and am make the efforts to pin down day of manufacture. Based on serial # 572xxx Savage website states made some time ~ 1950. Supposedly after that day the serial numbers to be not offered in sequence. Caliber noting 250-3000 Savage. It has an El Paso Weaver K4 in Weaver pivot mounts. The bar boss code has actually no oval and a noting like no letter I understand of.I am hope someone might have one idea.
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.FYI, in between 1949 & 1970 Savage significant every version 99 (and some various other models) with a "letter date code" to denote the year that manufacture.On the model 99"s that date code is described as the LBC (Lever boss Code), and is located inside an oval top top the bottom of the receiver, alongside or just ahead that the lever pivot.If you find the LBC on our design 99, you have the right to google "savage day codes" to gain a listing of i m sorry letters denote which year..
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.FYI, between 1949 & 1970 Savage significant every model 99 (and some other models) with a "letter day code" to signify the year the manufacture.On the version 99"s that date code is referred to as the LBC (Lever boss Code), and also is located inside an oval ~ above the bottom that the receiver, next to or simply ahead the the bar pivot.If you discover the LBC on our design 99, you deserve to google "savage date codes" to acquire a listing of i m sorry letters denote which year..

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My google-fu tells me the your rifle to be made around in the center of the year (Summer) of1950.General version 99 day of manufacture InfoSN535,000-SN595,000 to be made in 1950 back there space overlapping number in the late SN580XXX-SN594XXX range. .
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