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Vintage Savage/Stevens Model 22-410 Combination Gun Tennite Stock

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Description: Manufactured between 1939-1950 the Savage/Stevens Model 22-410 combination gun is the predecessor to iconic Savage Model 24 series. Overall condition is very good with nearly all of the original bluing and case color remaining on metal surfaces. A couple specks of rust here and there but nothing too major. Both bores are great and free of any pitting or rust. Pictures are of the exact firearm that you will receive!

Produced in much smaller numbers than the Model 24 this unique firearm features a Tennite Synthetic stock and forend, 24" blued barrel and a beautiful case colored frame.

The little Stevens and later Savage combination guns in .22-410 originated in either 1938 or 1939 (references differ) as the Stevens No. 22-410. The gun resembled the typical break open single barrel gun of the era except that it had a slender second barrel on top of the shotgun barrel. The lower barrel was chambered for the 3" .410 case and was full choke and the slender top barrel fired the .22 short, long, or long rifle cartridge interchangeably. Barrel length was 24 inches and the gun came equipped with the standard open sights found on most .22 rifles of its era. The design is somewhat heavier than a single barrel shotgun and weighed about 6 ½ pounds.

The gun opened with a top lever which could be pushed either right or left to open the gun. The original guns had an exposed hammer and the barrel was selected by sliding a button on the right side of the frame up to fire the .22 barrel or down to fire the .410 barrel. The barrels had separate firing pins mounted in the standing breech and the button moved a "connector" which transferred the blow of the hammer to the correct firing pin.

The barrels had separate extractors. The one for the .410 or lower barrel was a conventional cam-operated design, but the .22 barrel was too far away and too small for the same design, so a spring-loaded, plunger-style ejector is used for the top barrel

The butt stock was attached with a through bolt and the forend was a "snap-on" design attached by a strong spring clip. Tennite was an early plastic which had many structural uses and was used on a number of gun designs.

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Condition: New In Box
Brand: Savage/Stevens
UPC: 50232
Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
Location: PA

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Item #: 981784248
Stock No.: 50232
Seller Since: Jan. 2004
Seller Level: Gold Seller +
This seller is an FFL
City: St. Marys
State: PA
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