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I may have posted pics of this before, but today I found out the age of these .300 Savage 99s, which I thought were from the 1950s. On another forum, I found out the one on top is from 1941, the one on bottom is from 1930. They have six-digit SNs, which I also found out kinda link to the age: I was informed that the six-digits in 99s are like pre 64 Winchester. I believe they're called "Pre Milled," although I don't know what that means. They've both been D/T, but that's not such a terrible thing. The age apparently doesn't add to the value, but it's nice to know. A couple of really well preserved rifles that apparently weren't hunted much. I removed the scope mounts and put on the Marbles tangent sights. They both shoot as well as I can. I love them!
Concealed carry is for protection, open carry is for attention.