Savage Arms Vintage Hunting

Since 1984, Savage Arms has made a range of firearms, including rifles and shotguns, for hunting, recreational shooting, and protection. Patches, catalogs, key chains, and other collector's items also display the company's logo. This huge collection of vintage memorabilia and replacement parts can be used to add to a collection or to replace a part on a vintage gun.

What types of collectible Savage Arms memorabilia are available?

Along with high-quality American-made firearms, Savage Arms has also produced a wide variety of memorabilia items in their over 100 years as a company. These items have sometimes been made as standalone items and other times as special commemorative pieces in honor of a particular rifle. Here are a few examples of the nostalgic Savage objects available:

  • Leather keychains
  • Sew-on patches
  • Glass paperweights
  • Commemorative plaques
  • Vintage catalogs
  • Replacement parts
Can you find instruction manuals for vintage rifles?

Many of Savage's vintage rifles and shotguns remain in use today, but sometimes the manufacturer doesn’t produce the correct instructions for the firearm anymore. This vintage collection of parts and memorabilia may provide a copy of the physical instruction manual for a particular rifle. By securing one of these manuals, you can have the information you need to operate and maintain your Savage rifle.

What caliber cartridge does the Savage 99 take?

As one of the first firearms ever produced by Savage, the 99 rifle was produced for 99 years from 1899 until it was discontinued in 1998. During this time, many different models of the Savage 99 rifle were produced, often designed to take different calibers of cartridge than other models of the same rifle. While the only way to know for sure which cartridge your rifle takes is to check the barrel or make a cast, here’s a list of a few of the cartridges commonly used in the Savage 99 to help narrow down your search:

  • .303 Savage
  • .38-55 Winchester
  • 7mm-08 Remington
  • .243 Winchester
  • .22 Hi Power
Who owns Savage Arms?

Between 2010 and 2015, Savage Arms was acquired by Alliant Techsystems. This acquisition led to the creation of Vista Outdoor, which is a large parent corporation that manufactures a wide variety of firearms and outdoor camping and sports equipment, including stand-up paddleboards, archery accessories, protective eyewear, decoys, binoculars and riflescopes, and outdoor fashion. Vista Outdoor owns many different subsidiaries and has a large footprint in the international market.

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