Savage Serial Numbers Model 10

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Our database contains values of serial numbers through 566,000 which ended the year 1950. Serials did not strictly run sequentially. Therefore, dates may be a year different, especially near the 'boundaries'. Enter the serial number (leave out the ',' or '.' ) of your Savage 1895/1899/99 in the box below. I have been looking online with no success to find the action spacing on a Savage Model 10 serial number G903877. I purchased the rifle pre-owned at a. Log in or Sign up. Our database contains values of serial numbers through 566,000 which ended the year 1950. Serials did not strictly run sequentially. Therefore, dates may be a year different, especially near the 'boundaries'. Enter the serial number (leave out the ',' or '.' ) of your Savage 1895/1899/99 in the box below.

SAVAGE MODEL NINETY-NINE SERIALIZATION
Serial Numbers At Year End 1899 to 1950:
10,000 1899
13,400 1900
19,500 1901
25,000 1902
35,000 1903
45,000 1904
53,000 1905
67,500 1906
73,500 1907
81,000 1908
95,000 1909
110,000 1910
119,000 1911
131,000 1912
146,500 1913
162,000 1914
175,500 1915
187,500 1916
193,000 1917
N/A 1918
212,500 1919
229,000 1920
237,500 1921
244,500 1922
256,000 1923
270,000 1924
280,000 1925
292,500 1926
305,000 1927
317,000 1928
324,500 1929
334,500 1930
338,500 1931
341,000 1932
344,500 1933
345,800 1934
350,800 1935
359,800 1936
N/A 1937
381,351 1938
388,640 1939
398,400 1940
416,000 1941
438,000 1946
464,000 1947
494,000 1948
528,000 1949
566,000 1950

1951-1968

595,000-620,000 made in 1951
620,000-652,000 made in 1952
652,000-720,000 made in 1953
720,000-756,000 made in 1954
756,000-775,000 made in 1955
775,000-800,000 made in 1956
800,000-900,000 are very uncommon, only 502 99's were made inbetween this serial range most of them starting with 835,XXX as the first three numbers.
900,000-925,000 made in 1956
925,000-952,000 made in 1957
952,000-960,000 made in 1958
960,000-968,000 made in 1959

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968,000 stopped the 900's and the move to Westfield Mass started the 1,000,000 serial range.

1,000,000-1,010,000 made in 1960
1,010,000-1,039,000 made in 1961
1,039,000-1,053,000 made in 1962
1,053,000-1,065,000 made in 1963
1,065,000-1,084,000 made in 1964
1,084,000-1,110,200 made in 1965
1,110,200-1,130,000 made in 1966
1,130,000-1,160,000 made in 1967
1,160,000-1,182,000 made in 1968

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Savage 10FP
TypeSniper rifle
Place of originUnited States
Production history
Designed1956
ManufacturerSavage Arms Company
VariantsSavage Model 110
Specifications
Mass5.10 kg (11¼ lb)
Length1162 mm (45¾ in)
Barrel length660 mm (26 in)/610 mm (24 in)
Cartridge.223 Remington
.300 Winchester Magnum
.308 Winchester
.338 Lapua Magnum
ActionBolt-action
Maximum firing range915 m (1000 yd)
Feed system4-round internal box magazine
SightsLeupold 3.5–10×40 mm black matte scope

The Savage 10FP is a bolt-actionsniper rifle manufactured by Savage Arms and based on the Savage Model 110 rifle. There are seven variants of this rifle, each designated with an 'LE' code signifying that it is part of the Law Enforcement Series. Most 10FP series rifles are configured with the AccuTrigger, matte-blued barreled action, heavy free-floating and button-rifled barrel, oversized bolt handle, internal box magazine (holding 4 rounds), and three swivel studs for sling and bipod mounting.

The Savage 10FP is similar to the Savage 110FP rifles and differ only in the action lengths and in the calibers used. The 10FP is designated a 'short action' meaning cartridges similar in length to the .308 Winchester, while the 110FP is considered a 'long action' meaning cartridges similar in length to the .30-06 Springfield. Both are bolt-action, rotating bolt rifles, with dual-lug bolts and integral, non-detachable magazines, and both are available in left-handed models.

Trigger[edit]

The 10FP comes with the Savage Arms developed 'Accutrigger'. This trigger is intended to give a shooter the flexibility to set trigger pull to individual preference without having to pay a gunsmith to adjust it. The trigger can be adjusted from 6.5 to 26 N (1.5 to 6 lbf). Savage claims that even when adjusted to its lowest setting, the AccuTrigger is completely safe and cannot accidentally discharge during normal use from being jarred or dropped when maintained and adjusted as intended. The AccuTrigger offers a relatively short lock time of 1.6 milliseconds favoring accurate shooting.[1]

Adjustment[edit]

Savage says adjustment of the AccuTrigger is a simple process. Removal of the stock is necessary where rotation of an adjustment spring is required. This is accomplished utilizing the Savage supplied tool. The AccuTrigger has a single adjustment location and is designed so it cannot be adjusted below the minimum setting. This adjustment feature is yet another example of the built-in customization design of this rifle. Customization allows users to adjust the rifle to their own personal comforts and preferences which can equate to accuracy improvement.[2][3]

Current models[edit]

Savage Serial Numbers Model 10 Gauge

Savage 10FP Model Types[4]
Model No.CaliberOverall LengthBarrel LengthWeightStock
(with studs)
Sights
10FP.308 Win.
.223 Rem.
40'
44'
20'
24'
8½ lb (3.9 kg)Black syntheticDrilled & tapped for scope
10FLP Left-handed.308 Win.
.223 Rem.
44'24'8½ lb (3.9 kg)Black syntheticDrilled & tapped for scope
10FP Choate.308 Win.
.223 Rem.
43¾'26'11¼ lb (5.1 kg)Black synthetic Choate adjustable stock w/accessory railDrilled & tapped for scope
10FP Folding Choate.308 Win.40.25'20'10½ lb (4.8 kg)Black synthetic Choate folding stock w/accessory railDrilled & tapped for scope
10FP McMillan.308 Win.46.5'24'10 lb (4.5 kg)McMillan fiberglass tactical stockDrilled & tapped for scope
10FP HS Precision.308 Win.43¾'24'10 lb (4.5 kg)Black synthetic HS-Precision tactical stockDrilled & tapped for scope
10FPXP HS Precision.308 Win.46.25'24'11 lb (5.0 kg)Black synthetic HS-Precision tactical stockLeupold 3.5-10×40mm black matte scope with Mil Dot reticle and flip open lens covers, Farrell Picatinny Rail Base, Harris bipod and Storm heavy duty case included.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Locktime By Randy Wakeman
  2. ^AccuTrigger review
  3. ^AccuTrigger Specifications
  4. ^Law Enforcement Series rifle information page at Savage Arms website

External links[edit]

  • AccuTrigger review by Dick Metcalf in Shooting Times
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