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It's a pump action .22 rifle, and I've been unable to find any pics or a name on Google. It has no markings, outside of the number "1299" stamped on the metal behind the trigger. Below are some pictures I took with my digital camera (Warning to 56k users: Pics are roughly 1.3 megs each). Any help in identifying this rifle would be greatly appreciated, as it is my first firearms purchase.

Overview: http://img481.imageshack.us/img481/4111/picture0068ec.jpg

Close-up: http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/9234/picture0070hb.jpg

The numbers: http://img71.imageshack.us/img71/6847/picture0091tg.jpg
 

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That picture is so close to what I have that it isn't funny, though I did notice a couple of cosmetic differences. The price tag on that site made me feel good about what I paid for mine, as a random side note.
 

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Yea ghost i would say yours has been re stocked , or is a lower grade model , but still a nice little rifle , enjoy it .
 

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Bud White said:
I think ya got it there RR the winchesters have take down knob on other side .. I was looking um up when ya posted
My father said the same thing until I made that same point.
 

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Nice, those Savage's are keepers....
 

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I hate bumping threads, but to anyone who may be interested, it is, in fact a Savage. I bought a magazine at a gun show today which was for a Model 1903/1906/1909, and it fits perfectly. The guy who sold me the mag produced a book, flipped to a page, showed me the picture, and we were both pretty sure that it had to be a 1909.

Thanks to everyone who replied.
 
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