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Dennis Louthan
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Posted - 10/21/2002 :  11:47:34 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hello I recently recived a old but in perfect (new shape) rifle as a gift . it is a Savage Anschutz mark 10A, does anyone know anything about these rifles, Its a 22 long target rifle with a very heavy barrell. thank you......... Dennis

Der Gebirgsjager
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Posted - 10/21/2002 :  12:26:23 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Savage-Anschutz rifles were available from 1963 to 1981. During the period when Savage was importing Anschutz rifles certain models in the Anschutz line were designated "Savage-Anschutz" for sales in the U.S. Conversely, certain models manufactured by Savage were designated "Anschutz-Savage" for sale by Anschutz in Europe. Some "Anschutz-Savage" rifles have made their way into the U.S. While somewhat rare, these rifles are typically based on the Savage Model 110 action. They are not as desirable as those "Savage-Anschutz" marked rifles utilizing the superior Anschutz action. Mark 10 Target Rifle--.22 LR cal., single shot 26 in. heavy barrel, adj. sights, globe front, target stock with full pistol grip, adj. palm stop, mfg. 1963-1981. Value in 98% conditon $350-$400.
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Dennis Louthan
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Posted - 10/21/2002 :  12:37:08 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
the second one you wrote about sounds more right, It is made in germany. and there is a very small stamp on it that I belive dates it 1968 but the serail number is 733502 which would make a novice like me think mabey 73 ? thank you for the information


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mark christian
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Posted - 10/21/2002 :  2:24:09 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Dennis; nice rifle and a fine shooter. Here are some specs on the Model 10 from a 1968 catalog: BARREL: 13/16" diameter, 26", free floating. TRIGGER: 3 pounds, single stage, adjustable for weight of pull. SIGHTS: Front- insert type globe sight. Rear- micrometer with click adjustments. Grooved for scope mounting. STOCK: Walnut finish with cheek peice, thumb groove. Adjustable fore-end hand stop and swivel. LENGTH: 44". WEIGHT: 8-1/2 pounds (average). PRICE: $59.95
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Some of the catalog information includes the fact that the Model 10 uses the same action as the more expensive Model 64. The globe front sight has seven aperture and post inserts for various shooting conditions and individual prefereces. The rifle meets all American junior match requierments. All and all, a fine rifle.

Mark T. Christian

Edited by - mark christian on 10/21/2002 14:27:08
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