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I am looking for a Stith scope mount for a Savge model 99. I have a 250-3000 that was dads and I don't want to drill it to put a scope on.

The Stith monuts are out there but are very hard to find and I figure maybe some one here could help.

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Search Ebay or Gunbroker.

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Been there and done that. I will keep checking in the hopes the right one will surface.

There are some Stith mounts on there now but not the right type.

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Does anyone know were I can find a clip for a newer .308 savage 99

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sportfish model 99 has no clip it is a lever action.

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The newer models had clip, And from what I heard they are hard to find. My dad just bought a brand new 99 .308 in the box,not sure what year 1991-93 they didn't make to many. We have two other 99 a .300 and .308

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Try Numrich Gun Parts they have had them in the past. Kinda pricy but there will be new or at leats near new.

Email me the serial number of your gun and I will tell you when it was made.

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I found one, and wow was it expensive.

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