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rossow (mn)
Haven't seen one
Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:41am
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I've had a J-DL with the fox, etc., for several years, so I kind of like to look at others I see at gunshows, etc. I've never seen a double-stamped one. You're probably correct that the first stamping was too light, so someone tried to correct it and it got through quality control (if there was any). It probably makes your gun unique in a sense, but (in my opinion) its overall condition will be much more important in determining its value than the faulty stamping. I've found that poorly stamped and lightly stamped letters aren't uncommon on various Stevens and Savage guns. A collector might look at the double stamping as a negative ("not correct") or a positive ("unique"), but it will never influence value like a coin that was misstamped at the mint or a stamp that was printed wrong. Other opinions may vary.

  • Savage 24J-DLZachary M. Miller, Thu Nov 15 8:58pm
    My first gun going up was my great grandfather Savage 24J-DL. We all know the gun has a fox stamped on one side of the receiver. However, mine looks like it was stamped twice. As if someone stamped... more
    • Double stampblackie rawlings, Tue Nov 20 8:00pm
      we have a double stamped 24j as well, we've determined it is from 1965-1967.
      • double stampAnonymous, Tue Nov 20 11:09pm
        Really, you have one as well? What is double stamped on yours?
    • Haven't seen one — rossow (mn), Fri Nov 16 9:41am
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