The best of both worlds combined in one! This Savage Combination gun is chambered for the .22 Magnum in the top barrel and 3" .410 shells in the bottom barrel. The barrel selector switch is on the hammer. The double barrel O/U pictured with a Remington #6 3" .410 gauge shotgun shell and a .22 Magnum rifle cartridge.
The receiver is engraved with a Fox on the left side and a Flying Pheasant on the right side. This gun is light weight and short enough to handle well in the woods and thick brush while rabbit hunting with my beagle.
During World War II, the U.S. Army Air Corps bought 15,000 22-410 combination guns to use as survival guns. Stevens Arms first made these guns from 1938 to 1950 and when they stopped, Savage introduced the Model 24. The Model 24 was produced all the way up to 2010 when it was discontinued.