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    Posted: June 29 2022 at 11:55am
Blue steel ends - yes it has a Canadian marking in it and info I found stated - At the end of the Savage contract in 1944, all the Savage spares were shipped up to Long Branch. A lot of those "Savage" slings were apparently assembled in Canada.

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Very cool! I need one of those to go with my upcoming Savage build. My receiver is a 1942 as well.
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Great to have!
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not at all hard to believe considering the savage production was all lend lease or gifted war effort for commonwealth use , none of it saw US service , in 42 everything was needed immediately in service , im surprised it is in this condition , must have served in canadian home front service ,  i think you found one that was well preserved and well worth having , it would look great on a savage rifle tho , 
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