The Savage Model 24 was an affordably priced over-under combination gun manufactured for decades. After Savage stopped manufacturing the design, a near-constant clamor of die-hard fans convinced them to bring the combination gun back with a different design. Now it's the Model 42, an easy to use break-open combo gun that fires rimfire rounds from the top barrel and .410 bore shotgun shells from the bottom. The Model 42's length-of-pull is short enough and its recoil is light enough that it makes a perfect starter gun for young shooters. The barrels are matte black to prevent glare and the sleek synthetic stock is weatherproof. This combination gun fires .22 Long Rifle rounds from the upper barrel and .410 bore shells from the lower barrel. The firearm features a fixed blade front sight and an adjustable rear sight and comes with the original factory box. Its stock, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.