Riverside arms 12 Ga Double Barrel Sn31974?
This a double barrel shotgun. This is my second favorite shotgun in the world. The reason why it is called 12 Ga double barrel is that the barrel in 12 inches long, and every two shots, it has to be reload.
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What is the value of a hammerless double barrel shotgun that says Riverside Arms Company Chicopee Falls Mass patented April 20 1915 on the side and is this a Stevens 311?
Answer . This is likely a Stevens 315. Answer . \nI also have a hammerless double barrel shotgun but it has J Stevens Arms Company Chicopee Falls Mass patented April 20 1915.The way I was told to tell what model it was,by the length of the upper tang.The model 315 has a 2 5/8" Tang and a mode…l 515 has a Tang of 2 7/8".My gun is the model 315 and from the J Stevens name I have been told that it was made between 1915 and 1936.As far as the value goes I have seen them go for between $250.-$400. I got mine at a garage sale for $100. 5 years ago. (MORE)
Riverside was a brand name used by Stevens for Montgomery Wards and other retailers. It was probably made soon after that patent date, but they still made some exposed hammer guns at least until 1940.
%DETAILS%. Answer . Built c. 1930-1948 by Stevens division of Savage Arms. If in useable condition, possibly worth $200+..
\n Answer \n. \nWith that version of the Stevens name, it would have been made after 1920 when the company became a division of Savage Arms and 1948 when the name was changed to simply "Stevens". As you said, it is a good, dependable gun, but it is not a collectable, so the value lies in it's …utility. In most parts of the country it would retail for about $250 in NRA Good to Very Good condition. (MORE)
%DETAILS%. Answer . You didn't ask a question, but "Imperial" has been used by several companies, but most likely this is a hardware store gun made c. 1890-1915. If the gun has side hammers, it probably also has damascus or twist steel barrels, so should be retired to mantle duty. Retail value… would be $125-$150.. (MORE)
Where can you get a parts breakdown of a lefever nitro special double barrel 12 ga shotgun made by the lefever arms co of Ithaca ny?
To get a parts breakdown you would need to take the shotgun into agun store. The store will be able to provide an estimate, or ordernew parts.
Answer . I don't think Stevens was using the Riverside name as early as 1903 but they probably were still using that patent date into the 1930's. If the gun has fluid steel barrels, it could still be a hunter's gun but the rabbit ears attract Cowboy Action Shooters and interior decorators. Any …of these groups will pay $100 to $250 depending on condition. (MORE)
Answer . \nGeo Worthington was a hardware store in Cleveland, OH. Gun was actually manufactured by Crescent Firearms, Norwich, CT.\n. \nThis information found in three boards (so far). I'm looking for the same
Answer . A SxS in useable but not like-new condition will bring between $100 and $250. A 20 gauge or .410 will be in the mid to upper part of that range and a 12 or 16 gauge in the lower to middle part.
Answer . You can find a brief history of Warner Arms Co in The Standard Catalog of Firearms or other reference books.
Answer . \nTry www.gunpartscorp.com I recently got one from them. Service was quick & fairly reasonable.\nHope this helps. packrat
Answer . The Riverside trade name was used by J. Stevens from 1915-mid 1940's. You MIGHT be able to get a precise date by contacting the Stevens historian. savagearms.com should have his contact information.
Answer . \nShooter value only. Oxford Arms was a trade name used by Belknap Hardware for guns distributed by H.D. Folsom and made by Crescent Arms. There is no collector's interest.
Answer . \nSt Louis Arms was a trade name used for Crescent Arms shotguns distributed by HD Folsom and sold by Shapleigh Hardware Co. of St. Louis, MO. If you can determine the comparable model, Crescent parts are still widely available. Good luck.
Where can you find information on a Riverside Arms Company 12 gauge single shot with the stock and barrel marked FW598?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nonly thing i can tell ya about the company is that they have been out of business for years. i have a hammer-less double barrel that needs new fingers cock the hammers, took it to a gun smith and he told me that all riverside arms were HAND made. No parts where interc…hangeable. that's about all i can remember about it though, I can tell you the gunsmith had one just like it. he said they were rare. his name is sonny and you can reach him at west end shooting supplies in Athens tn. anyhow good luck it\n. \n Answer \n. \nRiverside Arms was an "economy brand" of J. Stevens. There will be an identical gun with the Stevens name and probably also one marked Springfield Arms. Not rare, collected, or valuable.\n. \n Answer \n. \nThe Riverside double was indeed manufactured by J. Stevens Co. and it is the same gun as the J. Stevens Model 315. This was one of several "utility shotguns" made by Stevens from 1877-1988. From what I've found, the value on this shotgun is: NIB $1.000.00 Excellent=$500.00-$200.00.\n. \nThere is a year code stamped on every Stevens double barrel shotgun produced between March 1949 and December 1968. The serial number is prefixed with a letter. If your shotgun does not have a letter preceding the serial number it was made prior to 1949. \n. \nIf you're looking for parts on this item, I was able to find them @ e-gunparts.com (It was http://www.e-gunparts.com/model.asp?idDept=209 unless the URL has changed)\n. \nHope this helps! (MORE)
Numrich or one of the other online parts dealers should have one, but you will need the model number, or good photos of it, and the gauge.
What is the value of a 16 gauge Riverside Arms double barrel rabbit ear shotgun patented Feb 10 1914?
Answer . \nDepends on the condition. Rabbit ear dubars range in price, these days, from less than $100 to as much as you wanna pay, depending on the condition and maker. This gun, if it is shootable, less than $500. If not shootable, less than $200.\n. \nOriginal Redneck Genius. Answer . \…nBasically a Stevens "store-brand" shotgun from the 1920's.\n. \email@example.com (MORE)
What is the aprox value of a Riverside Arms Co 12gage double barrel shot gun open hammers pat dateFeb 10 1914?
Answer . \nwell, have many collections and for the gun you are talking about if in good condition is worth around $2500 but in okay or bad condition it is worth around $700-$2000. it depends on who you are talking to.. Answer . If the person posting the first reply is talking in US Dollars, I…'d like to sell him a few guns. This gun is worth $100-$250, depending on condition, less if it is a basket case and a little more if like new. (MORE)
Rare gun only made 2-4 years before 1907.I think that was last year made,saw one sell on gunbroker several years ago for 350-450 cant remember have not seen one since.
Where can you find information on a Riverside Arms Company 12 gauge single shot with the lockwork and barrel marked YT662?
Answer . Riverside was an 'economy' brand used by the Stevens division of Savage in the 20's and 30's.
Was a Richmond Arms Co supposedly made by Crescent Firearms 12 ga double barrel shotgun with Belguim barrels external hammers and serial 6172 made before 1899?
Answer . \nI HAVE A LIST OF GUNMAKERS ,CRESCENT DID NOT MAKE A RICHMOND.THEY DID MAKE A RICHLAND , FOR A HARDWARE STORE BYTHAT NAME. IF MY LIST IS CORRECT,
Answer . A complete and functional, but not like new, 12 gauge utility double is worth $150-$250, depending on exact condition and its appeal to the prospective buyer's eye.
Hello I will need to know more info on it. Like what is marked on it? Hammer or hammerless? Grade? email me firstname.lastname@example.org Hammerless serial nr 55557
Where can you obtain information about a Riverside Arms Co 30 inch double barrel shotgun patent date February 10 1914?
Answer . Utility grade shotgun made by Stevens for catalog distribution. Have a good gunsmith check it over before you attempt to use it.\n. \email@example.com
Answer . Janssen Fils & Co if it has Belgian proofmarks or Crescent Fire Arms Co if it does not.
Where can you find information about a Riverside Arms 12 gauge pump shotgun marked 5489-B and Proof Tested 12 Ga only?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nIt is a Stevens gun, general utility type shotgun. Value around $200 in good condition.\n. \firstname.lastname@example.org
This question cannot be answered unless one knows the condition of the firearm, guage, and grade. These firearms were also produced in an era when Damascus or laminated steel barrels were still being produced and this can have a huge effect on value. Syracuse Arms was in business from (I believe) fr…on the early 1880's until about 1908 when it was absorbed by one of the major shotgun manufactures. They made guns in numerous grades from low cost knockabouts to grades that were elaborately finnished and quite expensive. (MORE)
Answer . \nMade in 1909. Value depends on condition, with 12 GA being most common and least valuable. Probably in the $350-$450 range if in very good condition.
Where may you find information regarding a 12 gauge double barrel shotgun patented on April 20 1915 by Riverside Arms Co?
Answer . Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality double barrel shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. The values can range from $100 to $1600. Seek professional appraisal from a gunsmith or advanced collector. Information about the …J Stevens Arms Co. would apply to Riverside Arms. (MORE)
Your LaClede shotgun was produced from 1890 to 1930 under the Cresent firearms Company of New York. This gun is only only worth a little over 200 dollars depending on the condintion and is not an intrest to gun collectors at this time. It has a damascus barrel, made in Belgum, and cannot be fired wi…th the shot shells of today because the barrel is weak and has a high possibility of bursting when fired. For your own safety you should not attempt to fire this gun. Clean it up and hand it on the wall like me. (MORE)
Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality double barrel shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. The values can range from $100 to $1600. Seek professional appraisal from a gunsmith or advanced collector.
What is the value of a hammerless 16 gauge double barrel shotgun from Riverside Arms patented on April 20th 1915 in like new condition with seriel number X502?
well this guns a verry nice gun made by stevens.stevens made several diffrent types of should we say early 1880 till 1980[ hardware store shotguns]these old guns[1880 till1915]are worth more than later models.your gun is any were from 400 to 700. but in my opinion any gun over 90years old is worth 1…000bucks (MORE)
Answer . I'm no expert, but I believe that Mears shotguns, at least some of them, are Belgian made. One I am familiar with has Damascus-twist barrels and exposed hammers. They are representative of a type that was sold during the first part of the 20th (and latter part of the 19th) century.. The…y were mainly mass produced by a number of European firms for export. Unless they have special features or have a documented noteworthy history (owned by a famous person, used in a historical event, etc.) they are classified as "wall hangers". That is, they look cool over the fireplace (although I wouldn't recommend displaying an unsecured firearm), or are just interesting artifacts. Naturally, they are priceless if owned by an ancestor or have family ties.. Like any old gun, they shouldn't be fired with modern ammunition (or fired at all) until checked by a qualified gunsmith. This is especially true if they have Damascus barrels. That can be determined by markings on the barrels, or if the barrels display a swirly, ormamental texture in the metal. Most were designed to fire blackpowder ammunition which has a much lower pressure that modern smokeless ammunition.. Take this for what it's worth. There are always exceptions. In general though, these guns have little collector and utilitarian value. Again, this is just the opinion of an amateur firearms collector. Good luck in your research.. Joe (MORE)
What is the value of a riverside arms 12 gauge double barrel shotgun with a patent of the year 1915 which has second stamped?
Answer . It's an off-branded Stevens Model 311, worth $150-$250, made between 1920 and 1948.
I had a fulton 20 double when I was 12 in 1953. It was probably over twenty years old then making it's mfg date maybe 1933 or even further back.. Warren
you might try looking at some of these posts: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/427 . Made by J Stevens division of Savage Arms c. 1920-1948.
What is the age and value of a Savage Arms Fox model B 12 ga BDL double barrel with a single gold trigger?
Hello. I also have one, and like it very well. In excellent condition $200-$275 is what they go for. And a bargain and that price!
How much is a 12 gauge double barrel shotgun sold by riverside arms company in chicopee falls Massachusetts worth?
This is another of the store names that were used by The Cresentfirearms Company,of which is the maker of your shotgun.Theseshotguns range in price from 45-120 dollars on today,s marketdependin on overall condition.
There are probably thousands of them hanging over fireplaces and in the back of closets. Might even be a few still being used in the Cowboy Action Shooters Association.
My Dad gave me one of these Model B Fox 12 ga shotguns when I was 15, 40 years ago. At the time, I think it was at least 15-20 years old. I have seen these for sale for around $200-$250, depending upon condition.
The value of a Stevens 12 ga. double barrel shotgun ranges from$100 to $500 depending on its condition. These shotguns were oftenused for hunting and personal protection.
yes i own one, ans am currently trying to find a diagram of the firing mech.
Springfield Arms Co. Genuine Armory Steel Double barrel 12 ga shotgun numbers 36520 on stock anyone know approx age and value and r they safe to shot regularly with modern 12 ga. shells?
The age and value of the weapon I haven't researched yet, however, firing and modern 12g round through it won't harm the weapon. These barrells were not rifled so stay away from slugs it's a breach load anyhow. Any 2 3/4 or 3" shot shell should work. I have noticed that older firearms tend to not wa…nt to eject the 3" shells, I would stick to a 2 1/2 or 2 3/4. Fire one of each and find what works best and stick with that. As long as the weapon is cared for properly it will provide generations of use. Some will argue that you can fire slugs which is correct you can, but I don't recomend it without the barrell rifled, and you sacrafice accuracy. (MORE)
How much is your Connecticut Valley Arms Inc black powder 12 ga double barrel shotgun model 84 041 670 worth?
I have sold them in 90%+ condition in the $300 range. But have seen them sell as low as 150, condition and the bore are the determining factors, as is the area, ie. north east, south, mid west etc. try searching the on line auctions like gun broker and auction arms for a more exact value for your re…gion. (MORE)
STEVENS DATE CODE . Double barrel shotguns were date coded between 1949 & 1970. This code can usually be found behind the hinge pin or ahead of the trigger guard on the bottom of the frame and is a small circle with a letter and a number in it. . The letters indicate the year of manufacture starti…ng with "A" in 1949 and ending with "X" in 1970. The letters "O" & "Q" were not used. Some say this code worked on their single shot shotguns as well, but this is not verified. It appears to have not been used on any other models. . A 1949 . I 1957 . S 1965 . B 1950 J 1958 T 1966 C 1951 K 1959 U 1967 D 1952 L 1960 V 1968 E 1953 M1961 W 1969 F 1954 N 1962 X 1970 G 1955 P 1963 . H 1956 . R 1964 (MORE)
\nThe value of a typical Dickson 12 ga. SXS round action hammerless ejector with 30" barrels with average ornamentation is 800 dollars US. This is, of course, with a stock broken clean through at the wrist and cobbled back together with black electrical tape.
I'm not an expert but the research I've done shows that they are fairly utilitarian. They were mass produced and branded under many names the value is generally around $100-200.
Many early ones may not have a serial number. If they do, it will most likely be on the side of the receiver. There is a small chance it will be inside, after you remove the barrel.
Measuring the bore is the key. Your local gun dealer can identify this by visual examination, or by accurete description of make and model, over the phone.
No way to answer. Serial numbers are NOT unique to only one gun in the world- they are unique in THAT make and model- which you did not tell us.