In Savage Arms and J. Stevens
How do you find out the model and estimated price of a j Stevens a t co 22 lr pat April 17 94 sn 1077?
\nIt sounds like you're asking about the 1894 Stevens Favorite. That's the model: "1894 Favorite." Estimated value is based entirely on condition, with on-line gun auction pri…ces generally ranging from $100 for a real rag to upwards of $400 for examples in fine condition. Regarding the serial number "1077" -- singleshot Stevens rifles didn't have serial numbers until well into the 1960s. The number you cite is a parts-related or date-code number. Stevens records are pretty much nonexistent to pin it down further. Many of these old rifles have three-digit numbers stamped into them, and sellers often say "low serial number." I have more than 50 Stevens "boy's rifles," and none has a number beyond three digits. Alas, it's not likely I'd be so lucky to have that many with such low serial numbers. (MORE)