As with many Stevens rifles of the first half of the 1900s, different reference books offer different dates of manufacture. It's usually accepted that the Visible Loader #70 was manufactured from 1907 into the early 1930s. It was last assembled from remaining parts in 1941 after parts production had ceased several years earlier. Sometimes called the "Miserable Loader," this gun can be found in good condition for $150 to $275 dollars. Ones with higher prices never seem to sell. Needing some work, they can be found for as little as $50.
The Stevens model number 70 Visible repeater was made from 1912-1931.
As of 2014, there are a few places where one can get parts for a Stevens visible loading repeater 22 caliber model 70 gun. These parts can be purchased through the manufacturer, local gun dealers, gun auctions, and gun classifieds.
Neither. Stevens manufactured what they called "The Visible Repeater", and it is vaguely similar to the Winchester Models 1890 and 1906.
75-170 dollars depending on condition.
The stevens model 70 Visible loading slide action rifle was made from 1912-1931.
The stevens model 59A was made by savage arms from 1937-1967.I am afraid that this is the best I can do with the info available.
Crosman does not own Marksman. Crosman made a Repeatairmodel and Marksman made a Repeater model. See the link below for the Marksman Repeater owners manual.
The Stevens model 9478 was made by Stevens between 1978-1985.
Stevens Model Dockyard was created in 1843.
what can you tell me about the [ Stevens -savage 22 bolt action model 15
the stevens model 15 was made from 1936-1945,while the stevens model 52 was made from 1933-1937.
If the "U337" is stamped on the lower tang it is the serial and not the model number. There was a really large range of serials like this used on Favorites and Visible loaders.
The gun books such as Flayderman list information about the Visible Loader. The basic model was the #70. It was pretty much made 1907-early 1930s, and last assembled from remaining parts in 1941 after parts production ceased several years earlier. There are variations (Model 71, 71-1/2, etc.) that had different sights, an octagon barrel, different barrel lengths, and a pistol-grip stock instead of straight-grip, but they're all lumped together as Visible Loaders. Sometimes called "Miserable Loaders," they weren't the most mechanically perfect repeater ever made, but they're neat old guns.
Your Stevens model 15A was produced from 1936-1945.
Where do I find it
Could your model be 775 or 774, NO 778 model by Savage or Stevens
If this Model 56 is a repeater (tubular magazine) circa 1935-37, I've offered in excess of $400 for one in good condition. Please let me know what you might have. firstname.lastname@example.org
value of Stevens model 94 long tom perfect condition
Your Stevens model 30 was made from 1933-1934.
The savage/Stevens model 94 was made from 1929-1945.
Stevens model 82 by the J Stevens arms co. made between 1935-1939.
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Mine is a 2006 model. What year is yours.....