I'm not going to tell you to go out and shoot it, but in general, these are fairly well-made guns and if they have been given reasonable care are still safe to use. You should have an experienced gunsmith inspect any old gun before you use it. Even if the 'smith gives it his blessing, I wouldn't use any magnum loads or steel shot.
NO NO NO. Please don't ever try to fire rifle ammo from a shotgun!
This was my first shotgun, it was purchased for me by my Grandfather in 1980 brand new. This was my first shotgun, it was purchased for me by my Grandfather in 1980 brand new.
I have one that I bought new in 1981 or 1982.
Best left to a professional. Find a gunsmith
i sold one for $250 last year it was like new condition
Assuming you're talking about who the company transitioned into, and that would be Savage Stevens firearms. http://www.savagearms.com/
Take it to a gunsmith to be sure.
Made by Stevens for Montgomery Ward. It's equivalent to the Stevens 311. If fully functional, but not in like-new condition, it should be worth $200+ (retail).
Try Numrich or Bob's Gun Parts. They are both on the web.
I assume you mean the ammo components, i.e. Primer, Small Pistol; Primer, Shotgun. You can get these either from disassembling ammo of the same category (Sm. Pistol, Lg. Pistol, Sm. Rifle, Lg. Rifle, Shotgun, or .50 MG) or you can buy them from various vendors. The Gun Runners have it almost all the time.
Just sold one for $750.00/ like new
$25 if it's worn-out or broken and useful only for the remaining parts. $100 if it is in nearly-new condition.
MOST of the single shot shotguns do not have really high values. The Stevens is a good gun- dependable, reliable, well made- but not a lot of collector interest. Depending on condition, a Stevens single may be worth between $50-$175. I keep a few of the singles around as loaner guns to new shooters- they are a very good shotgun for a "first shotgun".
Guns with the name New White Powder Wonder were made by the Crescent Fire Arms Company, W.H. Davenport Arms, Meridian Fire Arms Company or Stevens Arms & Tool Company. They were made for and sold by Sears Roebuck & Company.
$100 - $200, assuming in useable condition but not 100% new condition
You will have to contact Marlin to find out.
Wal-mart.com and or New England Fire Arms Phone Number (978)632-9393
Go to your ammo selection on your pip-boy. If you have your weapon equipped, unusable will be faded and usable ammo will be bright. Go to the ammo type you want and Press X.
aaa. walmart or walmart.com has cheaper ammo.
Ebenezer Stevens has written: 'Warrant of Ebenezer Stevens' -- subject(s): New Hampshire. Provincial Congress, Arrest, New Hampshire, History
Ruthelma Stevens died in June 1984, in New York City, New York, USA.
The 44 shot is the American fore runner of the 410. The Stevens uses a 44-40 shell loaded with bird shot. The most famous gun to use this round was the Marble Game Getter, a pistol with folding stock, a 22 long rifle rimfire upper barrel and a 44 lower barrel. Marble marketed the gun (1908) by stating that you could fire the 44GG or 44XL in the lower barrel. The 44GG is a 44-40 loaded with a round ball, the 44XL is the 44-40 loaded with about 1/3 oz of bird shot. The 410 was already in use in England at this time. Greener mentions the 410 in 1879. By about 1915 it began to make an appearance in the US as a 2" brass load. By the late 1920's the 410 had dominance and the 44 shot was not being chambered in any new guns, though it was continued in production until the late 1940's or early 1950's by some ammunition companies. Please be aware that modern 44-40 ammunition shoult NOT be fired in vintage firearms marked 44 shot, 44GG or 44XL. If .44-40 rifle ammo can not be used in the 44 SHOT J. Stevens Arms and Tool single shot lever action with hammer. Then what kind of ammo sold can be used in it? Even though it is a smooth bore can a single projectile be fired out of it (similar to a 12 ga. slug shot out of a non rifled barrel)? Can the pest control rim fire ammo made in .44 cal be used( this is rim fire ammo though for a center fire gun, does that even work)?
Sometime between 1948 and 1991. Should be worth $200-$250 if it is fully functional but not 100% like new.