What is the value of a Stevens model 940b 16 gauge single shot? And when was it made?
No. Absolutely not.
yes but steel shot will eventually ruined the barrel lead will not
Sn data is located in some books published on the Stevens company.
If it was made to shoot steel shot and has interchangeable chokes.
The Stevens brand is owned by Savage Firearms. Contact their customer service staff at 800-370-0708 for a definitive answer.
You can, but, it will cause a slight bulge in the barrel.
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If it has a 3" chamber like mine it will shoot pretty much anything you can throw in it.
The Springfield name was used by Stevens from 1920 to 1948.
My dad and I bought a Stevens Mod. 940 single shot 16 gauge at a hardware store in 1950. model # 940
NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not shoot steel shot in this weapon.
I can say that Stevens began production of the model 94 single shot shotguns in the year 1929.and finished in the year 1945.
Sorry, but you won't.
Dave - Manufactured by the Stevens division of Savage Arms, sometime between 1920 and 1948.
These are worth between 50-100 dollars.