I would have to do some searching to verify this, but I don't believe Stevens ever made a shotgun using percussion caps.
Did it ever occurr to you that you might need to offer a bit more information?
JC Higgens never manufactured any guns - Sears bought them from a variety of manufacturers. The best way you could determine if Sears sold such a gun is to find some of the old reprints of their catalogs between 1887 and 1920, which are the years that Winchester was making their 1887 and 1901 "Humpback" lever action shotguns.
Manufactured by Iver Johnson or J. Stevens for Montgomery Wards.
I cannot find any reference to marlin ever making a model 226.
No, the 11-87 is a semi auto shotgun. If you saw a pump action which looked like an 11-87, it may have been a Remington 887.
Try Gun Parts Corp. They have parts for nearly every gun ever made.
Yes, I have one that is Black on Black. They also made a bolt action, but not many of either. It's a Model 76.
yes your Stevens shotgun should be safe to shoot,I'm not saying run nitro mags in it but it should function fine with high brass game loads.....they are a well built shotgun designed by John Browning..if your ever looking to sell it i'd be interested..........firstname.lastname@example.org
No. You are looking at either a serial number or a floor assembly number. email@example.com
The 870 is unquestionably the best (stock production) pump action shotgun ever made and continues to be unsurpassed in design and function.
Stevens made several smoothbore guns chambered for .22, .32 and .44 rimfire shotshells. A .32 rimfire would be .09 inches smaller in diameter than a .410 and a lot shorter. There were 9MM shotshells which would be about .05 inches smaller, but I don't think Stevens ever made a shotgun for these.
Led Zeppelin did it, and no, Cat Stevens did not cover it to my knowledge.
not much 50usd or what ever a buyer and seller can agree upon j
The Savage 820 model is an older gun that was made long before the current accessories. No one ever made any after-market accessories for this model, it is not noted the year of manufacture.
MR Skoll Stevens
No he wasn't.
Browning Superposed Shotgun
the omygerd of 1927
It's a Stevens 59. If your local gunsmith can't get the bolt, try www.e-gunparts.com Hi you may not ever find a bolt for that shotgun there was a recall on some of the 12ga JC Higgins and all you had to do was send in the bolt and sears sent you $165 so that's may be why it has no bolt now