You have the date of manufacture pretty close. No earlier than the 1913 patent date, and actually before 1916.Westinghouse purchased the Stevens plant in 1916 and used it to make Browning machine guns and Mosin-Nagant (Russian) military rifles. In 1920, the facility and Stevens name were purchased by Savage Arms Co. There is a lot of information on the Stevens company because it was one of the earliest US manufacturers of cartridge firearms (established in 1864 I believe). Stevens made several models of single shot shotguns, but there's not much collector interest in them, so there's not a lot of specific information available. Some models are probably scarcer than others, but most references just lump them all together and say they were produced from 1864 to 1948. Even in very good condition, most won't bring more than $75, but a 410 may bring twice that much.
That patent date identifies a Stevens single shot.
i have a Stevens like the one you speak of.....here is what mine is stamped....hope it helps.....top, patented august 12 1913 right side of receiver trade mark Stevens reg us pat off & fgn Stevens arms company chicopee falls mass. usa left side stamped nitro special.........
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
prior to 1968 the 94c was not stamped with a SN
If you are asking about a Browning Auto-5 shotgun,then it was made in the year 1923,with the serial number that you have provided.
Mine is stamped on the underside of the reciever. Take off the fore end and it should be easy to find....
The "J.Stevens" name was shortened to "Stevens" in 1940. What you need to look for is the chamber size, which should be stamped on the barrel. It needs to be 2 & 3/4 inches to shoot modern ammo. Also Stevens usually stamped near the chamber size if the barrel was proof tested. My Stevens single is stamped "Proof Tested Steel" and it handles modern ammo well, but kicks like a mule. To be really safe, let a gunsmith look at it.
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Not a model number. If you are finding that stamped behind the trigger guard it is an assembly number. In any event, virtually any Stevens single-shot shotgun is going to sell for less than $100. email@example.com
$14000 i think says jacko Scott $14000 i think says jacko Scott
check the date code stamped on the barrel. Remington Society of America, Manufactured Date link has the details.
1928, it will be date code stamped on the barrel. See related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
The "J.Stevens" name was shortened to "Stevens" in 1940. What you need to look for is the chamber size, which should be stamped on the barrel. It needs to be 2&3/4 inches to shoot modern ammo. Also Stevens usually stamped near the chamber size if the barrel was proof tested. My Stevens single is stamped "Proof Tested Steel" and it handles modern ammo well, but kicks like a mule. To be really safe, let a gunsmith look at it. "J. Stevens" was used from 1930 to 1948. Any gun built by Savage/Stevens in that time period will have chambers 2 3/4 or longer. If it also says "& Co" or "A & T" it will be older and may not.
1922 - will be date code stamped on barrel. Check the manufactured date link on the Remongto Society of America for table and details.
describe the type of shotgun and recheck the serial number
i have an old 12 gauge double from j Stevens a & t company and it is hand stamped 33 on the barrels receiver and the brace underneath barrels and we dated it back to 1880's
The Stevens will accept whatever caliber designation is stamped on the side of the barrel.
J Stevens company was founded in 1864 and then bought by Savage in 1920. Therefore, if the gun is not marked Savage any where, it was made any where from 1864-1920.
1929 if it has the original barrel it will be date code stamped. Check the manufactured date link on the Remington Society of America for details.
value will depend on condition. also is one of your barrel riffled for accurate slug? is it still operational and accurate? I have a Stevens 1915 410 with one barrel riffled and its in perfect working order, dead accurate, and its in the best condition I have ever seen for that time era. Mines been feeding the family for generations.
This is probably a Stevens model 520. What is your question?
It was manufactured by J Stevens between 1920 and 1948. There should also be a model number on the right side - probably 5000, 5100, or 311. Value will be $150 to $250, depending on condition.
Do you have any more information on it? next to model # is stamped 4E The Stevens/Savage Arms 94 C was produced from 1934 until around 1983. The lack of a serial # would indicate it was before 1968, and what is the manufacturing facility?