Stevens Crackshot #16 sidelever does indeed have a crecsent shaped ejector that fits in the recess in the bottom of the chamber.It is operated when the lever is worked although I don't think they were a very good system and you probably end up levering as many spent shells out with a pocketknife as it ejects properly. NOTE: The Stevens # 16 has an extractor,which partially removes the spent shell from the chamber,rather than an ejector, which completely expells the spent shell from the chamber. Does anyone know a good source for these extractors??? HG
Conactact Savage customer service thru their website. The Stevens Crackshot was a Savage owned brand.
It is a Stevens Crackshot that was made for HSB&Co, a hardware distributer in Chicago. Evidently, Revonoc is Conover spelled backward. The HSB rifles usually had a better finish that the standard Stevens. I have seen both Crackshot, Marksman and Little Scout 22 &32 rifles with this name. Stevens also made rifles for Sears and Montgomery Wards and put their brand names on them.
The No 26 was manufactured from 1912 - 1939.
They are going for 50-200 depending on condition.
Gun Trade shows, most likely. E-Bay may be considered, as well. I've got a Crackshot 26, but it was my Great-Grandmother's. Not for sale!
Anywhere from 65-135 dollars,depending on overall condition and a decent bore.
A Stevens Model 26 "Crackshot" in .32 caliber was for sale on auctionarms.com until the auction closed December 14, 2006. The only price indicated, $257.50 seemed to be the minimum bid specified by the seller.
If you are asking about the Stevens model 72 Crackshot rifle.these were made from 1972-1989.The last selling price was 165 dollars in 1989.
The Savage/Stevens model 72 crackshot rifle was made from 1972-1989.
These savage/Stevens model 72 crackshot rifles were made from 1972-1989.
Serial numbers were not required before the GCA 68 was enacted.
50-150 dollars based on the rifle having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.These crackshot rifles were made between the years 1913-1941.
AnswerTypically a 22LR firearm will also fire 22 Long and 22 Shorts without issue. The issue is that magazine fed firearms usually only feed reliably with the cartridges that they are designed for. The Stevens Favorite is a single shot rifle designed to shoot .22 Long Rifle cartridges only. The reason for this is the other cartridges are too short to use in this rifle, as damage to the extractor will result. The .22 Long Rifle cartridge will fit on the open extractor and ride into the chamber with the extractor, as the breech block is closed. Shorter cartridges, such as the Short, Long, CB Cap and BB Cap are not able to fit on the extractor, thus will be placed directly into the chamber. When the breech block is closed, the extractor will be pressed into the rim of the cartridge, causing the extractor to either break or be bent out of shape. Since these are vintage guns, parts are difficult to replace, once damaged.
Side lever Crackshot--$100 to $250 No. 26 Crackshot -- $100 to $250 No. 26 1/2 Smoothbore -- $65 to $175 From the Blue Book of Gun Values
'Boy's Rifle' is a generic style of rifle. The Stevens Favorite series, including the Crackshot, Little Krag, Maynard Jr, etc, are differentiated by various features such as different sights, slightly different stock styles, etc. email@example.com
Your J stevens model 26 crackshot,is a boys type single shot rifle with a under lever opening,a 18in.round barrel,hardwood straight grip stock and forearm with open sights.these were made from 1913-1941.They were chambered in either .22cal rimfire,or .32cal rimfire caliber.
Blue Book of Gun Values, Standard Catalog of Firearms, etc. The Crackshot was one of the "boy's rifles" first manufactured by Stevens in the late 1800's, but the 1913 patent date means yours was made later. If you have written the entire company name as it appears on the gun, it was made sometime after 1920 when Stevens was bought by Savage Arms and before about 1948 when the Stevens line was discontinued.
Try the web site of: http://www.wisnersinc.com You can get a schematic of the action and a parts list of the parts they sell.
im looking on the internet and came across a read about the model 72 its about 200 in good or fair condition
To determine the exact value of a J Stevens Arms Tool Co Crackshot 16 22 caliber rifle a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Since the rifle is in good condition, the next most important factor would be the age of the rifle.
I have a crackshot 22 and I might be able to get a ejector made by a friend at work . if you would like me to ask him , let me know.meanwhile, DO NOT FIRE that rifle...a word of advice from a dummy,that did fire a gun without the ejector. it almost cost a trigger finger.
From your description,I would say that you have a Model 72 Crackshot rifle that was made from 1972-1989.
This company was owned by Sears Roebuck and produced guns from 1905 to 1915.
got qouted 400 euros for a mint condition crack shot 26