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How do I disassemble a Stevens model 94c 12 gauge?


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your savage Stevens model 94c was made from 1926-1945,there were 934,000 made during this timespan.

The Stevens .410 Model 94C was made between the years of 1937 and 1984. This shotgun is valued at about 140 US dollars.

Stevens 94c single shots are only worth about $100 to $150 in 12, 16, and 20 gauge, but 28 gauge guns regularly go for $300 to $400, depending on condition, due to rarity. Sentimentality may factor into the higher price as well. The first shot I ever fired was from a Stevens 94c 28 gauge. I consider the Stevens single shot design superior to any other brands, including Winchester. It has attractive lines and handles beautifully. This gun in 28 gauge, to me, is the best model and gauge to start a kid on by far! The 410, which kids used to start on, is considered an experts gun and rightly so. Real tough for a beginner. But the 28 gauge strikes a perfect balance. I wish someone would make an exact replica of the Stevens 94c in 28 gauge as I think it would contribute to getting young people into the shooting sports. Stevens guns are difficult date since most have no serial numbers. Stevens 94c was manufactured from the 1930's to the 1980's. If it does have a serial number it was made after 1968.

The stevens model 94 began production in 1929.The model 94C was made from the 1950,s on and Stevens were still producing them well into the 1980,s.I will assume that yours was produced some time in the 1950,s.

These savage/stevens model 94c were made from 1929-1942.long before serial numbers were mandated by the gun control act of 1968.So there is a strong possability that your stevens does noy have a serial number.

Double-check that model designation, Stevens did not make a 'Model C.' They made a 94C, 311 Series C, etc, etc. Please list all the markings on the gun exactly as they are on the gun.

Most were full choke, but the only accurate to determine the choke is to measure the inside diameter of the muzzle with a caliper.

Try Shotgun News, gun show, want ad, gun shop

The Savage Model #94C I have was bought in 1952. It is a Sears, the gun is stamped J.C.Higgins Model # 101.1 . I read an article that said this gun was most likely only made in the 1950`s.

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?

This shotgun was produced in 1950 or 51 and was made for only few years then came out under "fox" brand in th late 70's

They were made for a long time. If it has a serial number, it is post-1968.

It is a Savage Model 94. See item 47 on this webpage:

Yes the model 94 series of shotguns were all made during the same time span of 1926-1945.

It is hard to tell what the value or the age of the Stevens 94C 12ga without knowing whether it has a serial number or not and the condition of it. If it does not have a serial number it was made before 1968 though.

The Savage No.94C was apart of the Model 94 series shotguns that were made from 1926-1945.

Contact Savage Firearms Customer Service through their website. It is not a 31 gauge, as that does not exist.

Check with the Savage Firearms company- they have owned the Stevens name since the 1920's.

The reference books only say that they were "various." There may be a mark on the barrel that would indicate the choke. If there is a number, like 18.1, that may indicate the choke size. A gunsmith should have a gauge that will measure it. Probably wouldn't even charge you for doing it.

Stevens is owned by Savage, but manuals may not be available due to age. Savage Customer Service is (800) 370-0708. A parts diagram is available on line at the gunpartscorp website.

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