email@example.com has many parts and breakdown books for many Stevens rifles and shotguns.
Annie Oakley used a variety of rifles in her exhibitions. The Stevens she is associated with is one of the earlier tip-up variety, not sure of which model. She is also famously associated with the Model 1891 Marlin lever action, various Winchester models, and Parker shotguns. firstname.lastname@example.org
There was an overwhelming number of models of Stevens Tip Up rifles made. Would have to get considerably more details and/or pictures to make a determination.
you will have to do a web search on 44 shotshell ammunition.
Brownells gunsmith and Down East guns are two places to find parts for the pistol. You can also find parts at auction shops and local gun stores.
Start with Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms . If you have any interest in old guns, it is well worth the $40 price tag, but your public library probably has a recent copy if you just want to read it once.
I would say No, but if anyone can tell you for sure, it would be John Callahan, a private Stevens historian. You can find contact information at www.savagearms.com. I can tell you that it is NOT a ladies model if it is not either .22 or .25 caliber or if it has a barrel length other than 24 or 26 inches.
What type action? Tip-up, lever, falling block, rolling block, bolt action? It could be any of several boys rifles or target rifles. Exactly how is the company name written on the gun? The "J. Stevens and Co" version was discontinued 8 years before the 1894 patent date on yours.
You sure it doesnt say '44 Shot' instead of '44 Short'? The .44 Shot cartridge was a popular small bore shotshell before the introduction of the .410. email@example.com I'd suggest a trip to the library. Find the Standard Catalog of Firearms and look at the listings for Stevens. Your shotgun is probably a smoothbore version of the Tip-Up, Ideal, or Favorite rifle.
An AIRSOFT Rifle shoots plastic BBs. An Air rifleshoots steel BBs or lead pellets. Airsoft guns and rifles have an Orange or Red tip on the barrel. BB guns and pellet guns / rifles do not have a red or orange tip on the barrel.
The value of a J Stevens 22 cal nickel finish tip-up pistol is between $200 and $500 depending on its condition. These guns are easy to conceal but provide little firepower.
You posted this under the Iver Johnson topic and that company made a lot of revolvers in Fitchburg, which isn't far from Chicopee Falls. The only arms maker I find in Chicopee is Stevens, but I have no records of a Stevens revolver. Are you sure it is not a tip-up pistol?
It sounds like you may have a Stevens Tip up pistol, but there is not enough information to give you a definite answer- and value is also driven by condition. You will need to visit a gun shop or gun show in your area for a better answer. Sorry-
Yes, the southern tip.
Your rifle was made ROUGHLY 1925-1965. These were untility grade rifles, intended for hunting or plinking. They made great boys rifles due to the very slender wrist of the stock. Savage/Stevens/Springfield was at one time the largest gun maker in the US, and made several thousands of the 86 series. Rifles made late in the production had a black tip painted on the forearm. Serial numbers were not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968. Many of these guns were also made under hardware store brand names, such as Gambles Store. I have 3 different versions, different grades of wood in sthe stocks, and my grandkids love them.
Tip as much compared too? Need more information to answer the question.
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A great place for tips to look is on WebMD. You will be able to find an array of information. Another good tip is reading the labels of the foods you eat.
The exact value of a 32 Rimfire Stevens Tip Up Single Shot pistol made of brass with a steel barrel is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of those factors would be, the age and condition of the pistol.
Yes: the 7 is a premier model. It looks like the a standard tip up model,except it has a wood fore stock. Very similar to the ladies model except with the heavier action.
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You grasp the forend at the front tip and pry it off. It is held in place by spring tension.
I'm sorry I don't have the answer... especially since I also own the same gun. It's been in my family since the mid 60's and I believe when my father bought this rifle it was new in the box. I still have it today.. and it seems to shoot pretty well. I would love to know a little more about it but I don't expect that it's worth much to anyone other than me.Are these rifles or shotguns? The only Stevens Model 34 in the Standard Catalog is a tip-up pocket rifle, not a bolt action. You can tell the approximate age of a Stevens by the way the name is marked. J. Stevens and Company = 1864-1886. J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co = 1886-1916. J. Stevens Arms Co = 1920-late 1940's. Stevens (sometimes Stevens Savage) = 1940's-1991 and after 1998. No Stevens firearms were manufactured 1917-1919 or 1992-1998.I just purchased one from a rather large store/dealer and paid $55 (June 2006). It is a rifle, the barrel reads STEVENS Savage Arms Westfield Mass USA .22 short, long or long rifle MODEL 34. I didn't buy it as a collectible, just like the gun and the price. It's a bolt action with a magazine, no serial number. Would love to find a schematic!ANSWERI have a Savage Arms Stevens Model 34M 22 Mag. bolt action with no serial number. My dad bout it brand new in the mid to late 60's probably mail order from sears