If you will tell us exactly how the company name is marked, we can probably place it within 10-15 years. *J. Stevens and Co. - 1864-1886 *J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co (or A&T Co) - 1886-1916 *J. Stevens Arms Co - 1920-1942 *Stevens (or Stevens / Savage) - 1942-1991 (but with no serial number, before 1969) The Stevens name was revived in the late 1990s, but so far only on updated versions of the single shot Favorite and Ideal models. Stevens models 066, 086, and 66 are the only listings in the Standard Catalog for tube-fed bolt-action 22s. Are any of these numbers marked on the barrel or receiver? The exact model doesn't matter much as all the bolt-action 22s are listed under the same entry for $25 in poor condition and $150 in excellent condition.
The value of the Stevens .25 caliber lever action rifle varies quite a bit with its condition. This gun sells for about 300 dollars in good to excellent condition.
Depends on model, condition and caliber.
A Stevens bolt action .22 caliber rifle is an excellent choice for those starting out shooting or hunting small game animals. It offers a reliable design and shoots affordable ammunition.
This name was used by Montgomery Ward on guns manufactured by Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works and J. Stevens Arms Company.
marlin,stevens,savage Answer 2 To the best of my knowledge Montgomery wards commissioned the rifles through other companies I own A model 895 22 caliber lever action And it is a commissioned Moseberg 402
they only made them for one year 1976
The Browning (BLR) comes in a .223 lever action.
Length, not caliber, determines action size
Can't be determined from the markings you list.
Tika is a subsidiary of Sako, Berreta, company.
POSSIBLE that your rifle may have been made for Sears by Stevens (Savage) as a Model 83. Due to multiple mergers of company names between Savage, Springfield, and Stevens, it gets a little murky.
Yes. The model 27 was made in .25 Stevens rimfire, and .25-20, plus .32-20.
Made by Stevens before World War II.
Browning.com has sn data on their web site under customer service.
Your gun is a Savage/Stevens Model 86. gunpartscorp.com has some parts. After that it is a long search.
I would first look at numrich gun parts corp.They can be found on the web.
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.
Generally under $100. firstname.lastname@example.org
One of many 22 single action revolvers made by the company
stevens bolt action 22 model 840
The Stevens Model 125, a 22 caliber Bolt-Action, Single-Shot rifle was manufactured between the years of 1898 and 1912 in Westfield, Massachusetts by The Stevens Arms Co.If you Have a Stevens Model 125 with Savage also on the barrel than you have a gun manufactured by The Savage Arms Co. and it would have been made after 1920 when Savage Arms purchased Stevens Arms.I have a Stevens Savage 22 bolt action single shot 22 rifle model 125 and have yet to find the date of manufacture for it. wwworth
it was a child's first gun. one in excellent condition is probably woth $100.00