It was made sometime between 1886 and 1916. Even though all the parts work, it may not be shootable, especially with modern shells. If the hammers are on the back, it probably has fluid steel barrels and MAY be allright with lower pressure shells, but if the hammers are mounted on the sides, it may have twist-steel barrels that were designed for black powder ammunition. If you want to fire this gun, have it checked by an experienced gunsmith.
Made between 1890-1920.
Impossible to answer without more information.The manufacture date can be approximated by the company name.J Stevens & Co = 1864-1886J Stevens Arms & Tool Co = 1886-1916J Stevens Arms Co = 1920-late 1940sStevens = 1940s-1990
The stevens model 94B was made from 1926-1945.The total production of this shotgun was 934,000.
I can say that your shotgun being marked with J Stevens Arms and Tool Co.indicates that it was made from 1886-1916.That marking was only used during these years of production.
I would contact Savage Arms (they own Springfield) and ask. Customer service at their website would be a good start.
I can't find production dates for a model 357, but if it is marked J Stevens Arms Co (NOT J. Stevens and Co or J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co), the gun was made no earlier than 1920 and before 1950.
The model number should be on the right side.
Stevens guns were marked J. Stevens Arms Co from 1920 to 1942. Utility grade slide action shotgun, blued finish and walnut stocks. NRA Poor = $50, Excellent = $150. Manufactured 1926 to 1945.
Stevens Aems Co. Model 39 we are trying yo find the date on one right now.
They were made in the 1930s and there is no serial list by year. These are NOT Brownings but were made for the SEARS store by various makers, but not the Browning Arms Co. It was built on Brownings patent and made by Stevens.
Your Stevens model 235 was made between the years 1912-1916.This is when the Name Stevens arms and tool Co was changed to Stevens arms Co.The model 235 was made from 1912-1935.So the years listed fit into both the name and manufacturing time frame that your shotgun was produced.I hope that you find this informative.
You can try e-gunparts.com, local gun shops, local gun shows, want ads.
Have it examined by a gunsmith.
Manufactured between 1886 and 1916.
The name with "Tool Co" at the end was only used from 1887 - 1916.
no Co. is an abbreviation for company But there are differences between: * J. Stevens and Co. * J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. * J. Stevens Arms Co. * Stevens and * Stevens - Savage
It will depend on year and condition. However, Stevens are a reliable but inexpensive gun that typically are worth $75-$300 in 12 gauge double format, in 2012.
Shotguns by that name were manufactured by both J Stevens and Crescent. A gunsmith should be able to produce/remanufacture any part you might need.
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Made between the early 1920s and 1940s by Stevens for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Co. $150-$250, depending on condition.
The owner's manual, configuration and comparison with known examples.