The Stevens 240 is an over-under .410 with double hammers, double triggers and a Tenite (plastic) stock and forearm, modified and full choke. It was made from 1940 to about 1948. Values in 2005 seem to range from the mid-$300s to upwards of $500 for good to excellent specimens. Gunshow prices have really been going up for these guns.
Check the on line auction sites to see what they are bringing.
the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
The Stevens 311 is a double barrel shotgun.
I am looking for the same thing. I have a J. Stevens model 54 in .410 that my grandfather left me and cannot find any info on this shotgun. It is bolt action with a cocking knob on the rear of the bolt. Any info would be appreciated.
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
Yellow pages category = GUNSMITHS.
gun-parts.com has them...but for 12 ga only
Couldn't find that particular model listed but most Stevens pumps go for between $100 and $200 Made from 1936-1943, with a value of $100 or less. firstname.lastname@example.org
Try your local gunsmith. The Riverside is a Stevens shotgun. If you can find out which model it is, you can probably find the wood at Numrich Gunparts
Probably at Savage customer service website (Savage bought Stevens in 1920)
Riverside was manufactured by Stevens, so if you can identify the equivalent Stevens model, you should be able to find parts. Check with a local gunsmith.
Numrich Arms should have them.
there is a model 311a double barrel shotgun made by Stevens/savage but have not heard of just an 11a. I have a 20ga 311a given to me by my grandpa and he said it was made in the fifties. You can go to Google and type in Stevens model 311 and will pull up information on this shotgun.AnswerRemington made a model 11a but it was not a double barrel it was a semiauto.
Try looking it up in the" 2008 Firearms the collectors price & reference Guide" in the Library. Pages 1137 to 1140. You will have to find out what model you have by compairing the photos with your shotgun. This should give you an idea of the value.
There's a whole shelf of books on firearms in your library. Or you may find information on www.savagearms.com
your savage Stevens model 94c was made from 1926-1945,there were 934,000 made during this timespan.
Best left to a professional. Find a gunsmith
As Stevens has changed hands many times you will need to find the complete manufacturers name, such as; Springfield, SE Stevens Company (Tool Company) etc. Info is really hard to find but what I've found out is a Stevens shot guns value is between $150 and $300, with the 12ga at the bottom end and the .410ga at the high end.
I don't find the Westernfield 530A but be careful: there is a Stevens 530 (1912 to 1918) that is a pump shotgun as well as the Stevens mod 530 (1935 to 1952) double barrel.
Your shotgun is likely a Stevens Model 940, made by them for Sears. This was made from 1961-1970. Value is about $100-$125, depending on condition. Depsite relatively low price, these were good "utility" grade shotguns.
I would first look at numrich parts corp,and look at the model number you have.If you do not find anything The shotgun you have was made by stevens and there model number was stevens model 520.I would look for that model number next.Good luck in your search.
The model number should be on the right side.