AROUND 1961 OR 1962, BUT ONLY ON THE SAVAGE MODEL 24, WHICH REPLACED THE STEVENS 22-410.
STEVENS AND SAVAGE DID NOT PUT NUMBERS ON THE SHOTGUNS AND OVER AND UNDERS IN THE MID 4OTS UNTILL 1954. THE GUN IS WORTH ABOUT 250.00 TO 350.00
Worth about $150 - $200US, depending on condition.
25-130 USD or so
22 LR over a 410 shotgun barrel.
The Stevens Model 22/410 (and Savage Model 24) is worth from $150 to $500, depending almost entirely on condition, and in lesser degree the part of the country where the gun is being sold.
Please re-read the markings and repost. There is no such thing as a 22 short 410 long rifle.
$50-$150, depending on model and condition.
I think the 2259397 Savage Over/Under is about 55 years old. I too would like to know for sure. it is a 22-410 and belonged to a deceased cousin of mine. Anyone out there than can be of help please email me at " firstname.lastname@example.org Would appreciate your help very much. Age and value important. -- Need to Know Exactly How the Gun is Marked -- If it is marked as the Stevens Model 22-410, it was made between 1939-1950. If it is marked with some variation of the Model 24, it is later. email@example.com Everything on the rifle listed below: 22 long rifle, proof tested 410 bore, 3 inch chamber, patent 2259397 has 21A in a circle STEVENS savage arm cooperation model 22-410, chicopee falls, mass.
Savage as the Model 24.
The Stevens Model 22/410 was made from 1939 to about 1950, when the gun became the Savage Model 24. In poor shape, it's worth maybe $125, in average shape between $200 and $300, and in great shape between $300 and $450 or $500. Condition means a lot to determine value.
25th edition of Blue Book is $165.00 nib..new in box..$120.00 95%. Here is another opinion: * A Stevens model 22/410 in mint condition is worth about $450.00. May bring more. One in 60% is still worth about $250.00. You can throw the book away on these. I am talking about the ones made in the late 30s and 40s. I agree with a value much higher than the Blue Book, which is way too low. If you can find a .22/.410 "NIB" for $165, buy a hundred of them! Current values on line and at gunshows start around $250 or $275 and go as high as $600.
Takedown guide for Savage 24S
Stevens made several smoothbore guns chambered for .22, .32 and .44 rimfire shotshells. A .32 rimfire would be .09 inches smaller in diameter than a .410 and a lot shorter. There were 9MM shotshells which would be about .05 inches smaller, but I don't think Stevens ever made a shotgun for these.
The Stevens Model 22/410 was made from 1939 to 1950. Value in average condition on-line and at gunshows is in the $250 to $350 range. Condition is highly important in determining price. Guns below $200 are hard to find. Guns above $400 are slow to sell.
100-500 USD depending on condition, accessories, box, papers.
i am sure they were because my old man got his when he was in the Air Force