The Western Field model 30 shotgun is a Stevens model 520 shotgun that was made for Montgomery Wards.The value of a Stevens model 520 slide action shotgun is between 75-120 dollars on today,s market.
50-300 USD or so
The Stevens model 107 shotgun was made from 1912-1945.stevens made 443,500 shotguns during this time frame.
I'm guessing it is a single shot break open shotgun with an exposed hammer. Made sometime after 1900 and worth $50-$100 depending on condition.
The stevens model 9478 shotgun was made between 1978-1985.
A Savage Stevens model 94 shotgun was made from 1926-1945,there were 934,000 made during this time frame.
Made by Stevens for Montgomery Ward. It's equivalent to the Stevens 311. If fully functional, but not in like-new condition, it should be worth $200+ (retail).
The stevens model 77 slide action shotgun was made from 1955-1971.
Do you mean "Shotgun"? Stevens didnt make a shotgun model 44. Perhaps it's a rifle? Stevens made a Model 44 single shot Rifle valued from $250 to $600 in mint condition depending on caliber.
What do you need to known. Yes Stevens made a sxs shotgun many types.
J. Stevens Arms Company
Depends on model and when it was made. I have a Stevens 84-C that has no SN on it.
Stevens made 41 different models of shotguns before 1930.Are you looking for a specific model of stevens shotgun?
The Stevens model 77 slide action shotgun was made during the years 1955-1971.
Stevens Arms made the Ranger shotgun for Sears & Roebuck. Production ended about 1930.
I believe it was Stevens
The 59a was made from 1938 to 1947.
The savage/stevens model 94 shotgun was made from 1926-1945.There was a total production of 934,000 shotguns made during this time frame.
Stevens made the sb-300. You can cross reference it and it comes out to a Stevens 311
The stevens model 107B was made during 1912-1945.there was 443,500 made during this time frame.
JC Higgins was a Sears brand for guns sold by them, made by others, including Stevens. Your shotgun could be either or both- depends on what is marked on the gun.
I would have to do some searching to verify this, but I don't believe Stevens ever made a shotgun using percussion caps.