15,000 - 20,000 U.S DOLLARS
It is one type of gun.It has 2 step squared off reciver with " J stevens arm copany" stamped on the left side and the safety located inside the trigger guard.
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front trigger fires right barrel. back trigger fires left. boone
I can't find anything about a "379" (could it be 370 or 375?), but if the name is stamped as you have it written, the gun was made between 1864 and 1886.
It means your Montgomery Ward branded gun was made by Savage/Stevens and is identical to the Stevens model 94B.
Made by Savage/Stevens. We have trigger guards.
The model 39A had a cast trigger guard and the front screw holds the receiver to the stock. The models 59's all have a stamped trigger guard that is held in place with wood screws. The take-down screw is in front of the trigger guard. The model 59B has a black forend tip.
Sounds like you have a Turkey gun. @0 guage and the other barrel is a rifle. They are worth up to $500 or so. Depends on the caliber of the rifle barrel.
Very nice. I wish I had one. Did you have a question about it?
Not a model number. If you are finding that stamped behind the trigger guard it is an assembly number. In any event, virtually any Stevens single-shot shotgun is going to sell for less than $100. firstname.lastname@example.org
I don't know what the numbers on the trigger are unless they are a part number, but you can add about 25% to the asking price for a single selective trigger.
The Stevens 84C (Stevens was owned by Savage Arms, and the 84C is the same as the Savage 4C) was made with two different trigger guards during its production life. One was a simple curved steel trigger guard that was mounted to the surface of the stock. The other was a larger cast aluminum alloy trigger guard that fit into an "inlet" (cutout area) on the stock. Both types of trigger guards are still available (in Jan 2012) from Numrich (aka Gun Parts Corp)
It was made by J. Stevens Arms (division of Savage Arms) sometime after 1920.
The front trigger opened the breach.
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Yes all you have to do is pull the trigger once and let go in about a second.
This is a stevens model 39A. The stevens 59A, B and C all had the takedown screw in front of the trigger guard.
The model number should be stamped on the barrel just above the trigger guard.
Contact customer service thru the website at Savage firearms. Stevens is owned by Savage.