J. Stevens Arms Company
A Rossi 20 gauge single shot shotgun can fire any factory-made rifled slug, as long as the barrel is marked Modified, IC, or Cylinder. If it's marked Full, it may be too tight for some slugs. Remington Slugger is a suitable brand.
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Not sure what you mean by a "12 barrel." If it is a 12 inch long barrel, it has been cut off and is an illegal firearm. In any case, .410 single-shot Stevens guns bring $100 in top condition. email@example.com
Trade name used by Sears. Actual manufacturer could be Hopkins & Allen, Stevens, and several others. Pre-1940. firstname.lastname@example.org
HI I have a Stevens 22 long single shot. I like to have a .17 HMR or a .17HM2 Barrel on it will it work
50-125 or so
They were made for a long time. If it has a serial number, it is post-1968.
100.00--to 175.00 in very good condition.
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Depends on it's condition. Stevens is antique and no-longer in business Stevens Arms was an American firearms manufacturer founded by Joshua Stevens in 1864. The company introduced the .22 Long Rifle round and made a number of rifle, shotgun, and target pistol designs before being bought by Savage Arms in 1920. After 1920, Stevens made training rifles and machine-guns for the US Military. Savage stopped using the Stevens brand by 1950. (wiki)
The Stevens 1915 Favorite is not a pump-action rifle. It is a single-shot. First we need to figure out which model you actually have. email@example.com
AnswerNeed to know EXACTLY how the gun is marked. All the barrel markings including patent dates, firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE NUMBER STAMPED ON THE BARRELIS 52869 AND THE BARREL MEASURES 8 INCHES LONG
No one made OLD ones, but almost every firearms manufacturer made NEW ones a long time ago. If you have a trade name marked on the gun, we may be able to provide a manufacturer's name and approximate age.
50-100 USD. 50-100 years old
That patent date identifies a Stevens single shot.
Probably made at the turn of the century.
Yes as long as the chamber is marked for the 3in.shell It would say chambered for 2 3/4 or 3in shell.
your rifle was made by J Stevens arms Co. 101 16 was the Stevens model 87A 22 cal semi auto rifle .1946 to 1955 >Stevens made a lot of these rifles and their vallue is some what low between 75 and 125 dollars depending on condition They are excellent rifles fun to shoot and very accurate
Riverside Arms was a trade name used by J. Stevens Arms division of Savage Arms. The Stevens historian could probably tell us (for a fee) when the first and last guns marked Riverside were produced, but it would be somewhere close to 1920 and 1950.
value of Stevens model 94 long tom perfect condition
What is the value of a Stevens Arms 22-Long Rifle Pat. 1913.
It is a 12 gauge shotgun, not a rifle. Retail value will depend on condition, but typically is in the $75-$125 range. As your grandpa's gun, it is priceless.