Stevens 25 Rimfire ammunition has been obsolete for many years and is now an expensive collectors item and when available it is in very limited quantities. Shootable quantities have not been available since before 1960.
2 types of 25 caliber Stevens. 1. In centerfire, you have 25-20 Stevens and I believe 25-50 Stevens of which brass is available from Midway. 2. In rimfire you have the 25. rimfire round which apparently is unavailable as I am currently searching for a source.
Pretty common. That is the .25 Auto cartridge.
I'm sorry to inform you, but the .25 Stevens was discontinued in 1946. even if you could find some ammunition, it would probably be extremely expensive. Although I have heard of people re-chambering these rifles to the .25ACP round.
This is probably an 1894 Favorite. Depending on condition, it is worth $125(poor) to $400 (excellent). A drawback is the scarcity of .25-caliber ammunition.
32 Short rimfire ammunition. This ammunition is now obsolete and was only available through Navy Arms. You can usually find some at the local gunshows but expect to pay a good price for it.
It's ammunition, more commonly called the 25 Stevens. It was called the 25-10 because it's a 25 caliber with 10 grains of powder. ( black powder at least originally, don't think it was ever changed )
the ammunition would be the 25-20 Winchester center fire (25-20 WCF). ammunition is still manufactured by Winchester for this rifle.
A type of ammunition.
.32 Long Rimfire ammunition is currently available from Old Western Scrounger, a division of Navy Arms. This is new-manufactured ammunition, produced on contract in Brazil by CBC. This is the only source of useable .32 Rimfire and it isn't cheap. This ammunition works well in the Stevens "Favorite" rifle and should work in any other firearm chambered for it. The .32 Short Rimfire is not available. Dixie Gun Works sells adapters to allow use of rifles and pistols in .32 Short and Extra Long Rimfire by using a .22 "acorn" blank as a primer. The Short adapters can be used in rifles chambered for the .32 Long, but the Extra Long adapters cannot. The .25 Rimfire hasn't been loaded since 1941 and all remaining stocks are gone. It is completely un-obtainable except for collector ammunition that is far too expensive and probably too old to shoot.
ammunition is available for both the 32 cal semi auto and revolver..................
Ammo in .25 rimfire has not been available for many decades.so the answer is no.
It is available if you look.
Whitney Stevens was born on August 25, 1987.
Julien Stevens was born on 1943-02-25.
Rusty Stevens was born on 1948-12-25.
Helena Stevens died on February 25, 2009.
Isaac Stevens was born on 1818-03-25.
Will Henry Stevens died on 1949-08-25.
YES.................... Yes, it is commonly available.
$200.00 per rd. I paided &180.00 per rd. 2 yrs. ago. I know it was insane. but enjoyed shooting it. first time in 85 yrs. I haven't shopped for any .25 rimfire, but have purchased .30 teatfire ammunition that has not been manufactured since 1870 for only $10 per round and think I over-paid. Some specialty ammunition manufacturers will occassionally produce a run of .25 rimfire, so it should be available at larger gun shows for no more than a couple dollars per round. Original ammunition 60 - 70 years old should be hard to find, but available.
Could be ammunition, magazine, dirty, etc..
Durham Stevens died on March 25, 1908 at the age of 57.
Ray Stevens Christmas was created on 2009-09-25.
John Calvin Stevens died on 1940-01-25.