No. It couldn't have been manufactured before 1929.
The Springfield name was used by Stevens from 1920 to 1948.
The Stevens/Springfield single-shots routinely bring under $100 at retail. email@example.com
Probably Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield
I can't locate this particular model, but Stevens/Savage dropped the Springfield line in 1948.
Yes, I believe it was. I have a Model 53-B (single shot .22LR) and it says on the barrel 'SPRINGFIELD MODEL 53-B, Manufactured by J. Stevens Arms Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A.'
I have a single shot Springfield shotgun but there is no model number anywhere. It looks just like a the Stevens Model 94 and has several identical parts although I am not sure what series of the 94 it is.
It is a Stevens Model 1929.
Contrary to what some believe, Springfield Arms was never a subsidary company of Cresent Arms. Springfeild Arms, like Cresent Arms, were both bought out by Stevens/Savage. Unlike the Cresent, Springfield manufacturing continued after the buy out. Some clarification: Springfield Arms Co was absorbed by Stevens very early, before 1900. Stevens continued to use the Springfield name on certain models of shotgun. Savage absorbed Stevens around 1930 or so, and continued to use the Springfield name on into the 1980's, generally on guns sold to mass-marketers. Crescent Firearms was originally an independent manufacturer that was bought by the major wholesale HD Folsom, which also eventually was absorbed by Savage.
Sometime between 1920 and 1948.
Around $50-$75. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a J Stevens Springfield Model 15, .22 single shot, and there is no serial number. I bought it a t a gun store, and the dealer marked my receipt to indicate it had no serial number. There is also no indication that a serial number was removed.
$50, maybe less depending on how poor shape it is in.
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yes rickspringfield is single
I have a 12 Ga. sitting here saying springfield manufactured by J. Stevens arms company. If that helps ya any. It's a single shot that's really short with no searial number or model number.
Will need all of the markings on the shotgun to give a correct approximate date range. email@example.com
The age of a Springfield model 83 .22 caliber single shot rifle is between 75 and 79 years old. The guns were manufactured by Stevens Arms Company between 1935 and 1939. Depending on the condition of the gun they may be sold for anywhere from $40 up to about $75.
In Fort Wayne,In. at the H&H gun shop they have a springfield 1929 single shot 12 ga.in excelent condition for $69.95. Very attractive shotgun. Do you mean to tell me that my Springfield A. 1929 Model Single Shot 12 ga. is only worth $70, that cannot be right. Its not in the blue book, so where is the right value? Why do you think your Springfield Arms shotgun is valuable? You should be able to find it in the Blue Book if you look under Stevens Arms. I know it is in the Standard Catalog of Firearms. Springfield was the economy grade of Stevens which was the second-tier division of Savage. It's a good and serviceable shotgun, but it's still a single shot, break-action, utility gun. You can buy a brand-new Baikal or Boito for $80, so a second-hand gun is going to be less.
Depending on which version (early flat sided stocks are higher) these run about $100. They seem to have been made from the late20s/ early 30's, up until about 1950. Dates are imprecise due to the tangled history of Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield.
There have been several variations of the company name, but never just "J Stevens". The "Springfield" name was used from 1920 until about 1948 and during this time the company was called J. Stevens Arms Co. The type is determined by looking at the gun: single shot, double barrel, pump, etc. The gauge, if not marked on the barrel, can be determined by measuring the chamber. 147K MAY be the model number. I have not found this model listed in any of my references, however if it is a single shot or double barrel, few models differ significantly from others, so many are not listed individually.
What is the value of a Stevens model 940b 16 gauge single shot? And when was it made?
would like to know the value of j. Stevens 1913 single action/brake action
There was more than one model. This was the Sears branded version of a Savage/Stevens/ Springfield rifle, commonly called a "gill gun" due to the vent slots right behind the chamber, or a Click/Clack rifle (sound the action made when firing). This was a Savage 6A, or a Springfield/ Stevens 87A.
Made by J Stevens Arms between 1920 and 1948.
Stevens made the model 53 series from 1936 to 1948. This single-shot bolt action .22 rifle might bring $75-$125 depending on condition.