the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
1910, give or take a few years.
The Model 215, a hammer gun, and the model 315, a hammerless
The name with "Tool Co" at the end was only used from 1887 - 1916.
If the model number isn't marked somewhere on the gun, it's pretty hard to determine exactly which Stevens double you have since they made at least 60 different models in three basic configurations - side hammer, back hammer, and hammerless. I can tell you that the "arms & tool" version of the company name was used from 1886 to 1916. If has a hammerless boxlock action, it was made after 1903.
Barrels have been cut down. 100-175 USD
Single barrel, $50-$75. Double, $150-$250.
Many gunsmiths will have one or two in the back room, or you can order from Numrich Gun Parts at the related link.
If that date is Apr 20, 1915, the gun is a J. Stevens Arms Co Model 311 hammerless.
That pretty well describes any hammerless action. -- Not Completely -- Most 'hammerless' boxlock actions do in fact have internal hammers. The later Stevens 311 guns have them. However, certain earlier submodels of the 311, the Stevens 330, 3151, 315 and so forth actually do not have hammers at all. The firing pins are very long and extend back into the action and are actually themselves held against spring tension by the sears. Pulling the trigger lowers the sear associated with that trigger and allows the firing pin to go forward under tension from its spring, firing that barrel. We have a substantial inventory of parts for these guns. email@example.com
Hibbard Spencer Bartlett & Co sold guns with the Newport name as early as the 1880s, but a hammerless Newport double would have been made by either Crescent between 1903 and 1930 or Stevens after that. The HSB trade names were discontinued during or shortly after World War 2.
The value of any firearm is based on exact make, model and condition. You need a hands-on assessment to give you an actual value- anywhere from $100 to $600 at a guess. There were dozens of different models of Stevens side by side hammerless guns. Sorry-
This is probably a Stevens model 520. What is your question?
The Worthington was made by both Crescent and Stevens for George Worthington Company of Cleveland. Value is about $100 to $150, depending on condition and originallity
Double barrel hammerless boxlock, right? My cross-reference list says this is a Savage/Stevens 315. I can't find any references that show it ever being sold under the Savage or Stevens name, only as Riverside, Springfield, and apparently various 'store brands'.
The Springfield name was used starting about 1915 until the late 1940's. From 1916 to 1920, the plant was used to manufacture Mosin-Nagant rifles for the Russian military and no Stevens firearms were produced. In 1920 the company was purchased by Savage Arms and production of the Stevens trade names, including Riverside and Springfield, was resumed.
I believe the 1915 patent date means the gun is identical to the Stevens 311 series. Numrich Gunparts at the related link should be able to help you.
This is likely a Stevens 315 I also have a hammerless double barrel shotgun but it has J Stevens Arms Company Chicopee Falls Mass patented April 20 1915.The way I was told to tell what model it was,by the length of the upper tang.The model 315 has a 2 5/8" Tang and a model 515 has a Tang of 2 7/8".My gun is the model 315 and from the J Stevens name I have been told that it was made between 1915 and 1936.As far as the value goes I have seen them go for between $250.-$400. I got mine at a garage sale for $100. 5 years ago.
J. Stevens Model 225 Hammer Boxlock: Same price for models 1877, 250, 260, 270, 280 and Hammerless Boxlock 380 Information as of 2008 Firearms Price & Reference guide NIB=1200, Exc=575, V.G.=450, Good=350, Fair=250, Poor=200
I also own one and I can assume since it was pre- "Savage" it has to be before 1920 wjhen J Stevens was purchased; I continue to look as I have taken a six digit number frm the steel section inside of the fore piece for reference...
Made for Sears Roebuck by Stevens. There may be a model number on the right side of the receiver (most likely 5000, 5100, or 311) or a Sears product number on the barrel (101.6?) which could give an approximate date.
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