Yes. I have one. It says Stevens right on the receiver.
I know that if it has a plastic (tenite) forestock it also had a plastic buttstock. Manufactured probably in the 1940's or 50's.
try the barrel or receiver.
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I can't answer your question but I have a series 5 16 gauge. your post is the first time I've seen reference to this gun on the internet. M
It should be in the right side of the receiver, (small numbers)
You have a Ranger Model 30, which was a store brand made by Stevens as a Model 520. It was designed by John Browning, and has a slight humpback in the receiver. A Stevens version ranges in blue book value from $190 in 100% condition, to $75 in 60 % condition. Unfortunately, house brand guns bring less.
AROUND 1961 OR 1962, BUT ONLY ON THE SAVAGE MODEL 24, WHICH REPLACED THE STEVENS 22-410.
that is pretty vague but it should say Stevens favorite on the top of the receiver and have j stenens tool company on the left side of the barrel.
All my records indicate that stevens did not make a model 337 shotgun.If your stevens shotgun is marked U337 under the receiver,this would be a serial number,not a model number.
Check the receiver and barrel.