I'm not sure what the question is, but I have one. It is a bolt action, magazine fed shotgun. Mine is 16 ga. I have seen them from 12 down to 410. My neighbor has a 12 ga. and uses it all the time. I use mine for dove, squrile, and turkey. I paid $60.00 dollars for it at a gun show about 12 years ago. I have owned several shot guns during that time autoloaders,pumps, but it is the one that has stayed and goes to the field, when I want to bag game. In fact it is the only shotgun in the house at this time. I have never been able to find out what the choke is on it, it looks like 2 zeros next to each other, but it has more range and a tighter pattern than my son in-laws mossburg 12ga. pump. numrich gun parts corp. www.gunpartscorp.com has parts for them all.
The Stevens model 58 was made between 1933-1945.
your Stevens model 58 was made from 1933-1945 with a total production of 29,500.
Your Stevens model 58 was made between the years 1933-1945,with a total production of 29,500 made.
The value of a Stevens 22 Model 58 shotgun depends on its condition. In mint condition, this shotgun is valued at about 450 US dollars.
The savage/stevens model 58 was made during the years 1933-1945,with a total production of 29,500 firearms made.
The savage/stevens model 58 was made during the years 1933-1945.
My records indicate that the Savage/stevens No 58 were made from 1933-1945.there were a total of 29,500 made during this time span.
try the barrel or receiver.
try gunbroker.com they might have parts
Around 58 years old
Gun shop, gun show, want ads.