In the early 80's I bought a Stevens Crackshot. The trigger guard was actually a lever that opened the action. It was a replica of the oldtime Stevens. I had to trade it off. The trigger pull was so stiff my kids couln't fire it. It was so stiff that even I couldn't hit anything with it. Considering the cost of it, I decided that having a gunsmith do a trigger job on it would just about double the cost of the gun, so I got rid of it. To be fair, Savage and many other American arms makers were having a tough financial time of it back then, and Savage wasn't the only one to send out finished product that wasn't really up to standard. It was shortly after this period, I believe, that the grand old Savage 99 was finally discontinued for good after a brief reintroduction. Today they're back on their feet and making fine firearms again. The models come and go quickly though. By the time I saved up the money for the Scout rifle they had for a couple of years it was no longer in the catalog. Same thing with the takedown .22 magnum Stevens Crackshot, now available in .22 long rifle and .17 Hornady. I wouldn't hesitate to buy a new Savage now. I guess that's more than you asked, but I hope it helps. I just inherited my Dad's old pre-WWII .300 Savage 99, so I've had Savage on my mind lately. He used to have a takedown Model 1903 .22 pump made by Savage. We wore that one out when I was a kid. If they made that again, I'd be first in line to buy one, if they put a peep sight on it. Anyway, good luck.
You will have to place want ads, scour for sale ads and check on line auctions.
It is about 31-32 inches, total. It appears to be a 22 rifle for a child. Single shot, lever action. Very cool!
The Stevens 311 is a double barrel shotgun.
The J Stevens Model 38A 410 lever action is valued at?æthree hundred and seventy five dollars and?æthe bore is in a good shape.
The value of the Stevens .25 caliber lever action rifle varies quite a bit with its condition. This gun sells for about 300 dollars in good to excellent condition.
What year was J stevens made serialk #203j
The Stevens model 89,22cal lever action single shot rifle was made in 1976-then discontinued.
Side lever Crackshot--$100 to $250 No. 26 Crackshot -- $100 to $250 No. 26 1/2 Smoothbore -- $65 to $175 From the Blue Book of Gun Values
sears sold this rifle in the 70s sears sold this rifle in the 70s
If it is a typical Stevens double or single barrel there should be a metal lever towards the back of the stock slide it left or right and tilt the barrel down.
Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms
A lever that has the load between the fulcrum and the effort is known as a second order lever. Once again, the further away the effort is from the fulcrum and the load the greater the mechanical advantage of the lever.
Would have to identify exactly which model Stevens rifle you have. Need ALL of the markings. And, condition is everything, so digital pictures would help. www.countrygunsmith.net
they only made them for one year 1976
You must provide a model number. 100-400 USD
Pull the turn signal lever toward you to switch to high beams and back again Pull the turn signal lever toward you to switch to high beams and back again
it was made approx. 1896-1916
I have a j Stevens model 1915 (Favorite) Long Rifle Lever Action Rifle, Serial Number 115. If my memory serves me correctly my father told me he received it for his 12th birthday in 1924. It is in excellent condition. I had it refinished (metal and wood) several years ago. Big mistake I am told. Hope this helps.
you go to the crane and pull the lever to full power and then after that he'll knock you down so you need to try to get up there AGAIN and pull the lever to full power again. then you click on him and you'll be done.
You turn off the lever then push the can on the left up to the little rock then you turn on the lever again it will blow up the rock. Then you turn off the switch. Then you push the new can up to the right wall and the turn on the lever again and it will blow up the wall and you can go through.:)
Go to GabelGuns.com for answers about antique firearms. Very informative.
marlin,stevens,savage Answer 2 To the best of my knowledge Montgomery wards commissioned the rifles through other companies I own A model 895 22 caliber lever action And it is a commissioned Moseberg 402
push the wiper lever away from you. this washes the rear windscreen and starts the wiper. push the lever away from you again to stop the wiper.
To reset a Schwinn bike lock combination you will have to locate the reset lever at the top of the lock. Push and press this lever until it is flat. Enter the combination that you wish to use. Press the reset lever again to set the combination.
Yes, I have one. Marked J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass., S 321. 26 1/8" barrel, almost mint condition, original stock and barrel have been refinished.