I have a Springfield model 187S .22 LR (semi-Auto, tube feed).
The Springfield name was used from 1920 to 1948 but I can't find a listing for a model 87. there are 2 Springfield 87A .22 rifles currently !!/2/05)listed on Auction Arms one is id ed as a Springfield Stevens and the other as a Springfield 87A i own a Wards Western Field model 87 tube fed semi auto .22 that appears to be identical to these two rifles i know it to be at over 50 years old. I also have one and it is dated to 1968
The Springfield 1903 rifle is a classic US firearm, and the military keeps them as a symbol of infantry in general. They don't use M-16s or anything like that. If you look closely, you will notice that the U.S. Infantry emblem is a pair of crossed MUSKETS, not auto-rifles, definitely NOT M-16's. I hope this corrects the mistake made above this boutthe 1903 Springfield.
i found two .22 semi auto rifles marked Springfield and Speingfield Stevens model 87 A on Auction Arms . the asking price was between $65 and $145. i have a Wards Western Field model 87 that appears to be identical to these two and i know it to be over 50 years old. i am 51 and this rifle belonged to my father and it was in his home for as long as i can remember. i should have asked him when and where he acquired it but never did. if your 87N is a tube fed .22 repeater it may be a later production version or if it is a clip fed repeater it could be a contemporary. look on AA under rifles and search for Springfield. this may help you determine if your rifle is a varient of the Model 87AAnswerThe Springfield name was used by Stevens/Savage from about 1920 to 1948. According to the Blue Book, the 87 series was made from 1938 to 1945. Value is probably $75 to $150.
If your model 120 is a semi auto 22 rifle, it is a Marlin 99, made for Western Auto under their brand. Depending on condition, $100-$125. Serial numbers wre not required on rifles and shotguns until 1968. MANY guns made before that date never had a SN, and yes, it is legal. REMOVING a serial number is NOT.
Pioneer Gambles Store Model 27A .22 caliber rifflePioneer was the brand name used by Gambles Store for the rifles made for them by Savage/ Springfield/ Stevens. These are known as "Hardware" guns, from the period when many hardware stores, Western Auto, etc sold guns. The Model 27A may be the Savage/Stevens Model 87 (before 1948, model 087). There is no major collectors interest in them, but they are good utility grade hunting rifles. The extremely slender stock and wrist make them very nice first rifles for young people. They have been out of production for some time now, limited parts may be available from gunpartscorp.com, value $50-75, depending on condition. I have 2 of the Gambles Store rifles- the grandkids love them.
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