The Stevens Maynard Junior was manufactured 1902 to 1912. It was a flimsy little gun with a particularly weak wrist, so not many have survived. Today, one in poor condition might bring $100. One in excellent condition would be at least $300.
A fully functional double barrel should bring $150-$250 depending on the condition. Less for one that is only useful as a tent peg, and a little more for one in like-new condition.
$100 to $150. A little more if it is in excellent like-new condition. A lot less if it is broken or rusty.
My experience for similar guns (like Stevens 311, Stevens 5100, etc) is that your gun is likely worth 250-300 in good condition with little room for movement either way given bad (but working) condition or excellent condition.
To determine the exact value of a Stevens Little Scout 22LR, a couple different factors would need to be considered. Some of these factors would be the condition and the age.
Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. There is little collector interest in single barrel shotguns. Information about J Stevens Arms apply to Riverside Arms Co.
My grandfather recently gave me a Stevens 5100 double barrel 12 gauge and I did a little digging and found that Stevens produced the 5100 from 1931-1941. Value, I'm not sure about. I havn't had mine appraised yet. Shoots nice though :)
The Stevens Boys Rifles such as the 14 1/2 Little Scout are collectable in top condition. Unfortunately, due to the market for which they were designed, guns in top condition are very rare. Typical selling price on one of these in the 40-50% condition range is around $100-$200. email@example.com
The Stevens Little Scout came in two varieties -- the Model 14 with a one-piece stock and the later Model 14-1/2 with separate buttstock and forearm. The Model 14 is quite rare and brings $150 on up, depending on condition. The Model 14-1/2 is much more common. Guns in average condition can be found for as little as $100; specimens in excellent condition can carry asking prices as high as $500. A typical gunshow price in 2005 is in the neighborhood of $175 to $275.
A used Audi TT from 2001 can rage between $6,000 in Fair Condition, to a little under $8000 in Excellent Condition. For a 2010 Audi TT, in Fair condition, it runs for $30,000 all the way to more than $35,000 for Excellent Condition.
I just recently purchased a Stevens 16 ga. double barrel in pretty good condition and paid 150$ for it. I don't know what the book value is, but I feel like its worth every penny of that 150$. $150 is a good price for any useable double barrel. In some parts of the country a 16 gauge will bring a little more than the more common 12 gauge guns but in other places it will be harder to sell or bring a little less. Top price, unless it is absolutely like new, would be about $250. The extra set of barrels should add another $50-$100, depending on their condition.
The value of a Little Black Samboo book No. 856 depends on its condition. This book in excellent condition is valued between 49.00 and 55.00 as of 2014.
This is not a fully automatic "machine gun". This is an antique double barrel shotgun. They have little collector value. Because of their age they should be shot, if at all, with special ammo appropriate to the metallurgy of the era. Value in excellent condition is about $400.
This was a version of the stevens favorite model single shot rifles.Your stevens model little scout was the model 14 1/2.these were made from 1909-1936.They came with either a 18in.or a 20in barrel,and a rolling breech block action with iron sights.I hope this helps?
It depnds on condition. A 1971 Standard Beetle in excellent condition could bring up to $12000.00 USD. Where as a Beetle in poor but drivable condition could go for as little as $800.00 USD.
About $325 in excellent condition - $30 apiece for the vent rib barrels
$100-$250, depending on condition. Less if broken or rusted, a little more if absolutely like new.
You have provided too little information to answer the question. The specific model and exact condition is required to make any kind of estimate.
It depends on condition. Values run from as little as $50 or $75 for well used, to several hundred for excellent condition.
1972. These are selling for around $150 in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
It all depends on the type and condition of the gun. An FN made 1970's Browning 25 in excellent condition will put you back several thousands while some of the cheap 19th century shotguns that flooded the lower end of the UK market are basically worth a little bit more than scrap value.
600-800. A little more if you have the original box, papers, etc.
Savage Stevens 887 great gun but these were very common and cheap in their day. Worth about 150-200 in good condition. Keep in mind you can get a nice new 22 auto for a little over 200 bucks
Is this a double barrel or pump? Can you give a little more description?
I have this model gun however i know very little about it. EBAY e-gunparts.com is an awesome parts site