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What is a springfield arms 1929 model 16GA worth?

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Easy. It was made in 1929, hence the model number...



'1929' is going to be a patent date, not a model number. Eastern Arms Co was not an actual manufacturer, it was a brand name used by Sears on guns they marketed, generally made by the Stevens Arms Co. Value is strictly based on its usability as a shooter, and single-barrel 16ga shotguns will generally sell for less than $100. 1929 is a model number marked on Stevens/Springfield shotguns.


Try E-Gunparts.com check for model 19. as 1929 is not listed.


On website GunsAmerica has one for sale for 225. Unknown what condition yours is in or the one for sale.




your springfield rifle was issued in 1929,it would be one of the first to have the then new nickel steel barrels.


Your serial number 1313139 shows that your Springfield model 1903 rifle was made in the year 1929.


With the serial number that you have provided,your Browning 16ga,auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1929.


Benedictine University at Springfield was created in 1929.


The Stevens/Springfield single-shots routinely bring under $100 at retail. sales@countrygunsmith.net




springfield arms is a subsidary company of crescent valley arms.had same problem with a double barrel 16ga.,it took 9mths to get little information from a expert on old firearms.best of luck with your search. correction to answer,should be crescent arms,notcresent valley arms.


In Fort Wayne,In. at the H&H gun shop they have a springfield 1929 single shot 12 ga.in excelent condition for $69.95. Very attractive shotgun. Do you mean to tell me that my Springfield A. 1929 Model Single Shot 12 ga. is only worth $70, that cannot be right. Its not in the blue book, so where is the right value? Why do you think your Springfield Arms shotgun is valuable? You should be able to find it in the Blue Book if you look under Stevens Arms. I know it is in the Standard Catalog of Firearms. Springfield was the economy grade of Stevens which was the second-tier division of Savage. It's a good and serviceable shotgun, but it's still a single shot, break-action, utility gun. You can buy a brand-new Baikal or Boito for $80, so a second-hand gun is going to be less.


If its a 12ga it was made in 1926 If 16ga, it was made in 1929



$10 if broken, rusted or worn out. $60-$90 if a useable firearm. $100-$125 in showroom condition.


In 1929 the price had fallen to around $290 which is equal to around $3,300 today.


Being a 410, you might be able to hold out for $200 if it is in excellent condition. Otherwise, figure $50-$100.



Made in 1929, this is not a Sweet 16. It is a Standard weight 16 ga. Sweet 16's are the lightweight 16ga model and were not available until 1937.


I suspect you are confusing a patent date marking with a model number. What are the other markings on the gun? sales@countrygunsmith.net OK. The best we can do is narrow it to the 1930's. No factory records exist. This was after the Savage takeover, and Stevens was still producing guns in the Chicopee Falls plant. They used the Springfield name as a value-brand.


If your springfield model 1903 rifle is in all original condition with the proper stock marks and the stock itself in very good condition,and a good bore?Then the price range is going for between 750-1,000 dollars or maybe more.Your rifle was made by springfield in the year 1929.



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