There was an overwhelming number of models of Stevens Tip Up rifles made. Would have to get considerably more details and/or pictures to make a determination.
The caliber of the firearm should be stamped on the barrel.
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Mainly identified by features, not a stamped number.
often the model and maker are stamped on the weapon
The Stevens will accept whatever caliber designation is stamped on the side of the barrel.
If it's an NFA tax stamped device or firearm, yes. If it's a typical Title I firearm (your 'everyday' sort of gun), no.
The Riverside trade name was used by J. Stevens from 1915-mid 1940's. You MIGHT be able to get a precise date by contacting the Stevens historian. savagearms.com should have his contact information.
Yes. Some are stamped Stevens by Savage Arms Co.
Stevens had the "Favorite" line of .22 rifles.
The "J.Stevens" name was shortened to "Stevens" in 1940. What you need to look for is the chamber size, which should be stamped on the barrel. It needs to be 2 & 3/4 inches to shoot modern ammo. Also Stevens usually stamped near the chamber size if the barrel was proof tested. My Stevens single is stamped "Proof Tested Steel" and it handles modern ammo well, but kicks like a mule. To be really safe, let a gunsmith look at it.
One that has a reciever made by metal stamping rather than machining. The AK47 is one such gun.
The "J.Stevens" name was shortened to "Stevens" in 1940. What you need to look for is the chamber size, which should be stamped on the barrel. It needs to be 2&3/4 inches to shoot modern ammo. Also Stevens usually stamped near the chamber size if the barrel was proof tested. My Stevens single is stamped "Proof Tested Steel" and it handles modern ammo well, but kicks like a mule. To be really safe, let a gunsmith look at it. "J. Stevens" was used from 1930 to 1948. Any gun built by Savage/Stevens in that time period will have chambers 2 3/4 or longer. If it also says "& Co" or "A & T" it will be older and may not.
Should be a .25 ACP. It should be stamped on the firearm.
Do you have any more information on it? next to model # is stamped 4E The Stevens/Savage Arms 94 C was produced from 1934 until around 1983. The lack of a serial # would indicate it was before 1968, and what is the manufacturing facility?
A small oval, containing the letters ELG, stamped into the metal of a firearm, would indicate the gun was made in Belgium, and was tested by the government Proof House in Liege Belgium.
THey were made by crescent firearm company.
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
prior to 1968 the 94c was not stamped with a SN
This name was used by Montgomery Ward on guns manufactured by Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works and J. Stevens Arms Company.
Not much beyond what is stamped on the gun. Manufactured 1931-1941 by the Stevens division of Savage Arms in Chicopee, Mass.
Most firearms have the model number/name stamped on the receiver or barrel of the firearm in question.
If it is stamped inside in the middle of the back, it is French, probably from around 1900.
A Sears and Roebuck firearm called the Gladiator Field Grade side by side manufactured by Meriden Firearms could sell at auction for up to $250. If there is a maker's mark or a model number stamped on the barrel, the price will be more than if there is nothing stamped.
It is one type of gun.It has 2 step squared off reciver with " J stevens arm copany" stamped on the left side and the safety located inside the trigger guard.