Try gunpartscorp.com - they have the best selection of gun parts in the country.
I would look to Numrich gun parts corp.they may be found on the web.
.22 bolt action rifle, obsolete. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
The Stevens Model 125, a 22 caliber Bolt-Action, Single-Shot rifle was manufactured between the years of 1898 and 1912 in Westfield, Massachusetts by The Stevens Arms Co.If you Have a Stevens Model 125 with Savage also on the barrel than you have a gun manufactured by The Savage Arms Co. and it would have been made after 1920 when Savage Arms purchased Stevens Arms.I have a Stevens Savage 22 bolt action single shot 22 rifle model 125 and have yet to find the date of manufacture for it. wwworth
Depends on model, condition and caliber.
I assume your single action is pre-war ? If so, then made about 1907. As to the caliber, check markings on barrel. that should give the caliber.......
Probably Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield
Go to the Springfield Armory web site. Email them the question if you can't find the answer on their web site. * The Springfield Armory won't know anything about a Stevens/Savage rifle manufactured 1933-1939. Look for this .22 single shot S-L-LR bolt action rifle as a Stevens 52B (Springfield was used for a time as a brand name by Stevens/Savage, as was Fox, so it may also show up under those names). It was also sold house branded as a (Montgomery Ward) Wards Western Field model 36. (However, Montgomery Ward also sold the Mossberg model 10 as a Western Field model 36; the Mossberg 10 was made 1933-35.) The Stevens model 52B is included in the 1934 Stevens parts catalogue; it is not included in the Stoeger 1939 Worlds Fair Issue Gun & Sports Catalogue (although the Stevens models 53, 56, 66, and 76 are).
I can't locate this particular model, but Stevens/Savage dropped the Springfield line in 1948.
That will depend on what kind of a Springfield Arms rifle it is. The "real" Springfield Arms was founded in 1850, manufactured revolvers that infringed on patents held by Colt, and closed within a year. In the early 1900's, Crescent Arms used the name on a line of inexpensive shotguns. After Savage/Stevens purchased Crescent, the Springfield Arms name was also used on several bolt action and autoloading .22 rifles. The name was discontinued in 1948.
Stevens and Springfield merged with Savage. Check customer service at Savage arms.
The .270 Winchester is a long action cartridge. It is a .30-06 Springfield necked down to hold a .277 caliber bullet.
A Springfield model 120 22 caliber bolt action rifle can be worth 100$-250$ depending on the year it was made and the condition it is in.
Depending on which version (early flat sided stocks are higher) these run about $100. They seem to have been made from the late20s/ early 30's, up until about 1950. Dates are imprecise due to the tangled history of Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield.
The Springfield Model 84 was made by J. Stevens Arms Company, Chicopee, Mass.
A Stevens bolt action .22 caliber rifle is an excellent choice for those starting out shooting or hunting small game animals. It offers a reliable design and shoots affordable ammunition.
POSSIBLE that your rifle may have been made for Sears by Stevens (Savage) as a Model 83. Due to multiple mergers of company names between Savage, Springfield, and Stevens, it gets a little murky.
They are available from Numrich thru their website (gunpartscorp) look under Savage- they own the Springfield brand.
Tops out at $100-$125. email@example.com
manufactured by savage arms corp.utica.n.y.usa
they only made them for one year 1976
My Springfield model 83 ( J Stevens) is stamped 22 Short, Long and Long Rifle on Barrel. If yours is as well, then yes, it would fire LR rounds.
The information available shows that they were manufactured between 1914 and 1945. A call to Springfield armory might help narrow it down.