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What is the age and value of a J Stevens Whippet Model C 22?

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2005-10-31 05:31:16
2005-10-31 05:31:16

What you have is this. Crescent Firearms was a large manfacturer of shotguns in the late 1880's in Norwich, Ct. In 1893 they sold out to H&D Folsom Arms Co. of N.Y. They produce many shotguns under over 200 names. As for your Whippet they were a large Chicago Hardware firm who they put their name on firearms. In 1931 Folsom sold out to J. Stevens who then were pick up by Savage later. Your was made in the early 1930's for this hardware co. You should have a gunsmith check for chamber length as they did not make them 2 3/4 inch till about 1927. Value is very low $50. to $100. this is jaalbers@dakotainet.net and I own the j Stevens Whippet model c 22. The answer to my original question sounded like you described a shotgun. This not a shotgun but a 22 rifle. So I'm still looking for info on this. Thanks Whippet rifles and shotguns were made c. 1920-1945 by the Stevens division of Savage Arms for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company, a hardware retail/wholesale operation in Chicago. I could make a guess at the value of your .22 if you would describe it more fully. What type of action does it have and is it a single shot or repeater? The condition, either stated as a percentage of the original finish remaining or according to NRA grading standards.

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