Tops out at $100-$125. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross referencing store brands cn be iffy. Sear used the Ranger name- and so did others. IF your Ranger 35 is a bolt action 22 with a tubular magazine, it is a Stevens Mdl 66, made from 1931-1935. If that does not describe YOUR Ranger, please repost with some additional info- type of weapon, caliber, type action, etc.
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It is a Savage/Stevens product. I have new 5-rd and 10-rd magazines for it. email@example.com
Stevens/ J. Stevens arms company
The most consistent answer to this question that I have seen is: Shotguns labeled 'Ranger, Patent April 20, 1915, Proof Tested 12 Gauge' were made by Savage/Stevens Firearms and marketed through Montgomery Ward. However, the design may have begin with Springfield
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.
The Stevens Model 520 was built on a Browning patent and so marked. Stevens also built the gun for Sears before World War II under the 'Ranger' tradename, so if you have a slide-action shotgun marked 'Ranger' and 'Browning Patent' then that is what you have.
Stevens Arms made the Ranger shotgun for Sears & Roebuck. Production ended about 1930.
My best estimate would be Stevens.
Stevens model 66A
Stevens, made for Sears Roebuck
Just purchased a Model 83 from a gentleman who states that he bought it new originally in 1940, when he was about 9 or 10 at the time. Introduced in 1935 and dropped from production in 1939. The Stevens Springfield rifle was also made for Sears's and was called the Ranger model 103 and there was also a model made for J.C. Higgins They sold for about $25.00
The Ranger Model 30 was built by Stevens between 1904 & 1932.
I've just agree to buy one from a friend. It seems they show up from time to time. I've seen a few at the C&G guns shows that travel the south. Why do you want one? Almost any Ranger, Western Field, JC Higgins, or Riverside box-lock double will be identical to a Springfield. All are made by Savage/Stevens and many are even marked with the same Stevens model numbers.
It's a Stevens Model 520A.
J Stevens most likely
i think it is a model 37
You need a gunsmith
Gun made by Savage as 6 with A, AB, B letters that follow. Stevens numbers 76 and 87, in tube feed and same with other companies but this one is a Sears. Stocks also are the same as Stevens & Springfield models 87 tube feed. Numrich mostly has them but as of this writing, they are sold out.lc Jones
Sold by Sears Roebuck. Probably manufactured by Stevens.