The model 107 was manufactured from 1912 until 1945, but Stevens was not associated with Savage until 1920, and even though a part of the Savage Arms Company, the guns were marked as "J. Stevens Arms Co" until the mid 1940's, so most likely yours was one of the last model 107's made in 1945. Stevens products were always well-made and serviceable, but nothing that collectors get excited about, so it will be priced as a used single shot. Since new ones sell for $89.95, secondhand it would be worth $45-60 depending on condition.
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The Stevens model 311 was discontinued in the year 1989.You would have to contact Savage/Stevens to get the actual age of your double barrel shotgun.
there is a model 311a double barrel shotgun made by Stevens/savage but have not heard of just an 11a. I have a 20ga 311a given to me by my grandpa and he said it was made in the fifties. You can go to Google and type in Stevens model 311 and will pull up information on this shotgun.AnswerRemington made a model 11a but it was not a double barrel it was a semiauto.
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Yes, it's a good utility shotgun. Nothing fancy or expensive. It is a Stevens/Savage 311 with the Sears trade name.
What do you need to known. Yes Stevens made a sxs shotgun many types.
The Stevens double barrel shotgun is worth $350 to $450 dollars. The value is determined by the gun's mechanical condition.
AnswerEarly Stevens shotguns did not have choke email@example.comOn my Savage semi-autos, a model 755A and 775A, the chokes are marked with an asterisk on the rear left side of the barrel. One for full, two for mod., three for IC.
These range in price from 130-200 dollars,depending on overall condition.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.