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What is the age and value of a Stevens Savage Arms single barrel 12-gauge shotgun model 1078 or 107B?


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2014-08-13 12:51:03
2014-08-13 12:51:03

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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