The value of Stevens model 124b shotgun is about anywhere from 800 to 1600 dollars depending on the shape of the gun
Model 940a pore shape what is it worth
$ 300-$500 if it is Police model with 18" Barrel, in good shape...I got one...
If both the Stevens and Savage names are on the gun, it was made between 1948 and 1991. Model 258 is a double barrel, right? (don't have my reference book at hand) If so, if fully functioning and in decent shape, it should be worth around $250. The 258A is a bolt action Shotgun. The 258 is a bolt action shotgun manufactured between 1937-1965 with a two shell detachable box magazine. I would say that 250 is a reach. I would put it around $130.
Ranger shotguns were made by the Stevens Savage company. These shotguns generally bring a price of $300 to $400 in good shape.
Contact Savage Arms customer service thru their website. Savage owns the Stevens brand. Value will depend on exact model, but $200-$300 is about the going rate for utility grade doubles.
I Have Seen them at Gun Shows In Michigan For About $ 100.00 To $120.00 . AND THATS In fair Shape . How Many do you have ? firstname.lastname@example.org
$250 good to $350 Excellent condition. Not a special issue
in good shape they sell for about$300 to $500,open hammer pump shotgun
The Stevens Model 22/410 was made from 1939 to about 1950, when the gun became the Savage Model 24. In poor shape, it's worth maybe $125, in average shape between $200 and $300, and in great shape between $300 and $450 or $500. Condition means a lot to determine value.
If the gun is in mint shape around 250.00.
If your Wards western field is marked M080,then you have a Savage model 29&model 75.The model 29 was made by Savage from 1929-1967.these were a .22cal slide action rifle with a 22 in barrel in a octagon shape until 1940,and round shape after World War II.I believe that these were re introduced in the 1960,s as the Savage model 75.
about a hundy in good shape
It doesn't show in my blue book but I've seen 3 or 4 sell on the Internet "gunbroker" etc. for 275-300 in decent shape.
Mossberg or Savage? In any event, $150 if in good shape. email@example.com
it should be between $ 250 and 325 depending on what shape its in.
IN good shape about $150.00
90 - 120 bucks in nice shape.
if your 20 is in good shape,i hear about $700.00.i have one in bad shape but it is my favorite.
about $450 in good shape!!
The J Stevens Model 38A 410 lever action is valued at?æthree hundred and seventy five dollars and?æthe bore is in a good shape.
where I live the savage model 99,s are selling for between 400-600 dollars depending on overall condition and a bore that is in good shape.
i sold 67e 4/10 pump shotgun on 3/06 for $275.00 from late 50s payed $170.00 for gun 3 days before gun was in realy nice shape hope this will help
If both the Stevens and Savage names are on the gun, it was made between 1948 and 1991. Model 258 is a double barrel, right? (don't have my reference book at hand) If so, if fully functioning and in decent shape, it should be worth around $250. I just inherited one of the same. The fact that no one knows could be a good indication of the rarity of the item... Mine is well used, and abused, but was used by my dad and uncles, and therefore is worth much more to me than "the market price", what ever that may be. Lack of information doesn't necessarily mean it's rare, just that information on this particular model isn't readily available. This is typical for all Savage and Stevens arms, as the company changed hands many times during the 20th century and in the process many of the records and historical documents were either trashed, lost, or simply forgotten about. Most of the Stevens information you will find will be about the single shot rimfire rifles, while most Savage information will be about the Model 99 lever-action rifles as these are the most collectable arms produced by these two companies. The Savage Arms 258A I have seen is a 20 gauge bolt action clip feed shotgun. I also am trying to find information on it. 1936-1945. The Standard Catalog agrees with the first post - a double barrel boxlock. Actually, if we are in fact referring to the Stevens model 258A, I have one in my lap and it's a bolt-action, magazine fed 20 gauge, single barrel shotgun. I posted the first answer when I was away from my library. Intended to check my references and repost, but somehow didn't until it popped up on my watchlist again. The 1936-45 correct, but it is a bolt action worth $25 to $125 depending on condition.