need information on stevens-springfield model 37 410 shotgun
Made by Savage/Stevens. We have trigger guards.
Your gun was made between 1920 and 1948.
The Springfield J Stevens arms 20 gauge shotgun, barrel number 94B is valued at $175 in top condition. Fair condition value is $75.
The value of a 1914 Springfield double barrel shotgun made by J Stevens depends on its condition. This model in excellent condition is valued between 599.99 and 699.99 as of 2014.
The Springfield/Stevens model 67 shotgun dated from 1986-1989.
The front trigger opened the breach.
Try gunbroker. Pull up Stevens 56.
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
These shotguns were made from 1926-1945.Stevens did not keep records as to the year of production by serial numbers.
Stevens and Springfield merged with Savage. Check customer service at Savage arms.
Springfield was a trade name used by J Stevens Arms Co. The name was used by Savage after they bought Stevens in 1920 but it was discontinued in 1948.
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I have a single shot Springfield shotgun but there is no model number anywhere. It looks just like a the Stevens Model 94 and has several identical parts although I am not sure what series of the 94 it is.
I too would like some information regarding a 20 gauge J. Stevens Arms Company 'Springfield' double barrel shotgun, the only other markings are 5000 on the right side plate and a circled 22 near the trigger guard.
It is located on the left side directly above the trigger guard
model 94B Stevens plastic stock was mfg in 1950. Stevens uded letter code starting with A in 1949 until P in 1969.
First you have to determine what kind of "Springfield" you have. It could be a US military arm from the Springfield Armory dating to sometime before the Civil War or a new sporting arm from Springfield, Inc., but most likely it is a shotgun made by J. Stevens Arms or the Stevens Division of Savage Arms.
springfield 410 shotgun #3131
value of Stevens 20 guage model 94 F
The model 5100 Stevens shotgun has a plastic stock
Contrary to what some believe, Springfield Arms was never a subsidary company of Cresent Arms. Springfeild Arms, like Cresent Arms, were both bought out by Stevens/Savage. Unlike the Cresent, Springfield manufacturing continued after the buy out. Some clarification: Springfield Arms Co was absorbed by Stevens very early, before 1900. Stevens continued to use the Springfield name on certain models of shotgun. Savage absorbed Stevens around 1930 or so, and continued to use the Springfield name on into the 1980's, generally on guns sold to mass-marketers. Crescent Firearms was originally an independent manufacturer that was bought by the major wholesale HD Folsom, which also eventually was absorbed by Savage.
The Stevens doubles in .410 can reach over $500 in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org