The value of a 1913 Steven 12 gauge single shot nitro special depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 75.00 and 100.00 as of 2014.
What is the value of a Stevens model 940b 16 gauge single shot? And when was it made?
Ithaca Gun Co. manufactured your Lefever Nitro Special in 1940.
I WANT TO KNOW WHAT STEVENS 12 GAUGE SINGLE BARREL NITRO SPECIAL BETWEEN THE YEARS 1900-1910 IS WORTH? ALSO PARTS NUMBER 13DD INSIDE NUMBER 773 NO SERIAL NUMBER FOUND? PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN THANKS GUN COLLECTOR
The best that I can do is say that the Lefever Nitro special was made from 1921-1948.
I have an original 16 ga. nitro special made by Lefever. The sight bead is one eighth if an inch in diameter.
I think that it was 1929.
It is found under the breach below the barrel
Falls Arms guns were made by the J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company c. 1886-1916. "Nitro" would indicate that it was manufactured for the new smokeless powder shells, so it would have been made no earlier than the late 1890s.
My dad and I bought a Stevens Mod. 940 single shot 16 gauge at a hardware store in 1950. model # 940
The Springfield name was used by Stevens from 1920 to 1948.
299250-299999 were manufactured in 1935.
Sorry, but you won't.
King Nitro was a trade name used by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louise on guns made by Crescent Firearms and J. Stevens Arms.
Is there any more to the name? Vorisek lists only single shot guns marked only "Nitro".
Made in 1924
The Lefever was mfg. in 1935.
Dave - Manufactured by the Stevens division of Savage Arms, sometime between 1920 and 1948.