According to other internet sources, the J Stevens company made the Model 82 from 1935 to 1939 only. My sample is amazingly accurate with Eley Match .22 long rifle ammunition. It only weighs 4-1/2 lbs and just feels right in the hands. - CW
The Stevens "Springfield" Model 83 was manufactured from 1935 to 1939. Value is between $40 to $75.
model 94B Stevens plastic stock was mfg in 1950. Stevens uded letter code starting with A in 1949 until P in 1969.
I have had mine since 1965.
No way to know without a sn. If no sn, no way to know.
Its hard to say what the exact age and/or value would be. J. Stevens Arms Co. began producing the Model 15 springfield in 1938. It retailed in the Sears and Roebuck catalogue for $3.18. In really good condition it is probably worth about $100.
The stevens model 82 was made by stevens between 1936-1937.there was a total production of 35,500 guns made during that time span.
Your gun was made between 1920 and 1948.
The Stevens model 52b dates to the mod-1930s. Stevens is the same company as Savage, and also sold rifles under the name Springfield (not to be confused with the Springfield Armory military rifle maker) and shotguns under the name Fox. The model 52b was also sold by Montgomery Ward under the Wards house brand "Western Field" as a model 36. To confuse matters, Wards also sold the Mossberg model 10 (very similar to the 52b) as a Western Fields model 36.
It was manufactured by Savage/Stevens sometime between 1920 and 1948. THIS IS A MODEL 15, BOUGHT BY DAD, AND GAVE TO ME. I AM NOW 72
I'd bet that is 311A instead of 3114. Savage/Stevens re-named the Model 5100 as the 311 series about 1942 and discontinued the Springfield name in 1948. Depending on condition, it should be worth between $150 and $250.
Your springfield model 1898 was produced in 1899.