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What is the age of a J Stevens Arms Co No 26 Crack Shot rifle?

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2004-12-07 18:51:49
2004-12-07 18:51:49

The No 26 Crack Shot was built from 1913 to 1939. That version of the company name was not used until 1920, when Stevens became a division of Savage Arms. Regarding a rifle stamped J. Stevens A. T. Co. Pat. 1794: The name J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co, (or A&T Co) was used from 1886 to 1916. That patent date (April 17, '94 is 1894, not 1794) appears on several models. Whichever model you have seen, it must have been made sometime between 1894 and 1916. Without knowing the model and condition, I can't give you a value. It could be $125 for a #12 in poor condition to $2800 for a #54 in excellent condition.

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