The No. 14 was manufactured from 1906 to 1910. It has a one-piece stock and an 18" barrel. Company name will include the "A&T" or "Arms & Tool". The No. 14 1/2 was manufactured from 1911 to 1941, has a two-piece stock and 20" barrel. Those made from 1911 to 1916 will be marked the same as the No. 14's and those made later will say "J. Stevens Arms Co." Between 1916 and 1920, the factory was owned by New England Westinghouse and used to produce military arms.
my grandmother has a j.stephens little scout 22long-rifle. the date on it is 1907. my grandfather told me that he could buy one for 2 and half dollars in 1907 out of a sears catalougue.
if there is a mark on the left above the trigger "SVG" it was produced by savage who made this Stevens model from the early 20's until it was discontinued in 1932...
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