Not if they were manufactured prior to 1969.
The Savage 820 model is an older gun that was made long before the current accessories. No one ever made any after-market accessories for this model, it is not noted the year of manufacture.
around 100- 150 bucks if its really nice
In average condition about $125.00- spaceavenger
No Model 8205. There WAS a Model 820B. email@example.com
I have found three model 820b 12 gauges that were sold at auction. The true value of any item is whatever someone is willings to pay. All 3 sold for an identical $150. The market seems to be steady!!
I beilieve 1952-1953.
Your Stevens Model 820B in 80% condition would probably fetch $80.00 to $100.00 at the right time. Most of the Stevens 22 calibers and shotguns were considered utility guns and do not hold a great attraction for the serious collector. They are a fine product with a long and proud history. Hang on to your J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. firearms. They will serve you well and when they need repairs the parts are available widely and at very reasonable cost.
i have a stevens 12 gauge 820b and iam wondering if i can use steel shot in it the guy i baught it from said it couldnt
this firearm was built around the mid-to late-60's
Not unless you do it poorly. It's not a collectable firearm, so it's value is in it's utility, not it's originality.
o You need to find a gunsmith
Try e-gunparts.com, local gun shop, gun shows, want ads. or numrick they have schematics along with the parts list.
you do not operate choke chokes have different settings for different shot spread and pattern you can change this if the gun has changable chokes if changable the choke screws off and you screw different choke on Yes you do operate this choke, I own one.! It has markings on side. Its what is called a poly choke You can crank it closed for Full choke or twist it open Hope this helps
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Your best bet would be to visit the site of Numrich Gun Parts Corp.If it is out there,they would have it.They may be found on the web.
Hawthorne was sold through Montgomery Wards. The 820b is actually a Mossberg 320b sold under the Hawthorne trade name. Book value is $20 to $100 US, but they are great little rifles.