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What is the age of a Stevens savage Model 124 12 gauge?

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2014-07-09 18:51:02
2014-07-09 18:51:02

The Stevens Savage Model 124 12 gauge shotgun was made from 1949 to 1954. The serial number will signify the actual year of manufacture.

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Contact customer service thru the website at Savage firearms. Stevens is owned by Savage.


The value for a Stevens model 124b 12 gauge shotgun depends on its condition. As of 2014 the average value for this gun in excellent condition is 175.00.


May not have one- not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968.



i do not know, but i have one too, it is a good gun i am curius of what is worth


It may not have one. SN's were not required until 1968.


The model 124 was manufactured from 1950 through 1956.


I can't find any reference to a Stevens mod 320 however if it is similar to their mod 124 (12 ga, bolt action, 3 shot box magazine, 1950's manufacture) then you will not find an extended magazine for this gun. Stevens never made a 5 shot magazine for this gun and no after market companies would either. A 12 ga pump with extended tube magazine is a better solution.


made 1947 to 1951 very neat gun some what hard to find in good shape the tenite stocks are often broken orcracked if you have one in good shape .with original tenite stocks (plastic it would be worth about 150 bucks. Note all of these guns had tenite stocks.The 124 and the deluxe 1244 were never equipped with wooden stocks from the factory


The address of the Montana Agate Museum Inc is: 124 4Th Ave N, Savage, MT 59262


I'm not to familiar with the 124, but I know that even in good, working condition they generally go for about 140 to 160 dollars. If you sold it as parts, depending on how much rust and mold there is, you could probably make 35 to 60 dollars. First of all, the Stevens 124 shotgun is not a semi auto, it is a bolt action despite what might appear in some of the popular gun reference books. It just happens to look somewhat like a semi automatic. If it is complete, it is probably worth a $100 even with some rust and mold. The stock is made of plastic (Tenite) so what might look like mold may come off with a decent household cleaner. I wouldn't use a petroleum based cleaner.


from what I could locate I believe your model 124 was manufctured in 1980


124/124 = 1 124/62 = 2 124/31 = 4 124/4 = 31 124/2 = 62 124/1 = 124


Yes, I have a model 124 - 6 SS case knife. Is it a scaler or gut spoon on the end and what is it worth


The multiples of 124 between 1 and 10 are:1 x 124 = 1242 x 124 = 2483 x 124 = 3724 x 124 = 4965 x 124 = 6206 x 124 = 7447 x 124 = 8688 x 124 = 9929 x 124 = 111610 x 124 = 1240


The Favorite series is composed of many different variations, some only differing in the sights. The #21 Ladies Model is actually quite rare, but is often confused with the #21 Bicycle Rifle. They are marked similarly, but the Ladies Model has a vernier tang sight, high grade walnut stock and a Swiss buttplate. Digital pictures would help. sales@countrygunsmith.net


90% of 124= 90% * 124= 0.9 * 124= 111.6


48% of 124 = 48% * 124 = 0.48 * 124 = 59.52


20% of 124= 20% * 124= 0.2 * 124= 24.8


42% of 124 = 42% * 124 = 0.42 * 124 = 52.08


6% of 124= 6% * 124= 0.06 * 124= 7.44


56% of 124 = 56% * 124 = 0.56 * 124 = 69.44


19% of 124 = 23.56= 19%/100% * 124= 19/100 * 124= 0.19 * 124= 23.56


50% of 124= 50% * 124= 0.5 * 124= 62


125% of 124= 125% * 124= 1.25 * 124= 155



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