I own one myself. It used to be an automatic weapon, was used in training for the military in World War II. Made in the 40's (approx 43-48)as far as I can tell styled after the Marine Core practise rifle. Unique thing about it is that although the rifle seems to be updated for semi automatic use, a good chunk of the original automatic firing mechanism is still there. So when you go to pull the trigger, if you hold the trigger the breach will stay open. In other words if you don't release the trigger after firing, the breach will stay open. This lets out to much gas and the load mechanism fails making it jam (most of the time). This can be fixed by using it like a service rifle and pulling the trigger quickly, then releasing quickly, this way there is enough gas to load the chamber for semi auto fire. Also it has the M1 style front bead with those "wings" on either side of it to keep it protected (reminders of its Marine Core history). If you purchased this firearm I recommend you take heed what I mentioned about the trigger locking, and take it into consideration. Other then that, the gun is very accurate, especially on single shot mode (lever depressed in when closed), and is a very good gun. This particular one was my grandfathers father, so my great grandfathers, who was in action during WW II. When it was made into civilian model it was one of the first guns he bought upon returning home. Hope this helps.
Almost all of the above information is incorrect. Better info can be found at: http://parallaxscurioandrelicfirearmsforums.yuku.com/forums/77
The Springfield Model 84 was made by J. Stevens Arms Company, Chicopee, Mass.
Yes, I believe it was. I have a Model 53-B (single shot .22LR) and it says on the barrel 'SPRINGFIELD MODEL 53-B, Manufactured by J. Stevens Arms Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A.'
I have had mine since 1965.
The Stevens/Springfield single-shots routinely bring under $100 at retail. email@example.com
I have a Springfield model 87a. 22 short an long rifle automatic. It was made by j. Stevens firearm co in Chicopee falls mass USA. Can I get a parts catalog for it an when was it made
$75 in top condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
.22 bolt action rifle, obsolete. email@example.com
I suspect you are confusing a patent date marking with a model number. What are the other markings on the gun? firstname.lastname@example.org OK. The best we can do is narrow it to the 1930's. No factory records exist. This was after the Savage takeover, and Stevens was still producing guns in the Chicopee Falls plant. They used the Springfield name as a value-brand.
need information on stevens-springfield model 37 410 shotgun
Look up J. Stevens model 56
It is the same as a springfield 511 of Springfield, Savage & Stevens
The Stevens "Springfield" Model 83 was manufactured from 1935 to 1939. Value is between $40 to $75.
The stevens model 84C was produced from 1936-1945 in the amount of 99,500 guns.
AnswerModel 56 or 056 is a .22 bolt action repeater that has a clip magazine. Model 55 or 055 is the same rifle but single shot only.A good source for history and manufacturing date ranges for different Stevens firearms is: http://www.gunvaluesboard.com/firearms-reference-file-stevens-323.html. A good source for parts is http://www.gunpartscorp.com/. Hope these help you find what you need!
what is the value
The Stevens 311 was marked as model 5000 from about 1920 to 1931, then 5100 until 1941. Most references just list the 311 as if it had the same model number for the entire production period.
$75-$200 depending on condition
Most Stevens shotguns have a model number on the right side of the receiver (5000, 5100, 3xx, 2xx). If the company name is marked "J. Stevens Arms Co", it was made after 1920 when Stevens became a division of Savage. Sometime in the 1940's the "J" was dropped. Riverside shotguns were made by Stevens. I'm not sure when they started and stopped using this name, but a Riverside hammergun should be the Model 215 which was produced from 1913-1932. The Model 215 hammergun was sold as the Springfield-Stevens from 1930-1932. On the left side of the receiver is: Springfield manufactured by J.S. Stevens Arms Company Chicopee Falls, Mass. USA Pat. Feb. 10-1914
Springfield was a trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms division of Savage Arms from about 1920 to 1948. Savage-made firearms marketed under the Springfield brand name were prevalent at least into the 1960's. The Chicopee Falls marking on this shotgun indicates manufacture between 1946 and 1959. I have most, if not all, the Savage catalogs and factory parts manuals from 1920 forward and am having difficulty finding a '929' model... can you verify that model number? email@example.com
this is a misprint. It should be a model 75 rather than a 57 as it appears in the question.
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.