3.130.513 mine has serial number A415478
Easy. It was made in 1929, hence the model number...
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
I have a single shot Springfield shotgun but there is no model number anywhere. It looks just like a the Stevens Model 94 and has several identical parts although I am not sure what series of the 94 it is.
My first shotgun was a springfield Model 67 around 1973-74. I dont know about the "E" but mine was a 20 gu shotgun
These were made between 1986-1989.
The value of a Springfield 20 gauge pump shotgun would actually depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and the condition of the shotgun.
need information on stevens-springfield model 37 410 shotgun
Springfield was a trade name used by Stevens/Savage c. 1920-1945. No relationship to the current Springfield Inc or the US Springfield Armory. What you have is a Savage Model 720 built under license from FN (Browning) They where also made by Remington with the Model 11 designation.
The Springfield 410 model 67b pump shotgun is valued at $200 in fair condition. In good condition, it is valued at $300.
I don’t have a 100% answer but I have my Late Brother‘ s Springfield. I know he had it since around 1970 or so. It was new at that time.
Pretty much almost impossible to tell the model just by the sn.
I paid $80 for mine...
The Springfield/Stevens model 67 shotgun dated from 1986-1989.
Savage began producing the Springfield Model 67 in the 1950s. It was a pump action budget grade shotgun that ceased production in 1989.
Look in the yellow pages for gunsmiths.
If its in good condition: $50-$75
Best to ask a gunsmith for help.
Savage.This is a recent made pump action shotgun that was made from 1986-1989.
This Shotgun was made by Stevens their model. 520. Made from 1930's to 1950'S Although the shotgun was Browning patent marked, it was not made by Browning.
I have a 12 Ga. sitting here saying springfield manufactured by J. Stevens arms company. If that helps ya any. It's a single shot that's really short with no searial number or model number.
The model number should be stamped near the patent date. I would guess it is probably a 5000, 5100, or 311 (all the same gun but different years of production). If it were a collectable, re-finishing would dimish the value, but since it's not, it will be valued as a shooter. Probably $200-$250 at retail.
your springfield model 1903 was made in 1920.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Springfield model 1873 rifle(actually a model 1884) was made in the year 1888.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Springfield model 1873 rifle was made in the year 1874.
your sears shotgun was made by savage arms.There model number was savage model 96.