email@example.com has many parts and breakdown books for many Stevens rifles and shotguns.
The value of a J Stevens 22 cal nickel finish tip-up pistol is between $200 and $500 depending on its condition. These guns are easy to conceal but provide little firepower.
The exact value of a 32 Rimfire Stevens Tip Up Single Shot pistol made of brass with a steel barrel is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of those factors would be, the age and condition of the pistol.
There was an overwhelming number of models of Stevens Tip Up rifles made. Would have to get considerably more details and/or pictures to make a determination.
Dozens of calibers from .22 up through major hunting calibers.
Annie Oakley used a variety of rifles in her exhibitions. The Stevens she is associated with is one of the earlier tip-up variety, not sure of which model. She is also famously associated with the Model 1891 Marlin lever action, various Winchester models, and Parker shotguns. firstname.lastname@example.org
It sounds like you may have a Stevens Tip up pistol, but there is not enough information to give you a definite answer- and value is also driven by condition. You will need to visit a gun shop or gun show in your area for a better answer. Sorry-
Start with Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms. If you have any interest in old guns, it is well worth the $40 price tag, but your public library probably has a recent copy if you just want to read it once.
Up to $300 in excellent condition.
Yes: the 7 is a premier model. It looks like the a standard tip up model,except it has a wood fore stock. Very similar to the ladies model except with the heavier action.
you will have to do a web search on 44 shotshell ammunition.
That is Chicopee Falls, MASS, U. S. A.
What type action? Tip-up, lever, falling block, rolling block, bolt action? It could be any of several boys rifles or target rifles. Exactly how is the company name written on the gun? The "J. Stevens and Co" version was discontinued 8 years before the 1894 patent date on yours.
The value and age of a Savage Stevens model 311E will vary depending on the length of the gun and its condition. These guns were made in the 1960s and the 1970s and can sell for up to about $300 in excellent condition.
Made from 1939-1950 Lists Excellent at $350 Good at $250 and up Fair at $200 and up and Poor at $200 and below
I'm looking to buy a Steven's Auto Shot tip up or #35 in .410. If you have one to sell send me an email at email@example.com
Late 1930's, value up to $100. firstname.lastname@example.org
Made by Stevens. Value is up to $150-$175 in top condition. email@example.com
$85 on average. Up to around $100 in good condition.
With both company names, it would have been made sometime after 1948. If you find the Savage Arms website, there should be an address for the Stevens Historian. For $15 he will research a Stevens serial number (if your gun is numbered). Value will be $25 for a parts-gun up to $120 for one in excellent condition.
With that patent date, it should be one of the early "tip-up" rifles made from the 1870s through 1895, but "Arms and Tool" was only used from 1886 to 1916. There were several variations which range from $100 to $450 in Poor condition and from $350 to $800 in Excellent.
go to: gunsamerica.com or gunbroker.com look up Winchester rifles and look for model '73 and see what they are selling for.............
go to: gunsamerica.com bring up Winchester rifles and check condition and price of those listed.......................
Up to $125 in top condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
The model 235 was manufactured from 1912 to 1932 (no Stevens guns were made from 1916 to 1920). Value will range from $50 if beat-up and rusted to $300 if like-new and never fired. Most will trade for around $200. Answer With the advent of Cowboy Action Shooting - these have gone up in value --- a decent one will bring over $300.