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What is the value of a 22 caliber J Stevens 26 Crackshot patented April 22 1913?


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2006-12-25 05:43:56
2006-12-25 05:43:56

A Stevens Model 26 "Crackshot" in .32 caliber was for sale on until the auction closed December 14, 2006. The only price indicated, $257.50 seemed to be the minimum bid specified by the seller.

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got qouted 400 euros for a mint condition crack shot 26

your model 26 crackshot is going for between 75-225 dollars depending on condition.

That's a patent date, not a manufacture date. The Standard Catalog gives a range of values from $125 in Poor condition to $275 in Excellent condition.

50-150 dollars based on the rifle having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.These crackshot rifles were made between the years 1913-1941.

Please ask a question. JM Brownings first patented pistol is the FN model 1900 patented on April 20, 1897 a .32 caliber automatic pistol.

April Stevens was born on April 29, 1936.

April Stevens is 75 years old (birthdate: April 29, 1936).

If in very good condition, maybe 300 to 400 dollars. (my opinion).

Radar was patented by Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt in April 1935.

I have a Crack Shot 26 and found several places online with them for sale. The value seems to range from $125 - $225 for one in "good" condition. I have seen one posted for $350. Of course, that auction ended with no bids on the rifle. Other sites estimate the rifle to be worth between $225 and $350, again, depending on the condition. These rifles were manufactured from 1912 - 1939.

Try Numrich Arms ( Look for parts for a Stevens 311 shotgun. They should be the same.

April Stevens was born on April 29, 1936.

Scott Stevens was born on April 1, 1964.

Rachel Stevens was born on April 9, 1978.

Forerunner of the 5100 series which evolved into the Savage/Stevens 311. Stevens made a LOT of double-shotguns with varying designs over the years. Depending on condition, yours would bring $200-$350 at retail.

Condition is the key factor, Even in good shape not that much 180.00 at the most

I have one that says it was patented April 22, 1913. So, I would assume it was manufactured shortly after that. I don't know the value. I do know it's the first .22 I ever owned / shot (it was already very used then; 30 years ago) and it stills fires. Although it will fire, mine is oiled and sits in a closet waiting to be handed off to another generation. I don't know what it would be worth if it were appraised.

That's April 17 1894. It is a version of the Stevens Favorite boy's rifle. Value ranges from under $100 for beat-to-hell to several hundred for really nice original condition.

Should be one of the many different models of Boy's Rifle made by Stevens. Would need to know a lot more specifics, exact markings other than the patent date, and above all else condition.

Stevens made many different models of rifle during that time period. Any way you can tell us which model you have? Or caliber?

John Paul Stevens was born on April 20, 1920.

Inger Stevens died on April 30, 1970 at the age of 35.

Rachel Stevens is 39 years old (birthdate: April 9, 1978).

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