Well, there are 17 different models of the Stevens Favorite listed in the Standard Catalog of Firearms. Except for the 1st Model (has a removable sideplate) and the Ladies Model (checkered walnut stock and Swiss buttplate), the suggested values in NRA Good condition range from $150 to $250. Some versions were made from 1893 to 1939, others were introduced and discontinued at various times during that period. You might want to find a copy of the Catalog or Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms to determine exactly which model you have.
The value of a J Stevens Arms 22 LR with Octagon barrel would depend on a couple different things. The most important being the condition.
J Stevens A. & T. Co. S/N 39901 .22 cal
Generally under $100. email@example.com
Made for Pioneer Stores by J. Stevens, it is likely a .22 LR.
crack shot 26 questionam searching for value of a crack shot26 long rifle by j. Stevens arms and tools chicopee falls mass usa pat. date April 22,1913
Going to depend on what model it is, and in what condition. Anywhere from $50-$350. firstname.lastname@example.org
Try online at Numrich Gun Parts
The value is $100.00 dollars to $250.00 in prestine condition. Flaws and damage take away from value-scratches and chips-etc.
value of a model 1915 22 long rifle, snw465 or 466 j stevens arms company
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. email@example.com
My Springfield model 83 ( J Stevens) is stamped 22 Short, Long and Long Rifle on Barrel. If yours is as well, then yes, it would fire LR rounds.
The value of a 1905 J Stevens 22 single shot rifle is between $100 and $500 depending on the condition. These rifles were commonly used for small game hunting and target practice.
before 1955 gun under 100 in value did not need serial numbers
$50-$100 Depending on the condition.
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J Stevens Arms & Tool Co was the barrel marking used from 1886-1916, so that's as close as we can get without knowing the model of the rifle. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Stevens Marksman was manufactured by J Stevens Arms between 1911-1930. Most Stevens .22's were not serial numbered, so an exact age will be hard to determine. I recently purchased one in .22 lr. at a Gun Show and have been quite impressed with its accuracy even with a slightly pitted bore. Stevens rifles are a joy to own and shoot providing they remain in safe condition after years of abuse by their former owners (often a boys first rifle in the early 1900's).
It depends on the model and condition. The most common models, the 1894 and 1915, bring from less than $100 to as much as $500, with ones in NRA "good" condition averaging in the $150 to $250 range.
when was this model first madeI am told by my local gunsmith, they were made from 1930-33. His guess on the value is apx. 270-285 depending on condition.
NUMRICH has them. I just purchased two for my model 84. Work fine.