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What is the value of a J Stevens 24 gauge single shot in VG condition Also approximatly when were they made?


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2006-03-07 22:55:39
2006-03-07 22:55:39

Most single shots are worth something less than the $90 needed to buy a brand new one. If it's really a 24 gauge, you have an odd-ball that might bring a few dollars more from a collector who really wants one of every possible size, but still probably would not break the $100 mark. 24 gauge guns were still listed in Stevens' 1936-37 catalog. The approximate age of a Stevens gun can be determined by the way the company name is marked. 1864 - J. Stevens & Co. 1886 - J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. 1916 - No Stevens guns were produced 1920 - J. Stevens Arms Co. 1948 - Stevens (usually accompanied by the Savage name) 1990 - Savage Arms discontinued the Stevens trademark. you could check auction arms or gun broker to see what they sell for


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