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

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2007-12-10 22:09:50
2007-12-10 22:09:50

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.

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

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.

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

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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. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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