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What is the value of a J Stevens Little Scout 22 long rifle Model 14 1-2 without the Savage Arms Co mark as with later models and how can you get the firing pin repaired?

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September 19, 2014 8:46PM

The Little Scout Model 14-1/2 was made from 1911 to around 1941.

It followed the Little Scout Model 14 (one-piece stock, 1906-1911).

The lack of the Savage mark probably won't affect the value much.

Condition is everything. I have about a dozen 14-1/2s and have paid

as little as $75 to as much as $175, and I've seen really nice

examples with asking prices exceeding $500; they never seem to sell

at that elevated level. Most 14-1/2s on the auction boards go from

$100 to $200. Any gunsmith with a lathe could turn a firing pin;

the pin is simple and easy to replace. Some on-line parts sellers

may have the pins, too, and you can replace it easily yourself by

tapping out a small pin that holds it in place.


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