Try www.ammoclip.com or e-gunparts.com
It was manufactured by Savage/Stevens sometime between 1920 and 1948. THIS IS A MODEL 15, BOUGHT BY DAD, AND GAVE TO ME. I AM NOW 72
My Dad bought me a new 87B Stevens in 1954. Still have it. Bill D.
I cannot find a "Savage Model 59A" in any reference book - are you certain of the model number? There is a common Savage rifle, the Model 99A, which was chambered for .303, .30-30, or .300 Savage. The caliber markings will be on the barrel. If it is a .22 then it is almost always chambered for .22 Long Rifle. If it is chambered for .22 short, it will be marked as such. If in doubt, take the gun to a local gunsmith for a professional appraisal. The savage arms 59a is a bolt action 410 shotgun. Should have Stevens name on it above savage arms corporation.
I have a Savage Model 120 rifle; I would not sell the bolt but would consider selling the rifle with the bolt in it. My e-Mail is Webmaster@dairl.com
I am also looking for this answer. According to this web site (http://www.cornellpubs.com/Templates/Savage-1966.htm) it was listed in the 1966 savage catalog. It also came in a youth model, Model 73Y.
Savage model 87A
35-100 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
auctionarms.com sold one recently for 63 dollars.
I AM REQUESTING THE VALUE OF THE STEVEN MODEL 66B .22 LONG-SHORT RIFLE
That will depend on whether you are shooting short, long or long rifle ammunition.
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.