The Stevens model 240 over under shotgun is going for between 155 dollars for a specimen in 60% original finish to 275 dollars for a specimen in 95% original condition.
Your Stevens model 240 was made from 1940-1945.
They were produced from 1940-1945.
20,000 240's between 1942 and 1945. Originally had a tenite stock and forearm
Currently they are bringing between $200 - $400 depending on the condition.
The Stevens 240 is an over-under .410 with double hammers, double triggers and a Tenite (plastic) stock and forearm, modified and full choke. It was made from 1940 to about 1948. Values in 2005 seem to range from the mid-$300s to upwards of $500 for good to excellent specimens. Gunshow prices have really been going up for these guns.
This is a single shot rifle- it holds 1 cartridge at a time.
The Stevens model 240 O/U .410 shotgun was only made for 3 years; 1939 thru 1941. Here in the Midwest they are selling for $600- $1000 depending upon condition. This of course does not include a very poor condition parts gun etc. Jim
50-240 depending on specifics
Yes, the Stevens Model 240. This was an over/under model made by Savage Arms. The Riversides Arms Company also made a double barrel .410 in the early 1900's,
The value of your Winchester model 1500xtr shotgun is between 160-240 dollars,for a gun with between 60%-95% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.
The only barrels that will fit the Winchester model 120 are all model 1300 winchester barrels,and most model1200 Winchester barrels.So the answer to your question is No.
ABOUT $1500. depending on exact model, condition, scope, etc,
Value of used savage 240 series p?
I can't find this model number, but that form of the company name was used from 1920 until 1948, and a 410 double will bring $200-$300, depending on conditon.
It's a Montgomery Wards model made by Winchester hence "W" In fact it's a Winchester Ranger 1400 Value in mint condition with all 3 choke tubes $350.00
It is 240 miles according to Google Maps.
The values you state are two different values. KVA is the value of voltage times amperage times 1000. The voltage value of 240 volts is just 240 volts. If you have an amperage it can be applied to the first equation to find the KVA value.
If you mean when the 240 replaced the 244 then I believe in the UK it was 1982 on a Y plate. If you mean when the 240 replaced the 144 then I believe it's 1974.
Value???the value is between 300. & 550. IF YOU CHECK ANY AUCTION SITE THIS GUN IN BLUE GOES FOR $240-$350 WITH A ROUND BARRELWITH OCTOGON BLUE GOES FOR $500-600
Model 4875 is a 1960s-70s era clock and value is determined by the person bidding. The movement alone can be $240. Cosmetics are very important. My feeling is the price could have a $500 dollar range around $800