A version of the 'Favorite' series of boy's rifle, either the #14 or #14 1/2. In mint condition they can bring $400 plus, but in typical condition less than half that. email@example.com
10-100 USD or so
You can check with Numrich on their website as gunpartscorp, but this rifle has been out of production for many years, and parts are NT commonly available- sorry.
Depends on originality and condition. Most of these rifles were used and abused, since the target demographic was teenage (or younger) boys. Typical Little Scout rifles sell in the $150 range. Truly mint examples are very rare and would reach over $400. firstname.lastname@example.org
it is 1907
This is a very common .22 made by Stevens as a boys rifle. Discontinued in 1932, tons were made, however they were also abused. The value depends on its condition and age. The older and better shape the more its worth. In excellent condition. No rust, no dings or dents and still shoots, operates and looks good it should fetch $300.00 or more. Start deducting from there for cosmetic issues. If parts are missing its only value will be for spare parts...
This was a version of the stevens favorite model single shot rifles.Your stevens model little scout was the model 14 1/2.these were made from 1909-1936.They came with either a 18in.or a 20in barrel,and a rolling breech block action with iron sights.I hope this helps?
little scout 22 caliber longnrifle July 2 07.
The Stevens Little Scout came in two varieties -- the Model 14 with a one-piece stock and the later Model 14-1/2 with separate buttstock and forearm. The Model 14 is quite rare and brings $150 on up, depending on condition. The Model 14-1/2 is much more common. Guns in average condition can be found for as little as $100; specimens in excellent condition can carry asking prices as high as $500. A typical gunshow price in 2005 is in the neighborhood of $175 to $275.
I *think* that is a Remington model 12, if it's a pump that's it. However value is greatly influenced by condition, condition, and condition which isn't described.
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I heard a few rifles from 1917 and 1915 that sold for about $1,000
The general price range online is $150-$175 usd. Randy
There have been 21, the 22 World Scout Jamboree will be held on the 27th of July through the beginning of August.
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Google 1917 eddystone, then find the link for us military rifles then type in your serial number you can get the month and year of manufacture of the rifle action. it should be July 1918 for the serial number you provided. don't know much about price. hope this help a little
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What kind, July 21902? What's that?