The stevens Model 35 offhand shotgun(even though it is listed as a pistol) was made during the years 1923-1935 in .410 gauge.I do not have a model production breakdown by years with serial numbers though.Maybe savage/stevens might have more info at the savage arms web site?It would be worth a try.
The Stevens Model 35 rifle was only made between 1980 and 1984 approximately... not a lot of data available. The value would be based on condition and completeness. I have 1 and I wouldn't take $200.00 for it
35-100 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
Price guide is from 35 to 100 depending on the condition it was produced between 1969 and 1972. if it is in good codition you should get between 60 and a 100.
Made sometime from 1926 to 1945 by Stevens division of Savage Arms. Worth $35 to $90, depending on condition. Rarity? Maybe not too many with the Wards name on it, but Stevens made almost a million of the same model.
I have one and I would not sell it for less then$500.00
Stevens model 66A
No it's a centerfire, .35 remington.
I am not sure about the "Buckhorn" part, but if it is the same as the Stevens (part of Savage Arms) 52B S-L-LR .22 caliber single shot bolt rifle it should date to the mid-1930s. This firearm was also sold by Montgomery Ward as a Western Field model 36. (To make things confusing, the Western Field model 36 referred to both a rebranded Stevens model 52B-62-83N and a rebranded Mossberg model 10. The Mossberg 10 was made 1933-35.) The 1934 Stevens parts catalogue includes the Stevens model 52B (see http://www.cornellpubs.com/Templates/StevensParts1934.htm), as does the 1938 Stevens parts catalogue. The Stoeger 1939 World's Fair Issue Gun and Sports Catalogue does not include the 52B, but does list the Stevens Buckhorn models 53, 56, 66, and 76. The website www.e-gunparts.com lists the component parts of the Stevens model 52B under the heading "Savage, Fox, Springfield, and Stevens." All of these were brand names used by the Stevens company.
I got a magazine for a Model 23A from bob's and he advertises magazines for 23Bs. 23Cs and 23Ds.Bob's Gun ShopPo Box 200 Royal AR 71968Phone 9 to 4 Central Time (501) 767-1970 WeekdaysGo to:http://www.gun-parts.com/index.html/Then select Savage/Stevens Rifles from the list. Half way down the page you will see this:SAVAGE STEVENS MAGAZINESSavage/ Stevens/ SpringfieldClick to Enlarge Picture#1 Standard 22 LR 5 Shot.....................$25#2 Standard 22 LR 10 shot...................$30#3 Any Model Canadian Below.Canadian Backordered until AprilStev 62 Canadian.10 Rd...Net.22 Lr.....$30Stev 64 Canadian..10 Rd...Net..22 Lr...$30Stev 954 Canadian.10 Rd..Net.22 Lr....$30#4 1903,1906,1909..8 Rd...22 Lr...........$35#5 Savage 19.NRA..............7 Rd..22....$35#6 1922 .22 LR.......5 Round...............Out#7 Savage .22 MAGNUM...4 Rd.........$357A Magnum not shown 8 Round..........$45#8 Model 23A .22 LR Not shown.........$35#9 Model 23B .............5 Rd....25/20....$35#10 Model 23C.............5 Rd....32/20....$35#11 Model 23D.......5 Rd...22 Hornet...$35Order per their instructions.
35-100 dollars depending on overall condition.
Ranger was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck from the 1920's until the 1940's or 50's. My cross reference shows the model 35A was a Stevens Model 66A, so you might be able to get parts from Savage (savagearms.com). Another possible source is Numrich (e-gunparts.com). the ranger Mod 35 was made by savage mod 52B 1933-1937 E-Gunparts.com
The model 35 was the Wards branded version of the Stevens model 520. An early 1900s John Browning design built by Stevens and dropped prior to WWII.
The Model 35 (no letters behind 35) was made 1935-1937. Value will depend on condition and completeness. Can range from $70 for poor condition to $150-$200 for excellent.
the ranger Mod 35 was made by savage mod 52B 1933-1937 E-GunParts.com
You are probably thinking of a Stevens model 520
Your shotgun was made for Belnap by the firm Savage arms Company.These were listed under 2 models,first the Savage model 947B,second the Springfield model 947.Both shotguns are the same identical shotgun as yours.The value will range from 35-110 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
I'm looking to buy a Steven's Auto Shot tip up or #35 in .410. If you have one to sell send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
My information indicates that stevens made 2 number 35 pistols.The first was a number 35 target single shot in .22LR,or .25rimfire caliber,with a 6,8,10,or 12 1/4 in barrel.These are valued at between 165-265 dollars based on the pistol having between 60%-90% original finish with a good bore.The other model was the number 35 off-hand shotgun.this was in .410 guage smoothbore caliber,with a 8,or 12 1/4 in barrel.These are valued at between 125-250 dollars.the first model was made from 1907-1939.The second model was made from 1923-1935.
The stevens model 35 off hand shotgun was made between the years 1923-1935.
Go to the Springfield Armory web site. Email them the question if you can't find the answer on their web site. * The Springfield Armory won't know anything about a Stevens/Savage rifle manufactured 1933-1939. Look for this .22 single shot S-L-LR bolt action rifle as a Stevens 52B (Springfield was used for a time as a brand name by Stevens/Savage, as was Fox, so it may also show up under those names). It was also sold house branded as a (Montgomery Ward) Wards Western Field model 36. (However, Montgomery Ward also sold the Mossberg model 10 as a Western Field model 36; the Mossberg 10 was made 1933-35.) The Stevens model 52B is included in the 1934 Stevens parts catalogue; it is not included in the Stoeger 1939 Worlds Fair Issue Gun & Sports Catalogue (although the Stevens models 53, 56, 66, and 76 are).
It is most likely that Marlin made the Ranger 22 Model 35. Some other companies like Stevens also produced this model, but Marlin made the majority of them.