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What is the value of a Stevens Buckhorn 22 Model 66B that does not have a pat No?


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2014-10-07 02:15:39
2014-10-07 02:15:39

Retail value on your gun in good or better condition would range from $75 to $125 depending on mechanical and bore condition, remaining original wood and metal finish. The Model 66B was made from about 1934 to 1948.and was a lower priced version of the Savage Model 5.

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Prior to the gun control act of 1968, there was no requirement in the US for gun manufacturers to place serial numbers on firearms (though many did anyway). The Stevens 66B was a relatively inexpensive .22 rifle, and has no serial number. My experience with the 66B has been very positive, however, and I think you will find it a joy to shoot.

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The Stevens/springfield 66B rifles were made from 1935-1948.The slightlybetter grade 066 was produced at the same time,being diferentiated by a peep/aperture sight on the receiver and a hooded front sight.This rifle should not be confused with its numerical predesessor the Stevens No.66which was made from 1931-1935. The older rifle used,if pictorial evidence is factual, a different bolt,also ,the older No.66 had finger grooves on the forearm and the newer 66B and 066 had a black forearm tip painted on which is usually quite faded and worn,This black tip was on a number of other Stevens/Springfield models and "house"brands made by them such as Sears "Ranger" and others.The lack of Serial No.'s makes it hard to date any closer but a knowledgeable collector may know of ways to tell.


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