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What is the value of a Stevens Crackshot 26 22 caliber long rifle made on April 22 1913?

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2006-04-24 03:15:12
2006-04-24 03:15:12

That's a patent date, not a manufacture date. The Standard Catalog gives a range of values from $125 in Poor condition to $275 in Excellent condition.

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