That is not a model number, but is likely the serial number. Unless you have a Model 620 US marked Trench Gun, Stevens pump shotguns have little collectors value.
The Model 620 was produced from 1926-1945. firstname.lastname@example.org
50-250 USD or more depending on specifics
Check the receiver and barrel.
stevens model 620
what is the value
$75-$200 depending on condition
Need a detailed description of ALL markings, finish and overall condition
I am presently looking at buying a model 620 pump and have found the manufacture dates to be approximately 1927 to 1954. Good solid guns. At least the one I am looking at is. All machined parts, no stampings at all.
Try searching for a Savage model 620A or Stevens 620 stock on ebay, or gunbroker.com. The model M060 Westernfield is a Stevens 620, while a Westernfield model 60 is the Savage 620A
It's a Stevens 620.
Did you push the little button next to the safety?
what year was model 620- serial# 11240 made
The 620 was the original production run, the same gun with minor variations would be the second run and there for the -A. I have a Savage model 1899. This gun was run all the way up to 1899-M
This is really a Stevens / not Browning. These usually sell for $125-$300 depending on condition
Looking atThe GunDigest Book of Firearms Assmbly and Disassembly, it appears that western Field Model 30 SB562A is the same as a Stevens Model 520 which was made from 1915 to 1930. Very similar models of Stevens (620 and 621) were made from1927-1953. My best bet on Western Field is that it is either a Model 620 or 621. The 520 was also sold as a Sears "Ranger' model so Western Field was probably a 620 or 621. the cross reference for the SB620A Westernfield is the 620 Stevens. Check it out on http.//www/e-gunparts.com/crossref.asp
Poor stampings lead people to believe the model is a C20-A when it's really a 620-A. Values are $200 in excellent condition and $75 in poor condition.
100-300 US dollars
evidently a misprint, may be worth something to a collector.