The Stevens model 89,22cal lever action single shot rifle was made in 1976-then discontinued.
one year 1976
The J Stevens Model 38A 410 lever action is valued at?æthree hundred and seventy five dollars and?æthe bore is in a good shape.
The Stevens 311 is a double barrel shotgun.
If we are talking about a lever action single shot ,22cal rifle,with a 18in barrel,and Martini style action?These savage/stevens model 89 rifles were made in 1976.
Stevens model 940
they only made them for one year 1976
No such model. There was a Model 49. Vary from 50-165 or so
AFAIK, there is no Winchester Model 90A. Is it a lever action, slide action, bot action, semi-auto or single shot? What caliber? What type and length of barrel?
Your model number should be posted on the rifle.If it has worn off do to age and handling then you have 4 choices.First if it is marked 30US.then you have a Model 1895 lever action rifle.Second if it is marked 30WCF,then you have a early model 1894 lever action rifle,or a model 55 lever action rifle.Last you could have a model 64 lever action rifle in 30-30 Win.
You must provide a model number. 100-400 USD
A model 1904 is a single shot bolt action rifle.
it was made approx. 1896-1916
The value of the Stevens .25 caliber lever action rifle varies quite a bit with its condition. This gun sells for about 300 dollars in good to excellent condition.
Would have to identify exactly which model Stevens rifle you have. Need ALL of the markings. And, condition is everything, so digital pictures would help. www.countrygunsmith.net
MODEL 49 INTRODUCED IN 1961 DROPPED IN 1976
Would depend on exactly which model, what features, and in what condition. Pictures would help. firstname.lastname@example.org
marlin,stevens,savage Answer 2 To the best of my knowledge Montgomery wards commissioned the rifles through other companies I own A model 895 22 caliber lever action And it is a commissioned Moseberg 402
The model 54 series was made from 1933 to 1942 according to the information in the Blue Book, but it does not indicate what type of firearm it was. The Standard Catalog says the No. 54 was a lever action single shot target rifle manufactured from 1897 to 1916. No matter which is right, a single shot bolt action .410 would probably bring less than $100.