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What is the value of a Stevens model 5000 shotgun?

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2006-02-11 09:42:32
2006-02-11 09:42:32

The model 5000 was introduced in 1931. Same gun was produced at least until the 1980's, but designated 5100 in 1941 and model 311 in 1948. It is probably identical to some gun still being manufactured under the Savage name. These guns are nothing flashy, but a well-built, dependable double barrel. Value will depend on it's condition, but since there is no collector value, it will be mostly dependent on useability. It should be examined by an experienced gunsmith, and if he gives his approval, it should be worth $200-$250. Of course if it is broken/rusted/wornout, it's probably only worth $20 as a parts gun.

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Savage/Stevens Model 5000 very much a model 311

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Most likely Stevens they did make a model #5100

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The Model 311 is essentially the same as the Model 5100 which was identical to the Model 5000 which was really no different than the double barrel shotguns being produced by Crescent Fire Arms before that company was bought by Stevens.

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Ranger was a trade name sold by Montgomery Wards. The Model 5000 was made by J. Stevens Arms from 1931-1941.

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"5000" is the Stevens model number, not a serial number. It was marked with the trade name for Shapleigh Hardware in St Louis around 1930. Value as either a decoration or a shooter would be $150-$250. A little more if like-new and a lot less if a basket-case.

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Not sure of the question, but the Model 5000 was a utility double shotgun made in the 1930's. Value is going be as a shooter, so it should be checked over by a competent gunsmith first. Assuming all is well, $200-$300 depending on condition, with smaller gauges bringing more than the 12ga. .410 can bring over $500 in excellent condition. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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The Model 5000 would be a Stevens and the Ranger name was sold by Montgomery Ward. This model was made c. 1923-1932.

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Is that the serial # or model #? I have one marker 19HF on all separate parts. My thought was that is the model. But my other id # is 5000, so what are the odds we have the sane gun model 1oo units apart?... Value is $150-$250 depending on condition. Less if it is broken or rusted and a little more if like-new. The 5000 and 5100 are not serial numbers. I'll bet my JC Higgins 16 gauge looks just like your guns and it is also numbered 5100. Stevens introduced the Model 5000 (in 1923 or 26, depending on which reference you believe), changed the model number to 5100 in 1931, and then to 311 in 1941. This gun was manufactured until 1989. The Springfield name was discontinued in 1948.

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Depending on the condition of the firearm, it can be worth up to $5000 to collectors.

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In good condition about $5000 dollars.

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I have a 20 ga with a serial number within 800 of the serial number listed of 19067. The way to date this is by the letter in front of the serial number. On my shotgun the letter is C. C = 1951, B =1950 and A=1949. Stevens began the lettering system in 1949. Since my shotgun is within 800 I would expect the shotgun listed should have a letter assigned to it. If not then the shotgun is made prior to 1949. I would also like to know the value mine is in exc condition and has nil wear on the lock I have not found the model 5000 listed in any of the gun catalogs or trader magazines. The Model 5000 was made circa 1921-1931. About 1931 the model number was changed to 5100 and about 1941 it was changed to 311. Most references consider all three to be the 311. The letter code mentioned in the previous answer was marked with a number and a letter in a circle on the bottom of the frame between the trigger guard and the hinge.

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It was manufactured by J Stevens between 1920 and 1948. There should also be a model number on the right side - probably 5000, 5100, or 311. Value will be $150 to $250, depending on condition.

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50-5000 or more depending on the model

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It's a Stevens manufactured for Montgomery Wards. Model 5000 was introduced in 1926 and manufactured into the 1930's when it was re-designated Model 5100 and around 1940 became the Model 311.

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Depending on condition, it should be worth about $200 to $500 in 2012. Typically, these sell for about $250--$450 in good, clean shootable condition.

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Are you sure there isn't a model number on the right side of the receiver, 5000, 311, 215? There are no serialation lists for Stevens Arms, but with a model number it can usually be narrowed down to a couple of decades. Without one, I can only say it was between 1920 and 1948.

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I'm pretty sure if you lay it side by side with a Stevens 5000, 5100, and 311 you'll find it is identical to one of them. Useable Stevens doubles sell for $150 to $200 and some people will pay as much as twice that for the 410s.

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50-5000 or more depending on what model you are talking about

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Made for Sears Roebuck by Stevens. There may be a model number on the right side of the receiver (most likely 5000, 5100, or 311) or a Sears product number on the barrel (101.6?) which could give an approximate date.

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100-5000 depending on the EXACT model. Normal range 100-400

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5000 is a numerical value.

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This particular model from research on mine personally,informs me it is a .44 ga shotgun. Produced from 1914 to 1916. "featherweight#101" About 5000 made. I cant seem to vind a good value calculator. I have seen some go for 900.00 and a couple go for under 200.

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The model number should be stamped near the patent date. I would guess it is probably a 5000, 5100, or 311 (all the same gun but different years of production). If it were a collectable, re-finishing would dimish the value, but since it's not, it will be valued as a shooter. Probably $200-$250 at retail.


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