Your Stevens Model 820B in 80% condition would probably fetch $80.00 to $100.00 at the right time. Most of the Stevens 22 calibers and shotguns were considered utility guns and do not hold a great attraction for the serious collector. They are a fine product with a long and proud history. Hang on to your J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. firearms. They will serve you well and when they need repairs the parts are available widely and at very reasonable cost.
Go to gunbrokers.com and do a search, it all depends on the condition of the bluing and wood.
I bought one in decent condition a few days ago for $100. The stock was in good condition, the receiver needed bluing touchup, and the triggerguard needed buffed and reblued
slow rust bluing, best done by a pro...Get a copy of 'shotgun news' at a major book store for gunsmiths that do that type of bluing...LC Smith shotguns are collectible...
The Sears Ranger 12 gauge model 102.25 was made by Stevens Arms Company and designed by Browning. 100% grade would put the value at approx. $200.00 if it was a Stevens. Less to some buyers if they are not attracted to the Sears marketing of the same gun. I personally think you would be safe at $150.00 for a nice used gun that has most of the bluing and the wood is in good condition. These guns are very trustworthy and are very dependable. A real shooters shotgun.
Regular style...plain wood stock...bluing etc....anywhere from 25 bucks to 175-200 bucks. It's all about condition.
AMOUT OF BLUING WORN OFF, CRACKS IN THE WOOD ETC. $250 IF IN GOOD CONDITION
Condition, condition, condition. Little Scouts (Model 14-1/2) bring between $75 for rough little guns to as much as $500 for ones with good bluing, bore and case colors. Usual on-line auction prices are between $125 and $200.
your winchester model 1894 pre-64 rifle is valued at between 500-600 dollars for a rifle in the condition that you describe.
I just bought one at a flea market for $80. It was in very good condition with the bluing at about 85%. I don't think they are a valuable piece (but I'm not a collector I bought it for plinking). I guess you can put a value on it according to condition and what a similar new .22 auto would cost. Hope this helps
The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
anywhere from $250 to $1200. a mildly used shotgun like the model 12 with no scratches and very good bluing that has a clean barrel would fetch about $$800.
value will depend on condition i.e, how good is bluing, wood, bore, etc, etc...... if average condition $300 to $400
it would depend on the condition of the gun ,the bluing the wood,the inside of the barrel the length, choke, functioning. a lot of variables. you could take it to several gunshows and see what they offer you and it would be worth some more than they offer you..
It depends on many factors. Condition, (scratches, bluing, useage), but in good condition, prices start @ $750, plus upward depending on CONDITION! jim...
Pending on your location and availability, low end is $300 and high end is $500 also depending on condition of the stock and bluing.
If it's in good condition, matching blade & scabbard and has a frog with the bluing intact on the blade. Easily 300-400$
Bluing, as it relates to firearms or metal in general, is a permanent surface treatment under ideal conditions. Poorly maintained bluing will fade or flake off. Bluing is a "form of rust", an oxide layer on the outside of the metal. You can remove it using various abrasives, but yes it is permanent.
1955 to 1962
There are several reasons bluing will not take on a gun. One is it stainless steel. Nope. Two is the bluing solution correct. If so, is the temperature correct, Brownells has bluing info for their solutions., follow these almost perfect. Also to be blued, it must be alloy steel. not pot metal, not cast, just steel. Don't get any brass, copper, zinc or lead in the bluing solution. lcjones
bought this revolver today seems to be in great condition
The condition of the rifle is key in determining value. Is the bluing on the receiver and barrel intact or completing gone? Is it in sound mechanical condition? Is the bore pitted or brite? Take the rifle in to a reputable gun dealer and determine a fair market value. Expect values to run between $200 and $500.
Gun Bluing is a chemical that is brushed or rubbed on the metal of the gun. It acts like a die. It can be purchased at most gun stores. The metal has to be stripped and cleaned first then the bluing is applied in even layers to make it darker.
First, you would need to find the part. Fortunately, we have it. As for bluing and woodwork, you need to realize you are 'restoring' a $75 gun. email@example.com