Stevens made two model crack shots 26 an 16. The 26 model was made from 1912 to 1939. Each of the models had a smoothbore feature that could be ordered and designation would the be 26 1/2. These guns in very good condition bring decent money but if average to fair condition they are around 1 to 2 hundred dollars. I you I got this information from someone else. My boyfriends father has a 26 crackshot that was April 22 1913 the same as yours and this is what we found.
1913 Remington MINT 750.00 U.S.
What is the value of a Stevens Arms 22-Long Rifle Pat. 1913.
I don't know, that's what I'm trying to find out?
Condition is the main factor in the value of your rifle, the value could be as low as 75.00 and as high as 450.00 in 90% condition. If the rifle has not been fired the value is up to the person bidding on it. Emmett Answer The Marlin 29 Slide-action repeater was made from 1913-1916. The above numbers should be the patent years so others could be sued if they copied it.
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.
This might be a model "F or E" 1906-1917 BB pump up rifle single shot. Very good condition = $195 Fair= $110 A model "G" is $5 less in value.
Sorry- not possible to answer with only that information. Aug 1913 is likely a patent date. Please repost your question listing ALL markings, and describe the gun- rifle, shotgun, handgun, caliber, etc.
The condition is the major factor of value. If the rifle is shootable and wood is clean, I guess $150.00 to $500.00. I just bought one at auction, I paid $190.00 and checking it by the book it is worth $350 or so. The other part is ammo. I have ordered 100 new casings to load out. Suppling ammo with the rifle will add to the value greatly. Factory ammo is availible. The condition is the major factor of value. If the rifle is shootable and wood is clean, I guess $150.00 to $500.00. I just bought one at auction, I paid $190.00 and checking it by the book it is worth $350 or so. The other part is ammo. I have ordered 100 new casings to load out. Suppling ammo with the rifle will add to the value greatly. Factory ammo is availible.
You would be better served by having a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.view your rifle and have a value assigned to it by the member.These rifles are very collectable and the value can range from a few hundred,to a few thousand dollars.Your rifle which was made in 1913 and was the 110th rifle made that year is a fine example of early Winchester quality manufacturing.
This might be a model "F or E" 1906-1917 BB pump up rifle single shot. It you state the condition of the rifle. I will try to give you an estimate of value. Give it a rationg like Poor, Fair, Good, Very good or Excellent.
I am assuming that you mean 1894 rifle,not 1884.Your rifle which was made in 1913 will bring between 450-2,000 dollars depending on the features present on your rifle,and the amount of original finish remaining.It would be better if you have this rifle examined by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.They would be able to give you a defined value of your Winchester model 1894 rifle.
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Value of any firearm is determined by make, model, condition, and originality. These were not high dollar guns, but there is a modest collector interest. Depending on condition, may be as low as $25, or as high as $200 for an excellent specimen. These are old enough that there is no set "blue book" value. PS- I said that after checking my copy of the Blue Book.
As you said- unknown. Value of any firearm is based on exact make, model, and condition. You gave us none of the 3.
50-150 dollars based on the rifle having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.These crackshot rifles were made between the years 1913-1941.
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AnswerIf broken parts are best way to sell/but if it shots 300 to 350 try to buy one any where.
That gun was made between 1905 and 1915. The best way to determine a current value for it would be to take it to a gunshop--not a retail store selling guns, but shop that sells nothing but new and used guns and gun accessories--and ask them to set a value on it for insurance purposes. Expect to be disappointed--it won't be much. TexasCharley
A general value would be between 175-900 dollars for a rifle showing between 10%-80% of its original finish remaining.Your serial number shows that your Winchester model 1906 pump action rifle was made in the year 1913.
Your Marlin model 29 slide action .22cal rifle which was made from 1913-1916 will bring between 150-300 dollars for a rifle showing between 50%-90% of its original finish and a decent bore.
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Your Winchester model 1892 rifle was made by Winchester in 1913.
What you undoubtedly have is a Model 12. The 1913 date you see is a patent date. 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.