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.
I have a crackshot 22 and I might be able to get a ejector made by a friend at work . if you would like me to ask him , let me know.meanwhile, DO NOT FIRE that rifle...a word of advice from a dummy,that did fire a gun without the ejector. it almost cost a trigger finger.
Depending on the date of manufacture, in excellent condition with no rust, no pitting, a bright bore, and original stock, maybe you could get $200 from a collector. If it is in fair condition (which most rifles 60 to 90 year old rifles are in) you might be able to talk someone at a gun show into giving you over $50.Go to www.gunbroker.com and check out how much similar rifles are selling for. Try typing in "stevens crackshot". I tried just a few minutes ago and no model 16s were for sale.
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try gunbroker.com they might have parts
Perhaps you might be refering to the Mississippi Revival by Ray Stevens?
We cannot tell from a serial number alone. You might check with Savage Firearms customer service (They own the Stevens brand)
They might owe you money, and right now you need money. What friend thinks of money before communication?
You might find one at Numrich Gunparts
It's just a fake name. Many scammers might use it.
Blue Book of Gun Values might help
Cornell publications might have what you are looking for.
You might find what you need at firstname.lastname@example.org .