Savage Arms and J. Stevens

What might be the value of a Stevens Crackshot 26patent April 22 1913 with a?

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2012-02-26 12:55:46
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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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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.


Justice Stevens, who turned 90 on April 20, 2010, became an object of attention in 2009 when he hired only one law clerk for the 2010-2011 Term rather than the usual four, leading to speculation that he might retire in the near future. In early April 2010, Stevens announced he would step down when the Court rises for summer recess at the end of June. For more information, see Related Questions, below.


try gunbroker.com they might have parts


Perhaps you might be refering to the Mississippi Revival by Ray Stevens?


They might owe you money, and right now you need money. What friend thinks of money before communication?


We cannot tell from a serial number alone. You might check with Savage Firearms customer service (They own the Stevens brand)


You might find one at Numrich Gunparts



It's just a fake name. Many scammers might use it.


Cornell publications might have what you are looking for.


You might find what you need at webdept@gunpartscorp.com .


it is the 21st of April i believe im not shore it might be the 21st of april


It might have been his birthday. He was baptised on April 26, 1564, so he might have been born on April 23, which was the day he died on.


The boy fron Even Stevens name is Shia Lebouf (last name spelling??). He's not dead yet... even if you might want him to be!! lol no... he's was in "Transformers" and recently "Eagle Eye".


You might contact the company at savagearms.com or Numrich at e-gunparts.com


The Riverside trade name was used by J. Stevens from 1915-mid 1940's. You MIGHT be able to get a precise date by contacting the Stevens historian. savagearms.com should have his contact information.


I heard it might be out in march or april.


April 23rd. It might have been his birthday since we know he was baptised on April 26, 1564.


Stevens Arms was an American firearms manufacturer founded by Joshua Stevens in 1864 and then bought by Savage Arms in 1920 but still retained the Stevens brand on a number of its low cost rifles and shotguns. The most common and notable of these is the Stevens Model 416 .22 caliber bolt action rifle that carries the long rifle round. A large number of these were supplied to the U.S. military as training rifles. Because these were very common and cheap to manufacture, they might not fetch a valuable price in a collector's point of view.


it might come out in April 23 2008


It might be aired around April 2018.


He died on April 23rd, 1616. He was baptised on April 26th, 1564, which suggests that he might have died on his birthday. People accept April 23rd as his birthday mostly because that was the day he died on, which makes it much less of a coincidence than you might think.


Well, you can't.- anymore. I guess they might get it back, but the people who had it was a member on April Fools Day 2009. There was a box store and you can get the dimensional box, For that party they had that. You might need to wait April 1st 2010, or they might have it available on another event. Who knows?


Most single shots are worth something less than the $90 needed to buy a brand new one. If it's really a 24 gauge, you have an odd-ball that might bring a few dollars more from a collector who really wants one of every possible size, but still probably would not break the $100 mark. 24 gauge guns were still listed in Stevens' 1936-37 catalog. The approximate age of a Stevens gun can be determined by the way the company name is marked. 1864 - J. Stevens & Co. 1886 - J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. 1916 - No Stevens guns were produced 1920 - J. Stevens Arms Co. 1948 - Stevens (usually accompanied by the Savage name) 1990 - Savage Arms discontinued the Stevens trademark. you could check auction arms or gun broker to see what they sell for



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