This answer is assuming that your Springfield is NOT a military style rifle from Springfield Inc/Springfield Armory or the US Government Armory in Springfield Mass. I don't think there would be any single shot .22's from either, so I am probably making a correct assumption. The Springfield name was discontinued in 1948, so it is older than that. I can't find a firm date of when it was first used, but I suspect the late 1920's or early 1930's. I can't locate a Model 22 manufactured by Savage/Stevens/Springfield, but it is most like very similar to the Savage Model 3 if it is a single-shot bolt action. That is listed with a retail value of $35 in NRA Poor condition and $100 in NRA Excellent. I cannot assume to know much about the rifles in question, but my father has a 22 rifle that he has given me to keep coyotes away from my home. On the barrel of the gun is the print "J Stevens Arms Company Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. Model 86 C- Springfield 22 Short long or long rifle". My father remembers buying the rifle either in 1939 or 1940 just before the war started. He went into the war at the age of 17 in 1943. He would have been 13 or 14 years old when he bought the gun. I hope this info will be of help or at least interest for you. Later.
I can't locate this particular model, but Stevens/Savage dropped the Springfield line in 1948.
We have a Ranger bolt action rifle with a model # 103-8. We do not know the age of our gun however.
I have one of these shotguns. I estimate it is 45 years old.
Depends on the model
Cannot be answered without you providing a serial number to your Springfield model 1903 bolt action rifle.
it was produced in 1931.
Will need all of the markings on the shotgun to give a correct approximate date range. email@example.com
We make them, new. firstname.lastname@example.org
Between 70 and 200 dollars depending on condidtion
A Springfield model 120 22 caliber bolt action rifle can be worth 100$-250$ depending on the year it was made and the condition it is in.
I have a single shot Springfield shotgun but there is no model number anywhere. It looks just like a the Stevens Model 94 and has several identical parts although I am not sure what series of the 94 it is.
The Springfield Model 84 was made by J. Stevens Arms Company, Chicopee, Mass.
Single shot bolt-action .22 rifles rarely bring much more than $50-$60. email@example.com
Savage began producing the Springfield Model 67 in the 1950s. It was a pump action budget grade shotgun that ceased production in 1989.
I paid $80 for mine...
It is a Stevens Model 1929.
Stevens made the model 53 series from 1936 to 1948. This single-shot bolt action .22 rifle might bring $75-$125 depending on condition.
The Stevens/Springfield single-shots routinely bring under $100 at retail. firstname.lastname@example.org
No such model. Winchester did not make a 'Model 1901 single shot .22 pump-action rifle.' They made a Model 1900, Model 1902 and Model 1904, which were all single-shot bolt-action rifles, and they made the Model 1890 and Model 1906 which were slide-action rifles but had tubular magazines. How exactly is your rifle marked? email@example.com
Yes. Manufactured by J. Stevens Arms Co. Yes there is, I own a Springfield Model 18 Series F bolt action 410. It is clip fed and chambered for 2 1\2 & 3in shells. I am looking for information on its worth. I have one that is manufactured by the Savage Arms Corporation. Says Springfield Model 951 and is a single shot bolt action with 3 inch chamber. I have one that is marked "1929 Model". Anyone know what it is worth? The single shot bolt action and the single shot break-open model 1929 are both worth $50-$125, depending on condition, but only because they are .410's. If they were 12 gauges, you'd probably have to give them away. I saw the following model: Springfield Arms Company, Chicopee Falls, Mass, U.S.A Pat Apr. 20-1915 .410 guage Side-by-Side Break Open (dual front/rear triggers).
The value of a Springfield Savage Arms 22 long single shot model 120A depends on its condition. As of 2014, this gun in excellent condition is valued between 90.00 and 120.00.
I asked, What is the value, Worth of a "Model 840 (eight,four,zero) Savage, Bolt Action,30-30 W/3 rnd. clip, Of Springfield Arms, Westfield, Mass."