If marked with both the Stevens and Savage names, it was made between 1948 and 1991. Don't really know when they quit using tenite, but probably in the early 1950's
20,000 240's between 1942 and 1945. Originally had a tenite stock and forearm
The model 5100 Stevens shotgun has a plastic stock
STEVENS AND SAVAGE DID NOT PUT NUMBERS ON THE SHOTGUNS AND OVER AND UNDERS IN THE MID 4OTS UNTILL 1954. THE GUN IS WORTH ABOUT 250.00 TO 350.00
it's probably a model 5100. the tenite (plastic stock and forend) as it was called was likely made sometime around wwII, because of a shortage of wood built gunstocks and forends
gun-parts.com has them...but for 12 ga only
The Stevens 240 is an over-under .410 with double hammers, double triggers and a Tenite (plastic) stock and forearm, modified and full choke. It was made from 1940 to about 1948. Values in 2005 seem to range from the mid-$300s to upwards of $500 for good to excellent specimens. Gunshow prices have really been going up for these guns.
Try e-gunparts.com, Shotgun News, Gun List, do a web search on "shotgun stocks".
Any of the 124 series.
Remove buttplate. Use a socket extension and rachet to unscrew the stock bolt (it's in that hole in the center of the butt)
Bobs gun shop google it! $85 + 95 stock forensic $40+ 35
model 94B Stevens plastic stock was mfg in 1950. Stevens uded letter code starting with A in 1949 until P in 1969.
Your Stevens model 240 was made from 1940-1945.
If it is a typical Stevens double or single barrel there should be a metal lever towards the back of the stock slide it left or right and tilt the barrel down.
HigginsThis rifle was made by Savage /Stevens They sold them as the Model 6/87 semi auto rifle a very good rifle .The Tenite stock and JC Higgins name means It was made after WW2 Infact it was made around 1950 the value is around 100 to 150 dollars depending on condition how ever dealers pay considerably less for them .But that is what they sell them for. The model 87 with tenite stock is in demand with Stevens collectors even those made for JC Higgins Sears and Roebuck
Try searching for a Savage model 620A or Stevens 620 stock on ebay, or gunbroker.com. The model M060 Westernfield is a Stevens 620, while a Westernfield model 60 is the Savage 620A
A breakdown of the parts for a Stevens Savage Arms Model 9478 is found in the book The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly Part V - Shotgun. It has exploded views of the stock and its availability on the market.
If the owner's manual doesn't have instructions, seek out a qualified gun smith.
You grasp the forend at the front tip and pry it off. It is held in place by spring tension.
I also have a Stevens 311A Double Barrell, doubled triggered 12 gauge shotgun made by Savage Arms in very good condition and do not know the age or the value. My gun has a ribbed barrel, but the stock is not walnut. JT 1/19/08
5100 is the Stevens model number, not a serial. These were made c. 1931-1941. The plastic was called "tenite" and often broke.
Check with numrich gun parts corp. or look at E-gun parts.com
The Mossberg 500 Stock is the stock for the Mossberg 500 shotgun. The stock would allow you to get a better grip on the shotgun and absorb some recoil from firing the shotgun.
the old numrich arms corp will be your best bet for parts for this combo gun. they go by the name Gun Parts Corp now, www.e-gunparts.com or 1-866-NUMRICH.located in west hurley NY
If it is a stock gun it probably has a open cylinder unless someone has added a choke.