The singleshot Stevens 15A and 15B .22 rifles are worth %50 to $150, depending on the condition. The higher-end price seems to keep them sitting around for quite a while.
Your Stevens model 15A was produced from 1936-1945.
These were made from 1936-1971.
It all depends what model you have. For instance I have a M550AD it is worth about $600. Age also afeects the value. Your best bet is to take it to a gun shop. Mark The Wards Western Field .410 bolt action shotgun's model # is: 15a. It was bought by my Dad in about 1935-1936. Thank you Terry The Wards Western Field .410 bolt action shotgun's model # is: 15a. It was bought by my Dad in about 1935-1936. Thank you Terry
Try the website for gunpartscorp. That is Numrich, large supplier of obsolete parts.
I own a model 15A that was given to me as a kid. That would be going on to 50 years.
It looks like it would, but you won't know unless you try.
The western field model 15A was made by mossberg.There model designator was the mossberg model 83.
I am trying to find out where to get a stock and a bolt for a 3 in. model 15a 410 shotgun the brand is a ward western field can you help.
I see 2 of them listed on line today. One for $150 with a scope, and another for $125 without.
15a + 12 = 3(5a + 4)
Manufactured approximately 1936-1971. source: http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=82500312
It is already in its simplest form, so it is: 15a + 25
If you mean: 15a = 6a - 90 then the variable a works out as -10. If you mean 15a + 6a - 90, then it equals 21a - 90.
Having just gotten mine back (bought it in 1955) from my Uncle, I can tell you they're WORTH about $50, but you'll pay on-average, between $85 and $125, depending on condition, at the average gun show. They're incredibly simple, astoundingly accurate, and with only a simple (hand-cocking) bolt, and a trigger... there isn't much to go wrong. Early ones had NO buttplate; later ones did - it was made from the 1930's to 1969 - mine has NO SERIAL NUMBER, and I suspect this is the rule. Tom in Denver
The factors of 15a are 1, 3, 5, 15, and 'a' .
If it fits you are fine. You are at the same current and the voltage rating is higher.
It cannot be simplified any further, so it is: 5a³ + 15a² + 20a
The fuse diagram for my 91 Capri is as fallows: Engine 15A Stop 20A Power Window 30A \ Meter 10A Hazard 15A ------ HTD B-light 20A Cigar 15A Tail 15A IG Relay Room 10A door lock 30A Audio 15A \ Fog Lamp 20A Air Cond 15A ----- \ Cooling Fan 20A Wiper 20A Heater 30A The IG Relay and the Heater are the big ones on the side of the fuse box.