Low retail, $2225. Average retail, $4025. High retail, $5100. It's all about condition.
$150-$250, depending on condition.
Forerunner of the 5100 series which evolved into the Savage/Stevens 311. Stevens made a LOT of double-shotguns with varying designs over the years. Depending on condition, yours would bring $200-$350 at retail. email@example.com
Try Numrich (gunpartscorp.com)
Stevens 5100 was manufactured from 1931 until 1941
$150-$350 depending on condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
My experience for similar guns (like Stevens 311, Stevens 5100, etc) is that your gun is likely worth 250-300 in good condition with little room for movement either way given bad (but working) condition or excellent condition.
The model 5100 Stevens shotgun has a plastic stock
It won't have one since Stevens didn't serialize their inexpensive shotguns until the GCA of 1968 required it and the 5100 was made c. 1931-1941.
My grandfather recently gave me a Stevens 5100 double barrel 12 gauge and I did a little digging and found that Stevens produced the 5100 from 1931-1941. Value, I'm not sure about. I havn't had mine appraised yet. Shoots nice though :)
2% of 5100 = 5100*2/100 = 102
I would go to Numrich gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.
That's an older gun, should have the chamber length checked. In good usable condition, about $200-$225. www.countrygunsmith.net
1941-1948, It then changed to model 311
The 5100 designation was used from 1931 to 1941.
Between 1931 and 1941.
A HP DeskJet 5100 can be purchased from computer retail outlets such as comet in the United Kingdom. Alternatively you could buy one online at amazon or ebay.
Most likely Stevens they did make a model #5100
Around $250, depending on condition
101 Sears vendor code is Savage Stevens early to middle 50s . J C Higgins guns were sold from 1946 to 1962 How ever Stevens did not supply guns to JC Higgins until 1950 Your gun was Stevens 5100 double barrel shotgun a good shotgun .But the Tenite (plastic stocks) limit its appeal to the average shooter .A Stevens collector or J C Higgins collector would pay more .and the next thing is condition 100 to 250 dollars depending on condition maybe more in new or near new condition.CORRECTION: My grandfather was born in 1942 and when 6 years old received from his father a J.C. Higgins 101.25, and my grandfather still has the gun. So the mid-to-late 40's was the LATEST inwhich Stevens/savage started supplying firearms to sears
Stevens made for Sears Roebuck