First you have to determine exactly which .32 long cartridge it is chambered for. Both S&W and Colt have a proprietory .32 long centerfire cartridge and either of these should be available at any good sporting goods store. There was also a .32 Long Rifle Centerfire cartridge that was discontinued early in the 20th century, but according to Cartridges of the World, either the S&W or Colt cartridge MAY work in these guns. A gunsmith would have to make a chamber cast and measure it to verify this. But if it is chambered for the .32 Long Rimfire cartridge, you are probably out of luck. A few specialty companies occasionally make a limited run of .32 RF, but it is very expensive and hard to find. MY NAME IS JR COFFEE THE ABOVE ANSWER IS AWESOME I AM ADDING THAT ALL GUN SHOWS SELL ANTIQUE AMMO
value of a model 1915 22 long rifle, snw465 or 466 j stevens arms company
The Stevens 1915 Favorite is not a pump-action rifle. It is a single-shot. First we need to figure out which model you actually have. email@example.com
value of Stevens model 94 long tom perfect condition
Need a detailed description of all markings and features.
I would try numrich arms for a magazine for your Stevens model 34.
Original answer = wrong answer : There is no J Stevens model 1915, so you must first correctly identify the firearm. Since the value can vary widely depending on what it is (a model 34 can run to $950 and a model 51 Schutzen rifle can go to $10,000), proper identification is crutial. You might want to visit a local gunsmith and pay him to research the gun and provide you with an estimate of its value. Right answer: I have a single shot "crack shot" J. Stevens model Favorite 1915 chambered in .22 long rifle SN#166. You are going to have to do the same thing that I am and purchase a book with all Mfrs. and their SN#s. I have searched the web for such info without luck.
The stevens model 87T along with the model 87 had a long run.It was made from 1938-1983.Stevens did not keep records of the yearly production by serial numbers.
15 long rifle--will only operate auto with lr ammo
Your marlin model 925R rifle accepts .22 long rifle ammo.It will handle any standard 22 long rifle ammo made.
.45 Long Colt.
The marlin model 781 was chambered for the .22 long rifle.
stevens arms co favoite 22 long rifle
the Stevens model 16 sidelever was made from 1900 to 1913
The wood carving was certainly done after purchase. The Stevens 1915 Favorite was a very popular boy's rifle of the time, and are regularly seen on the market today under $200. The after-market modifications take your rifle out of the collector market. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a j Stevens model 1915 (Favorite) Long Rifle Lever Action Rifle, Serial Number 115. If my memory serves me correctly my father told me he received it for his 12th birthday in 1924. It is in excellent condition. I had it refinished (metal and wood) several years ago. Big mistake I am told. Hope this helps.
The model 31, as with most other firearms, will say on the barrel what ammo it can fire. Mine says (on the right side of the barrel) "Will fire any .22 Long, Long Rifle, or Short. High Speed Only."
It depends on the model, as the Stevens was made in numerous models, and the values can vary greatly!
My Springfield model 83 ( J Stevens) is stamped 22 Short, Long and Long Rifle on Barrel. If yours is as well, then yes, it would fire LR rounds.
These savage/stevens model 94c were made from 1929-1942.long before serial numbers were mandated by the gun control act of 1968.So there is a strong possability that your stevens does noy have a serial number.
Probably a Remington Model 12 -? depends on barrel, ammo made in 1914.
this is a misprint. It should be a model 75 rather than a 57 as it appears in the question.
HI I have a Stevens 22 long single shot. I like to have a .17 HMR or a .17HM2 Barrel on it will it work
My Dad bought me a new 87B Stevens in 1954. Still have it. Bill D.