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Where can you find a serial number on a j Stevens 22 crackshot rifle?

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2009-04-25 04:14:58
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Serial numbers were not required before the GCA 68 was enacted.

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The Savage/Stevens model 72 crackshot rifle was made from 1972-1989.


The savage/stevens model 72 crackshot .22cal rifle was made by savage during the years 1972-1989.


Serial numbers were not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968. Your Crackshot was made LONG before 1968.


'Boy's Rifle' is a generic style of rifle. The Stevens Favorite series, including the Crackshot, Little Krag, Maynard Jr, etc, are differentiated by various features such as different sights, slightly different stock styles, etc. sales@countrygunsmith.net


To determine the exact value of a J Stevens Arms Tool Co Crackshot 16 22 caliber rifle a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Since the rifle is in good condition, the next most important factor would be the age of the rifle.


Serial numbers were not required prior to 1968.



I have a Stevens Visible Loading .22, adn the serial number is on the underside of the rifle, on the extended metal that goes from the trigger guard into the stock. It's quite visible. Ed


If you are asking about a specific one, you have to provide the serial number.


It is a Stevens Crackshot that was made for HSB&Co, a hardware distributer in Chicago. Evidently, Revonoc is Conover spelled backward. The HSB rifles usually had a better finish that the standard Stevens. I have seen both Crackshot, Marksman and Little Scout 22 &32 rifles with this name. Stevens also made rifles for Sears and Montgomery Wards and put their brand names on them.


I have a crackshot 22 and I might be able to get a ejector made by a friend at work . if you would like me to ask him , let me know.meanwhile, DO NOT FIRE that rifle...a word of advice from a dummy,that did fire a gun without the ejector. it almost cost a trigger finger.



50-150 dollars based on the rifle having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.These crackshot rifles were made between the years 1913-1941.


im looking on the internet and came across a read about the model 72 its about 200 in good or fair condition


Side lever Crackshot--$100 to $250 No. 26 Crackshot -- $100 to $250 No. 26 1/2 Smoothbore -- $65 to $175 From the Blue Book of Gun Values


You have listed the model number of your rifle,not the serial number.


The serial number 4279990 is a partial serial number for this rifle. To determine the date the rifle was manufactured you need to provide a complete serial number that begins with letters.


Not a serial number if that is on a Sears or JC Higgins rifle. Might be a serial number on an Ithaca rifle. Please list all the markings on the rifle, just as they are on the rifle. sales@countrygunsmith.net


There may not be one. Federal law did not always require a serial number be present on a firearm. If that rifle was manufactured prior to the 60's, it may not have one.


Your J stevens model 26 crackshot,is a boys type single shot rifle with a under lever opening,a 18in.round barrel,hardwood straight grip stock and forearm with open sights.these were made from 1913-1941.They were chambered in either .22cal rimfire,or .32cal rimfire caliber.


Stevens was in business from 1864-1950. They did not have a "pocket pistol" model, but DID make a "pocket rifle" model from 1869-1916. Am aware of no specific production data based on serial numbers.



The rifle had the serial number C 2766.



That form of the Stevens name indicates manufacture between 1886 and 1915. Since you have a serial number, the Stevens historian may be able to give you an exact year, for a fee. savagearms.com should have his contact information.



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