i have one needs a mag tho. i have mag but its missing follower, its in great shape, i duracoated it and restained stock looks great.
Should be a bolt action Savage/Stevens. Value around $100-$125 in excellent condition. email@example.com
This is a Stevens 37 built for Sears Roebuck. Priceless as a family heirloom, but only lists from $25 to $75 in the Standard Catalog.
Your Stevens model 200 shotgun was produced around circa 1910.
it was made in or around 1972
I would say it's around 75-65 used.
If both the Stevens and Savage names are on the gun, it was made between 1948 and 1991. Model 258 is a double barrel, right? (don't have my reference book at hand) If so, if fully functioning and in decent shape, it should be worth around $250. The 258A is a bolt action Shotgun. The 258 is a bolt action shotgun manufactured between 1937-1965 with a two shell detachable box magazine. I would say that 250 is a reach. I would put it around $130.
Around $150 if its used.
The 238A was made in the 1940's. Bolt-action shotguns dont sell very well these days, and the 238A typically brings around $80-$100 in normal used condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
MOST of the single shot shotguns do not have really high values. The Stevens is a good gun- dependable, reliable, well made- but not a lot of collector interest. Depending on condition, a Stevens single may be worth between $50-$175. I keep a few of the singles around as loaner guns to new shooters- they are a very good shotgun for a "first shotgun".
Around $50-$75. email@example.com
It was manufactured from 1937-1965 and currently valued in great condition without refinishing at around $200.
Whats it worth
Depending on its condition, a Winchester model 1901 10 gauge lever action shotgun could be worth around $2,0000. In lesser condition it is still worth $500-$800.
yes they made a martini action single barrel shotgun 12gauge it is cheap around £100 but it has a huge amount of recoil you can buy them on guntrader.com
In Australian dollars around $50 to $100 in good condition. very good super reliable shotgun.
It would be appoximatley 54 years old. Possibly a little older or less, but around that area.
Depending on the Firearms condition, price could go from about $100.00 to around $300.00
The model 235 was manufactured from 1912 to 1932 (no Stevens guns were made from 1916 to 1920). Value will range from $50 if beat-up and rusted to $300 if like-new and never fired. Most will trade for around $200. Answer With the advent of Cowboy Action Shooting - these have gone up in value --- a decent one will bring over $300.
around 100-250 depending on its condition
I'm interested in the same info. I have a 12 guage that only says Long Tom and August 12, 1913. I don't see the "J Stevens" anywhere. Where do you find that? This was my Father's gun that he bought used around 1935. That's all I know about it.
Around 100.00 if it functions. Condition may bring you more. Not very collectable. Most buy these for "utitility" purposes not as show pieces.
It is a Stevens gun, general utility type shotgun. Value around $200 in good condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, depending on condition. should be around the $150.00 range.
The age would be around 45 to 60 years and the value would be around 45 to 60 dollars.