Depends on what is marked on the gun.
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try looking at savage or Stevens shotgun diagrams. I found a firing pin for a 16 gauge riverside it was an old model 94 Stevens part
You will have to carefully note exactly how the gun is marked, first.
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Riverside was an 'economy' brand used by the Stevens division of Savage in the 20's and 30's.
Eastern Arms was a brand name sold by Sears Roebuck. The Model 1929 suggests that it was made by J. Stevens Arms Co.
Try googling it. I believe you will be surprised.
It is a Stevens shotgun, based on a Browning patent. Inexpensive.
Would need to know exactly how that gun is marked.
It will be marked on the receiver. It was made in 1980
Sorry- that is a serial number, and conveys no information. If the barrel is not marked, you need to take it to a gunsmith who will measure the chamber- not only for gauge, but for the correct shell length. Just because an unfired shell fits does not mean it is the correct shell. And it is not a rifle, but a shotgun.
No. Riverside was bought by Stevens in the early 20th Century and became one of their house brands for a while before being discontinued. However, spare parts are available for most Riverside marked guns.
If it is marked only Blue Grass, not Blue Grass Model 1900 or Bluegrass Arms Co, and is a hammer double, it was made by Hopkins & Allen Arms, 1896 to 1915, according to Vorisek's Shotgun Markings.
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A SxS in useable but not like-new condition will bring between $100 and $250. A 20 gauge or .410 will be in the mid to upper part of that range and a 12 or 16 gauge in the lower to middle part.
It should be marked on the barrel or recieiver.
The barrel will be marked "Made in Belgium"
It will be marked on the receiver/barrel.
Where can i find info on a Reno Shotgun
Probably turn of the century
It will be marked on the barrel.