There were a few different models of Stevens single-shot from that era, and the differences are really minor. They are generally lumped together as 'pre-Model 94'. firstname.lastname@example.org
That patent date identifies a Stevens single shot.
Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. There is little collector interest in single barrel shotguns. Information about J Stevens Arms apply to Riverside Arms Co.
Basically a Stevens "store-brand" shotgun from the 1920's. email@example.com
About 600 to 700 dollors
the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
Depending on condition of metal and wood, Stevens double .410s of any age tend to bring in the $300 to $600 range.
i don't know this answer but i have a this exact shotgun that was patented on this exact date that was given to me from my grandpa
$175-$250 in good condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Stevens 311 is a double barrel shotgun.
i have a Stevens like the one you speak of.....here is what mine is stamped....hope it helps.....top, patented august 12 1913 right side of receiver trade mark Stevens reg us pat off & fgn Stevens arms company chicopee falls mass. usa left side stamped nitro special.........
That patent date was used by J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co, but I can't find 376 listed as a Stevens or Savage model number. Could have been made for a hardware store or mail order business and marked with the model number requested by the retailer.
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
value will depend on condition. also is one of your barrel riffled for accurate slug? is it still operational and accurate? I have a Stevens 1915 410 with one barrel riffled and its in perfect working order, dead accurate, and its in the best condition I have ever seen for that time era. Mines been feeding the family for generations.
Sold by Sears Roebuck. Probably manufactured by Stevens.
More information needed.
there is a model 311a double barrel shotgun made by Stevens/savage but have not heard of just an 11a. I have a 20ga 311a given to me by my grandpa and he said it was made in the fifties. You can go to Google and type in Stevens model 311 and will pull up information on this shotgun.AnswerRemington made a model 11a but it was not a double barrel it was a semiauto.
The patent date you are looking at does not indicate a year of manufacture. Stevens made many different models of double-barrel shotgun. Which model do you have? firstname.lastname@example.org
Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality double barrel shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. The values can range from $100 to $1600. Seek professional appraisal from a gunsmith or advanced collector. Information about the J Stevens Arms Co. would apply to Riverside Arms.
The Stevens will accept whatever caliber designation is stamped on the side of the barrel.
Several lengths were available on Stevens double barrel shotguns. 30 inches would be the most common, but 28 or 32 would not be uncommon and 26, 34 or even 36 would not be impossible.
Yes in 1860 Stevens made a double barrel, all steel barrel and its has external hammers.
If you have a single shot shotgun,then it is worth 50 dollars,if you have a double barrel shotgun then the value could be up to 400.00 dollars,depending on the overall condition and the bores are in good shape.
Try Numrich Arms (www.e-gunparts.com). Look for parts for a Stevens 311 shotgun. They should be the same.
I would have to do some searching to verify this, but I don't believe Stevens ever made a shotgun using percussion caps.