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
32 long is a rimfire cartridge.
2 types of 25 caliber Stevens. 1. In centerfire, you have 25-20 Stevens and I believe 25-50 Stevens of which brass is available from Midway. 2. In rimfire you have the 25. rimfire round which apparently is unavailable as I am currently searching for a source.
Stevens made several smoothbore guns chambered for .22, .32 and .44 rimfire shotshells. A .32 rimfire would be .09 inches smaller in diameter than a .410 and a lot shorter. There were 9MM shotshells which would be about .05 inches smaller, but I don't think Stevens ever made a shotgun for these.
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the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
Yes, you can find information for Stevens firearms at the Savage Arms website. http://www.savagearms.com/
You sure it doesnt say '44 Shot' instead of '44 Short'? The .44 Shot cartridge was a popular small bore shotshell before the introduction of the .410. firstname.lastname@example.org I'd suggest a trip to the library. Find the Standard Catalog of Firearms and look at the listings for Stevens. Your shotgun is probably a smoothbore version of the Tip-Up, Ideal, or Favorite rifle.
The Stevens 311 is a double barrel shotgun.
need information on stevens-springfield model 37 410 shotgun
The best information about Rise Stevens is to be found in her 1959 autobiography, Subway to the Met: Rise Stevens' Story.Unfortunately, the book is long out of print and somewhat difficult to find. A more recent volume, Rise Stevens: A Life in Music, by John Pennino is also hard to locate.
MOST were rifled firearms, but a small number of smoothbore .22s were made. They are usually marked "shot only". Many older rifles can APPEAR to be smoothbores- until they are thoroughly cleaned.
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There is not much history of the coat on record but there are biographies on Isaac Stevens which may provide information on his coat. I recommend you research "The history of Isaac Stevens' coat." or simply "Isaac Stevens".
The Black Rifle by Blake Stevens
You can find a lot of answers here. It's a good information site. The Stevens 200 by Savage Arms - http://www.303british.com/id62.html What About These Stevens Rifles? - http://www.303british.com/id65.html Stevens 200 Aftermarket Triggers - http://www.303british.com/id64.html
The breech block has to be bored out for a bushing. Then the block is threaded. I screw in a hardened steel bushing with a hole in it for a centerfire firing pin. The bushing and the firing pin have to be custom made as I know of no supply of such bushings.
Several of the early Stevens single shot rifles were available with smoothbore barrels chambered for .32, .38, and .44 shot cartridges. The 44 shot or 44 XL was a version of the 44-40 rifle cartridge loaded with birdshot. It is equivalent to a 2 inch 410 shotgun shell. WARNING A modern 410 shell may chamber in this gun (and if it will chamber, it will fire) but DON'T TRY IT if you want to keep all your body parts.
I have a Stevens Peerless model I'm in need of a magazine and information about this old rifle.
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Its a Stevens 39a or 59a
Impossible to answer without more information.The manufacture date can be approximated by the company name.J Stevens & Co = 1864-1886J Stevens Arms & Tool Co = 1886-1916J Stevens Arms Co = 1920-late 1940sStevens = 1940s-1990
Library, internet search, gun show.
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