There is quite a bit of information about Springfield trapdoor rifles in Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms. Model identification is a bit difficult from the dates stamped on them - if your gun is marked 1869 on the lock, it is probably a Model 1868; if it is a Model 1869, it should have a date between 1863 and 1865.
It is a Stevens Model 1929.
If it's a Springfield Omega, 100-500 USD or so
Should be marked on the weapon somewhere.
More information is needed to identify the manufacturer of this pistol.
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I can not find any information of a Daisy model 653. However Daisy did make a model 693 BB pistol. Is this the pistol you are referring to?
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If it's marked Springfield and not Stevens, probably circa WWII or so (though they weren't used by troops in the war, that roughly coincides with when they were sold to sportsmen under the Springfield brand name).
Herbert Schmidt Company.
It must be marked on the box "FOR USE IN ALL RIFLES"
High quality French pistol, they went out of business years ago.
Need more information.
Springfield was a trade name used by Stevens/Savage c. 1920-1945. No relationship to the current Springfield Inc or the US Springfield Armory. What you have is a Savage Model 720 built under license from FN (Browning) They where also made by Remington with the Model 11 designation.
Manual for Savage Springfield Model 234
your serial number comes back to a 1911 pistol made by Colt in 1918
it is a Model 39-2 9mm pistol
Inexpensive, German made.
Made by Savage/Stevens and is basically the same as the Savage Springfield Model 18.