The serial number isn't 5100. That's the model, made in the 1930's. Find a local gunsmith in the yellow pages, or search at a gunshow. A 'smith may be able to remove the dent, but either repair or replacement will cost as much as the gun will be worth when fixed.
Try e-gunparts.com or gun-parts.com for barrels
Best bet is Numrich Gun Parts- Find the on the web at -gunpartscorp.com- full schematics and detailed parts lists.
A replacement barrel for a J. Stevens Arms C20-A shotgun can be found at a local gun/firearms store. If the replacement barrel is not available on site, ask if the store can order it for you.
try looking on numrich gun parts they will have replacement parts including barrels.
Generally, no. Barrel sets are individually fitted to the frame and will not just drop on. email@example.com
I'm not sure of the value of your shotgun. I have a Montgomery Wards Hercules, double barrel shotgun, with external hammers. With all the research I have done it is a Stevens 217. I have been looking for a set of barrels for this gun. Can you describe your gun to me. Petter
The Stevens double barrel shotgun is worth $350 to $450 dollars. The value is determined by the gun's mechanical condition.
They probably denote what choke the barrel has.
i have an old 12 gauge double from j Stevens a & t company and it is hand stamped 33 on the barrels receiver and the brace underneath barrels and we dated it back to 1880's
It depends on the Manufacturer, model, and series. I don't see why you couldn't change the barrel size if you find the barrels the same as the 20 inch models. A gunsmith should verify that the headspace is correct with the replacement barrel. The barrel length isn't the concern - it is the fit at the breech that might be off. If there is too much clearance between the end of the barrel and the standing breech, you might be unpleasantly suprised.
not with more than one gauge in one gun, but yes they make 12,16,20,28 gauge shotguns.
That is a Stevens double. Pull straight down on the forend to separate it from the barrel set. Then open the barrels and remove them down and forward. Far as you need to go.
The Stevens model 311 was discontinued in the year 1989.You would have to contact Savage/Stevens to get the actual age of your double barrel shotgun.
Rifle, handgun and shotgun can all have "long" barrels
The cartridges will pop out.
Pull down on forearm. It should come off. Then break open shotgun, barrels should hinge off.
I would look at the number of barrels. If there is more than one barrel, you know you have at least a double barrel shotgun. If there are 1 or less barrels, then you don't.
It s a Stevens model 311D double barrel shotgun serial number A226687 16 gauge. everything is on the side of the shotgun.
Where is serial number on stevens 311c 410?
That would depend on the make and model of the shotgun in question,and the length of the barrel/barrels that came with the shotgun.
the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
Probably turn of the century
hire it done.
Best left to a gun smith.