STEVENS AND SAVAGE DID NOT PUT NUMBERS ON THE SHOTGUNS AND OVER AND UNDERS IN THE MID 4OTS UNTILL 1954. THE GUN IS WORTH ABOUT 250.00 TO 350.00
Thru website for gunpartscorp. Look under Savage/Stevens/Springfield. They have them in stock for $12.75 plus shipping.
Currently they are bringing between $200 - $400 depending on the condition.
Savage Model 42 is the only one currently in production. Otherwise you would have to find someone that still has others in stock or used, such as Rossi or Stevens.
E gunworks has them i think and im very sure if you dont find it under springfield/savage look under stevens/savage 87 S it should be the same gun good luck DAVE
This is a Savage models 30D, 30E, 30F 0r a Stevens model 67, or Savage model 30-30AC Check these models. I appears both Stevens ans Savage made a model 300 for Western Auto under the Revelation name.
hoosiergunworks.com Listed under Savage $20.00
i need a price on the Stevens 20 gauge 1913
Stevens is a sub division of the Savage arms Company.That is were I would start my search.The Savage model 24 is the model number.
Then in order to answer it, WE need information. The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company was purchased by Savage in about 1920, but continued making guns under the Stevens name. If you need date of manufacture, contact customer service at Savage website.
My Gun Trader's Guide doesn't list an "M" version and doesn't picture the model 87, but if you go to the library and locate this book on the shelf, I'll bet you can find a picture in one of the nearby volumes. If you can't find it under Springfield, look for Stevens and Savage. Stevens division of Savage Arms made it. If there's an 87M with any of their names, it will be the same gun.
You can find them at the website for gunpartscorp. It is part number 984040A. Look under S, then under Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield. It is a walnut replacement, and rather expensive.
Depends where you live, what model it is and what condition it is in Locally (new zealand) if in good condition usually about $500 - $750 (NZD) up to $1200 for excellent condition models with the walnut stock
I can't find a model 710 under either the Savage or Stevens listings in any of my reference books. The Model 710 is the Western Field Model. It crosses over to a Savage Model 110. My 710 was purchased at Wards about 1980.
the Stevens model 325 series was produced by Savage from 1947 until it was discontinued in 1950.Later savage manufactured the 340 (essentially the same gun) under the Savage name.Serial numbers were required under the gun control act which was made into law in 1968.From that point on all firearms made were required to have serial numbers.
Springfield" was one of the brand names used by Savage Arms Corporation, and they also made guns under the "Stevens" name after they acquired the Stevens company in the 1920s. The Model 87 was sold in several slightly different models under slightly different names until finally discontinued in 1987 hoped that help some This name was used by Stevens/Savage from about 1920 until 1948.
On the front of the frame under the slide/barrel.
Savage Arms bought Stevens in 1920, and from 1920 through 1946 guns were made under both names at the Savage plant in Utica NY and at the Stevens plant in Chicopee Falls MA. In 1946, all operations were merged into the Chicopee Falls location, and then all operations were subsequently moved to Westfield MA in 1959. email@example.com
Your Stevens model 240 was made from 1940-1945.
Depending on exactly which variant it is, and the condition, from $150-$350. firstname.lastname@example.org
yes, i have one that my father gave me
Double barrel hammerless boxlock, right? My cross-reference list says this is a Savage/Stevens 315. I can't find any references that show it ever being sold under the Savage or Stevens name, only as Riverside, Springfield, and apparently various 'store brands'.
We have one in idaho. very good condition----
The model 311 is a side-by-side.