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front trigger fires right barrel. back trigger fires left.


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Stevens 5100 was manufactured from 1931 until 1941

My grandfather recently gave me a Stevens 5100 double barrel 12 gauge and I did a little digging and found that Stevens produced the 5100 from 1931-1941. Value, I'm not sure about. I havn't had mine appraised yet. Shoots nice though :)

yes but steel shot will eventually ruined the barrel lead will not

$150-$350 depending on condition.

Most likely Stevens they did make a model #5100

I don't know what the numbers on the trigger are unless they are a part number, but you can add about 25% to the asking price for a single selective trigger. This link is what your looking for.....copy and paste this link,there you will find your trigger guard for about $11.00 bucks and just about everything else for the 5100....including scematics for it....happy shopping.

The model 5100 Stevens shotgun has a plastic stock

The 5100 was made from 1931 to 1941. I didn't know a single trigger was available in the Springfield line. I own an old Springfield double barrel 20 gauge, serial number E67029. Is Springfield the actual model name, I see no reference anywhere to a model 5100. How do I verify what I have. Well, Apollo50, tell us what IS marked on it and maybe we can tell you something.

5100 is the Stevens model number, not a serial. These were made c. 1931-1941. The plastic was called "tenite" and often broke.

It won't have one since Stevens didn't serialize their inexpensive shotguns until the GCA of 1968 required it and the 5100 was made c. 1931-1941.

That's an older gun, should have the chamber length checked. In good usable condition, about $200-$225.

how old is a model 5100 tru-test 12 gauge shotgun letters under barrel are E H B w a circle around it and a 4 and a V on other side

Made for Sears Roebuck by Stevens. There may be a model number on the right side of the receiver (most likely 5000, 5100, or 311) or a Sears product number on the barrel (101.6?) which could give an approximate date.

The Model 311 is essentially the same as the Model 5100 which was identical to the Model 5000 which was really no different than the double barrel shotguns being produced by Crescent Fire Arms before that company was bought by Stevens.

Most all shotguns are loaded by "breaking the barrel(s) open, particularly double barrels. Do you mean "Nylon" or possibly teonite. Stevens put a teonite stock on model 5100's (I know, I purchased one in July, 1947 in Beaumont, Texas) right after the war was over. .

The Stevens 311 was marked as model 5000 from about 1920 to 1931, then 5100 until 1941. Most references just list the 311 as if it had the same model number for the entire production period.

1941-1948, It then changed to model 311

Around $250, depending on condition

it's probably a model 5100. the tenite (plastic stock and forend) as it was called was likely made sometime around wwII, because of a shortage of wood built gunstocks and forends

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