I also have the J. Stevens Arms Co mod 258A 20 gauge shotgun. Mine had no stock until today,cut one out of some black walnut just for this old long barrel.The maker J. Stevens And model 258A 20 Gauge shotgun. I put a brown finish insted of blue on this one. It is a lot of fun to shoot too! Sorry i have no idea what it is worth.
Lawrence of Rome died in 258.
258-687-0432The numbers are different, almost in every house. My best friend is some number totally different then mine. But on my TV, in Japan, the number to Disney Channel is 730.
Ignaz Pleyel was born on June 18, 1757 and died on November 14, 1831. Ignaz Pleyel would have been 74 years old at the time of death or 258 years old today.
The 238 is similar to the 258. For parts, try gunpartscorp.com
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i have one needs a mag tho. i have mag but its missing follower, its in great shape, i duracoated it and restained stock looks great.
If both the Stevens and Savage names are on the gun, it was made between 1948 and 1991. Model 258 is a double barrel, right? (don't have my reference book at hand) If so, if fully functioning and in decent shape, it should be worth around $250. The 258A is a bolt action Shotgun. The 258 is a bolt action shotgun manufactured between 1937-1965 with a two shell detachable box magazine. I would say that 250 is a reach. I would put it around $130.
To find 65 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.65. In this instance, 0.65 x 258 = 167.7. Therefore, 65 percent of 258 is equal to 167.7.
258/3 = 86 so the answer has to be 84+86+88
The stevens model 258 was made during the years 1936-1945.
258% of 100 = 258% * 100 = 2.58 * 100 = 258
There is no such number. Given any number bigger than 258, it is always possible to find a number that is nearer to 258 and bigger than it. So that number would have a better claim to be next. But then it is possible to find another number that is nearer to 258 and bigger than that one and so the newest number has a better claim. And so on.
258% is 258/100 (so a value of 258% is a multiplication by 2.58)
258 / 0.60 = 258 / (6/10) = 258 / (3/5) = 5 * 258 /3 = 5 * 86 = 430