1913 stevens shotgun value

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APR . 22.1913. Chicopee Falls Mass USA. 22 Long Rifle" "Made in USA". This rifle has a dovetailed rear sight and fixed blade front sight. The straight grain walnut stock and fore grip are in good condition showing signs of use. The Model 26 Crack Shot was manufactured between 1913 and 1941. Action and trigger operate as intended. No serial number.
The Crackshot™ is a single shot, .22 caliber break action rifle. This gun has a 16.5" barrel and weighs just over 4 pounds, making it lightweight and easy to carry. The Crackshot™ is an excellent truck gun or for beginners as well as for plinking and small game hunting.
Description: This is a .410 gauge Stevens single shot shotgun, that rates at about 96% condition. It is a true survivor. It has a patent date on the barrel of 12 August, 1913. The bore of the 26", full choked barrel is excellent.
Stevens Model 58b Shotgun - Safety Lever Spring Screws .410 410 Gauge. $19.95. View Product Details. Savage - Stevens Model 24 22410 - Shotgun - Firing Pin - Fp 2 - 13. Shop for Savage / Stevens shotgun parts with Numrich Gun Parts, the world's largest supplier of gun parts. We've been providing superior service and selection since 1950. Stevens Model 58b Shotgun - Safety Lever Spring Screws .410 410 Gauge. $19.95. View Product Details. Savage - Stevens Model 24 22410 - Shotgun - Firing Pin - Fp 2 - 13.
Stevens made over 30 different models of single barrel break open shotguns from 410 bore to 10 gauge. They are all similar in appearance. There are various barrel lengths and chokes, some stocks are plain and some are "deluxe". There is no or little collector value and values on all of these guns are about the same.This gun was basically the same as the 417 except it was chambered for the 25 RF. ——– 71, 72 & 74 — Late Savage/Stevens “Favorite’s” made in the 1971 to 1989 carried a model of 71, 72 or 74 depending on the barrel. These were a “look alike” only, with no parts interchanging with the earlier guns. 30G —
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