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Hi I have been given a J.Stevens 4-10 single barrel, bolt action
rifle- model 58B. It has a small magazine (5 shells?). Its in
a bit of a state and needs some spare parts (bolt for a start).
I wonder if anyone has any info on this gun, if spares are available
and if its worth renovation?....paul Rphellens@aol.com
The Stevens Model 58 originally
was introduced in 1934 and, with minor modifications, such as fixed
or detachable magazine, remained in Stevens line as the 258 until
about 1966. If your gun has a box magazine, the probable capacity
is just three shots including the one in the chamber, as that is
the maximum number of rounds allowed for hunting migratory birds
and ducks under US law. (Many states do not restrict the number
of rounds a hunter may use for non-migratory upland game birds.)
These guns are not very collectible and have only modest value as
shooters. Gun Parts Corporation (West Hurley, NY 12491, www.gunpartscorp.com)
catalogs many parts for the Stevens Model 58B. Their huge catalog
costs $12.95 in the US and is worth every penny as it provides an
authoritative education on many discontinued guns. Marshall Williams
I own a STEVENS .22/.410 O/U and I wonder if there is any
good soul out there that could give me some idea as to the value
of it.The reason for this is that I am moving to U.K. next year
and if it is of significant value there I will endeavour to take
it with me and dispose of it there.
The .410 is not popular out here (S.Africa) because of the exorbitant
price of ammo.
Some details :- STEVENS SAVAGE ARMS CORP.
CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS. USA
MODEL 22-410 PATENT 2259397 PROOF TESTED .410 BORE 3"BORE. .22 LONG
I also have a C.G.BONEHILL (MAKER BIRMINGHAM) D/B 12 BORE with
" twist steel" barrels.This gun is very well used and has suffered
somewhat over the years.He must have been quite a go getter to have
started his own factory at the age of 20. Thanks for a very good
site-your web address is being sent to all my friends, regards Nick.
Savage Model 24 .22/410, old, need disassembly and assembly
Help! This firearm is not exactly intuitive as to how to disassemble
and reassemble. Could anyone please send the basic procedure to
break down the receiver? Thanks, Rob firstname.lastname@example.org
|29 July 2003
I have a Stevens 9410 over and under with
both barrels being 410 (not 22/410). I've had
it since approximately 1952.
The original stock
and forearm were made of plastic but they were accidently
broken and were replaced with a wooden stock and forearm.
Could anyone point me to someone who could help me put
a value on it? I am in SW Arizona. Is there
someone maybe in this area that could help me? Thanks
for any and all help/info Harold Bridwell email@example.com
I recently inherited a shotgun, a J. Stevens Model 39A,
and would like to get a rough idea of its date of manufacture. It
is a .410 bolt action repeater, tubular magazine, plain stock with
a pistol grip. It has no serial number, chambers 2.5" & 3" shells.
Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!! firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a stevens .410 bolt action with a 3" chamber. it
is a model 58C.
I am looking for a clip if anyone can help please e-mail me @ email@example.com
Iam looking for stock end cap for a stevens model 24
shotgun.does anyone out there have one they will part with?
I just gave my son his first shotgun for Christmas.The shotgun
was given to me by my father.
I am trying to determine the history of this model. Stevens
94 series N, single shot .410 Please help! firstname.lastname@example.org
I found your site through a search and am very impressed.(Many
thanks, Editor) I never knew that in some places, the
410 is also known as a 36 gauge....
I read the section about getting a value of a gun and all
of the information needed. I am wondering if you have any
suggestions as to how I can learn more about the Stevens
model 37 .410 that I have?
I am not looking to sell it, just would like some info about
it. Thanks!! email@example.com
I have a Savage/Stevens 410 model 940C shotgun I've
had for at least 33yrs.
I got it from my grandfather at that time and would like some
information about it. I am in Polk County, Florida, USA.
My e-mail address is Artsconcrete@
I would like to know if anyone in the UK has a Savage/Stevens
22-410 for sale. Regards Brian firstname.lastname@example.org
I recently acquired a J. Stevens single shot 410 pistol
and would like to find out more information about the company and
the gun in specific. There is no model # on the gun but it is stamped
with J. Stevens Arms company Chicopee falls, mass. USA. and on the
other side has 410 gauge only.
Attached are a couple of pictures of the gun. Any information would
be much appreciated. Blair USA
In 1920 J.Stevens became part of Savage Arms
for a history).
See :- The
Stevens Off-Hand Shotgun and Auto-Shot pistol, by Marshall Williams
|I'm looking for a Stevens .410,
Model 94C, single-barrel, top-lever and hammer.
|I have a 59A , 410 model shotgun
from stevens/savage arms thats around 50 plus years old. I'm
trying to find someone that might have a sling in great condition
for sale. the one that came originally with it is in bad shape. if
you have any imformation on this type sling, please contact me by
email at JORSAMMEL@AOL.COM
thank you in advance
|I just inherited a Steven's Model
59A 410 bolt action shotgun. It's in really great condition and
I was just wondering what were the price ranges on this model?
|I am looking for info on a 22-410
over under rifle Made by Stevens...please Help!
I have a Stevens firearm that is marked J. Stevens Arms
and Tool Co. on the receiver.The receiver is solid without a side
plate. The barrel is marked 44 shot, has a bead sight and is 26
inches long. It's a lever action single shot. Any info on this gun
would be greatly appreciated.
I have a 1940's Stevens Model 240 shotgun. Over&under. 2
triggers and 2 ambers. Good condition. Would like to know the value
I have a J. Stevens Arms Company 22-410 O/U. I need a new
stock for it. I put some kind of stock glue it about a year ago,
but it broke again. It is broke below the trigger. There is a synthetic
stock on it now. I would like a wood stock for it if possible. If
you could help me, e-mail me at email@example.com.
Past on from grandather a 59A bolt action 410 stevens,i
hunted for years with it now its time for some repairs.before i
can pass it on mostly a few worn out parts can anyone help on this
thanks john dickey salem ohio. firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm looking for information on a single-shot .410 Stevens Arms
Company shotgun. Text on top of the barrel reads "Patented August
12, 1913" and "410 Bore or 12 M-M". No model number that I can find,
just Stevens Arms Co. trademark/patent info on one side and their
address on the other. Any information on it's history and value
would be appreciated. Thanks! email@example.com
Since this post, I've found out
a couple things, but none of them shed too much light onto this
I did find what appears at least to be a model number - 512 CO -
stamped on various parts of the gun. Now, the problem in that lies
in the fact that there was no model 512, so it doesn't help too
Someone also mentioned that prior to being bought by Savage in 1920,
Stevens guns were stamped with "J. Stevens Arms & Tools Company".
After they were bought, the name stamped on the guns was "J. Stevens
Arms Company", which was discontinued in the late 1940's. My gun
has the latter stamping, so I guess that places it's manufacture
between 1920 and the late 40's - nice to know, but still... Would
like to find out why a model 512 CO isn't listed anywhere.
|I have a single shot 410 3in stevens
(by savage) model 950 full size rifle. I would appreciate any
info anyone could provide about this specific model (950); such as
year made. Thanks,
I am trying to get an idea of what a Stevens 22/410 over/under,
Stevens savage arms corp. is worth. Any help appreciated. Sincerely,
I just bought one in real nice shape for
under $250, and have seen a number of the Savage model 24s in that
price range. My brother in law who has been a BIG shotgun collector
for decades has told me that this is one a good gun to buy now and
hold on to for a a while as they are just starting to become collectibles,
more so than the other combinations like the 30/30 over 12 guage.
This is a great little gun.
|I am trying to find savage
co. four ten barrel inserts to convert 28 ga. to .410 . these inserts
were made by savage some years ago. they were named the FOUR-TENNER.
| I am interested in purchasing a Stevens
Model 311 H .410 gage side by side shotgun ,and I was wondering
if anyone could give me some details on the gun.
Does anyone know the approximate age of this gun. Also what would
be the details on a 311 A?
I looking for the approximate years the H and A were made and if Savage
Arms or Stevens produced the gun. Is the gun a collector or not? Please
let me know if you have any details.
Sincerely, JohnB ABANDJB2001@cs.com
|Savage .410 Can you help me
find a manual. We found a shotgun in my mother - in law's garage.
It appears functional but we would like to find a manual. Any help
you can provide would be appreciated. Thank you CoolyoTy@aol.com