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When was the Stevens Model 94 made?

When was the Stevens Model 94 made?

The Stevens Model 94 was made in various letter designations from 1937 to 1984. Any of them made before 1968, as I understand it, had no serial numbers, making them pretty much impossible to date.

What is a Stevens 12 gauge shotgun worth?

SAVAGE ARMS STEVENS shotgun PRICE AND HISTORICAL VALUE A SAVAGE ARMS STEVENS shotgun is currently worth an average price of $298.36 new and $297.82 used . The 12 month average price is $309.44 new and $293.13 used.

Who makes Stevens 12 gauge shotgun?

Savage Arms Stevens 320
Savage Arms Stevens 320 12-Gauge Pump Action Shotgun.

How old is my Stevens double barrel shotgun?

The Savage/Stevens date code is a very small oval, usually on the underside of the receiver on doubles. Inside that oval is a very small number and letter. The letter is the year of manufacture.

What is a Tenite stock?

Tenite was used by Savage Arms Company as a stock material for commercial firearms in the World War II era when walnut wood was reserved for military arms production. The 15,000 Savage Model 24 .22/.410 combo rifle/shotguns issued for the E series of aviator survival kits 1942-1945 had Tenite stocks.

Can a Stevens 320 shoot 3 inch shells?

The 3-inch chamber will accept either 2 3/4 or 3 inch 12-gauge shells, and the magazine will hold up to four shells, though a plug is provided in order to limit capacity to two.

What gauge is a Stevens 320?

12 Gauge
The Stevens 320 shotguns are well-built imported models carefully selected for their performance and value and provide many features only found on more expensive models….MPN: 19486.

Caliber/Gauge 12 Gauge
Capacity 5+1
Action Pump
Barrel Length 18.5″

What size shells does a Stevens 320 use?

Is the Stevens Model 77E pump action shotgun for sale?

Description: We are offering for sale a Stevens Model 77E pump action shotgun chambered in 12GA. for 2 ¾” shells. This gun remains very good; The stock was shortened as this was either a youth gun or a gun modified for a woman. LOP is 13 ½”. Gun remains in very good condition. 21″ barrel; Barrel bluing as turned brown; dark grey.

What kind of shotgun is the Model 77E?

It was a short-barreled pump-action shotgun known variously as the “trench” or “riot” shotgun in 12 gauge. The Military Model 77E had a noticeably shorter stocks than similar United States military shotguns built by Ithaca Gun Company, Remington Arms, and Winchester Repeating Arms Company.

How much did Savage Stevens charge for shotguns?

Four companies bid for the contract, with Savage Stevens being the lowest at $31.50 per shotgun, followed by High Standard at $33.25, Ithaca at $38.11 and Remington at $55.43. Stevens was actually overbid on the shotguns, as their actual charge to the government was $33.51 each.

Is the Ithaca Model 37 better than the Stevens 77E?

The Model 77E gave satisfactory service, but proved less durable than the Ithaca Model 37. Breakage at the point of attachment of the buttstock to the receiver was the most common complaint. Though the Model 77E is most widely known for its Vietnam era military version the longer barrel civilian versions were, and still are very popular shotguns.