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J Stevens A@T Co. April 17 1894

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by Tim60, May 13, 2009.

  1. Tim60

    Tim60 New Member

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  2. trickyrick

    trickyrick Member

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    caliber is probably .32 cal. there were 15 models listed as .32 cal rifles. 75-100 in poor to 400-500 in excelent. 25 21 (or 2e 21) is model #.
     

  3. hrf

    hrf Well-Known Member

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    The .25-21 cartridge was a Stevens centerfire round, a straight-walled case like a .22 Hornet without the bottle-neck. While the photo looks like a Stevens Favorite model, it must be a Model 44, which is larger and heavier. The current Flayderman's lists value as $450 in very good condition, but gun in photo looks less than that. No rear sight is visible, but has a hooded front sight, and may have had a tang sight now missing?
     
    Last edited: May 17, 2009
  4. trickyrick

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    i stand corrected. just did a web search to see what i could find, thanks hrf for steppin up.