I have a couple of Stevens Favorite Model 94 .22s that were once my father's. He acquired them in the early 1940s as a boy. One is a Stevens Favorite .22 pistol. Nine inch barrel--6 inch octagonal, 3 inch round. The sight folds up and down. Immediately to the rear of the sight on the top of the octagonal is the J. Stevens A&T Co. stamp. The .22-Long Rifle stamp is on the surface of the octagonal immediately counter-clockwise (looking forward from the breech) from the Co. stamp. Serial number under the lever is X 753. I also have have a Stevens Favorite Model 94 .22 rifle. Standard octagonal/round barrel. Rear sight is fixed. Immediately clockwise from the top of the octagonal is the J. Stevens A&T Co. stamp. Immedately counter-clockwise is the .22-Long Rifle stamp. Serial number under the lever is N 1. Can anybody give me any insights into what I have here?