How much is a Stevens single shot 12 gauge worth?

How much is a Stevens single shot 12 gauge worth?

Stevens 301 Single Shot Shotgun

1477469 (1477469) MPN: 22557 12 Gauge $149.99
1477470 (1477470) MPN: 22558 20 Gauge $149.99

What is a Stevens Model 320?

The Savage Stevens 320 12 Gauge Pump-Action Shotgun features a carbon steel barrel and a synthetic stock, both with a matte finish. The shotgun is designed with a pistol grip, a rotary bolt, dual slide bars and a bead sight. Tube magazine. 5-round capacity. Synthetic stock with a matte finish.

Is Stevens 320 a good gun?

Most Stevens 320 shotguns are designed with home defense in mind and come configured either with a traditional looking polymer stock or a tactical model with buttstock and pistol grip that is reminiscent of the AR-15. The Stevens 320 is a fantastic gun, and yes, it is out of the box ready if you want a bone stock gun.

What is the name of the Stevens pump action shotgun?

Stevens 520 and 620 shotguns. The Model 620/621, with a rounded receiver and takedown action, replaced the first models and proved a popular hardware store and catalog item for thirty years.

What kind of shotgun does Savage Stevens make?

Unknown Savage Stevens Model ? 12ga. Buttstock Riverside Arms / Stevens Model 520 / 620 12Ga. Pump Shotgun MAGAZINE TUBE J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO. STOCK forearm single shot 16 Ga NO RESERVE auction for a Forend Screw for a Savage Stevens Model 9478 single barrel Shotgun. 12GA.

Where can I buy a Stevens 12 gauge shotgun?

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When was the Stevens Model 520 shotgun made?

This article relies too much on references to primary sources. The Stevens Model 520 was a pump-action shotgun developed by John Browning and originally manufactured by the J Stevens Arms & Tool Company between 1909 and 1916.