When did the Stevens 820b shotgun come out?

When did the Stevens 820b shotgun come out?

This date code originated in 1949 and is as follows: A = 1949, B = 1950, C = 1951, D = 1952, etc. Retail value for a gun in good or better condition would range from $125 to $200 depending on mechanical and bore condition and remaining original wood and metal finish.

What kind of shotgun is Stevens 12 gauge?

Stevens Model 620 TD 12 gauge trench shotgun – US marked. This gun is in excellent working order, and the bore is shiney as new. The wood is very good with no missing pieces or cracks.

When did Savage Arms take over Stevens Arms?

STEVENS ARMS CO., J. All Models :: Gun Values by Gun Digest In 1864, this firm began doing business as J. Stevens & Company. In 1888, it was incorporated as J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company. It operated as such until 1920, when it was taken over by Savage Arms Company. It has operated as an independent division in this organization since.

How much does a Stevens Arms gun cost?

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When did the Savage Model 820 shotgun come out?

Most Savage/Stevens firearms were not serialized until the GCA of 1968. Your shotgun is in the $100 range at best. JMHO… The Stevens Model 820 was made between 1949 and 1954. The Savage date code consisting of a letter and one or two numbers in a 1/4″ circle may be stamped on the receiver or the barrel near the receiver.

Is it worth buying a pump action shotgun?

Yes. Pump actions are popular because they are powerful, reliable and affordable. In fact most very good pump action shotguns can be had for a price of less than $500. Pump actions have been the common man’s gun from their very invention.

Can a pump shotgun have a detachable magazine?

Pump shotguns with detachable box magazines or even drums exist, and may or may not allow the magazine to be inserted without stripping the top round. Nearly all pump-actions use a back-and-forward motion of the forend to cycle the action.