Where is J Stevens Arms Company in Chicopee Falls?

Where is J Stevens Arms Company in Chicopee Falls?

Springfield Arms Company; Chicopee Falls … read more Firearms Appraiser, Firear… Various law enforcement ac… Second opinion] I have a Stevens double barrel side by side 12 gauge shotgun with the stamp of H33842 stamped on many places. On the right side of … read more

Where was the J Stevens long rifle made?

I have a .410 pistol made by J. Stevens Arms Company in Chicopee Falls Mass. USA. Serial Number 23862. Can you tell me when it was made and any other details about it? … read more I have a Model 1915- 22 Long Rifle, From J. Stevens Arms Company in Chicopee Falls, Mass. Single shot, Lever action. Shoots accurate.

Who was the founder of Stevens Arms Company?

Stevens Arms was an American firearms manufacturer founded by Joshua Stevens in 1864 in Chicopee Falls, MA.

Where does the Stevens Model 311 rifle come from?

The only marking on it is Springsfield Arms company in … read more I inherited a rifle from my Father. It says its a Stevens I inherited a rifle from my Father. It says its a Stevens Model 311. It also says Savage Arms Corporation, Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. Would love to know more about the gun if anyone might know?

When was Stevens Arms bought by Savage Arms?

The company introduced the .22 Long Rifle round and made a number of rifle, shotgun, and target pistol designs. By 1902, they were advertising themselves as “the largest producers of sporting arms in the world”. They were purchased by New England Westinghouse on May 28, 1915, and again by Savage Arms on April 1, 1920.

What’s the serial number of a J Stevens rifle?

I have a J. Stevens Arms Company shot gun. It says J Stevens Arms Compant, Chicipee Falls, Mass U.S.A. 410 bore proof tested Model 58B 2/2 … read more Springfield – Manufactured by Stevens Arms Co. Chicopee Falls, Mass. – No visible serial number. … read more I have two rifles where I cannot find the serial #s. 1. Savage

What kind of shotgun did J Stevens make?

The No. 311 was used on two totally different guns, pre- and post WW-II. Shortly before WW-I the J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. introduced a cheaper double in 12- and 16-gauges as the Riverside No. 315.