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Old 07-01-2012, 11:21 PM   #151
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Steve, congratulations on the v7 sight I was bidding on that and lost internet you have a nice sight.
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Old 07-02-2012, 01:23 PM   #152
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Starman,
I was glad to win but also felt badly for everyone who lost. I knew the other bidders were all 425 owners as well. I think we're all kind of passionate about our 425's. It was the first time I'd seena v7 come on the market. If it's any consolation, that sight is to become a focal point on a fully restored 425.
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Old 07-13-2012, 04:43 AM   #153
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Default Stevens Model 425

Found a Stevens Model 425 in the back of my safe amongst the Marlins and Winchesters, etc. today. Can't recall where or when I got it. Called a couple of the usual suspects but all deny that they sold it to me. I've enjoyed reading all the posts, so thought I'd throw in for the record.

Mine is a nice condition .32 Rem. Serial # 1045. (The "45" is double stamped.) Screws a bit buggered, but good wood and fully functional. (Though the lever safety doesn't function.) Blue finish still about a shiny 70%, and no significant pitting, and like all my old guns I'd like to shoot it, so any tips on ammo?

Regards to all, and particularly those who like to keep track of old iron.
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Old 07-15-2012, 08:42 AM   #154
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Mine is a nice condition .32 Rem. Serial # 1045. (The "45" is double stamped.) Screws a bit buggered, but good wood and fully functional. (Though the lever safety doesn't function.) Blue finish still about a shiny 70%, and no significant pitting, and like all my old guns I'd like to shoot it, so any tips on ammo?
http://www.ows-ammo.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=58_21&produ cts_id=147
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Old 07-15-2012, 02:19 PM   #155
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Default Stevens 425 High Power 25 Rem

Just acquired a 425 Hi Power in 25 Rem. Serial# in the 1300's. Will re check # as soon as I get back home and reply with correct#
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Old 07-15-2012, 03:48 PM   #156
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Hello Peter; Thought I would add this to your list: My son and I just ac quired: Stevens mod 425. All info on firearm:Serial#1306 Stevens high power 425 Pat Mar 15 29 1910. NICKEL STEEL on right side of barrel. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO Chicopee Falls Mass USA, cal 25 REM soft point on left side of barrel. A few nicks and two hairline cracks on stock. Blueing is approx 30-40%. I would classify "fair" condition. We just fired two rounds and action worked perfectly. Have no idea value. Will have checked out by gunsmith. Naturally we checked firearm very closely before firing. I would like more info on firearm if possible. New at this website, so I dont know if I am to give you my contact info or not on forum. Please advise. Hope this info helps you as you compile your list.
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:35 PM   #157
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I am looking for a parts rifle or a magazine tube assembly for a 25 rem caliber. Does anyone have these parts for sale? If so please send me a message
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:27 AM   #158
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Hi Peter, I just got a new 425 hp # 3963 . can't believe guy walked around gunshow with stevens in hard case no one ask what he was selling till he got to me . when he opened the case I picked it up and did not put it down till deal was done........ that's 2 now 35 rem
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Old 09-18-2012, 06:31 AM   #159
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Hi, I just looked at a Stevens model 425 serial #3457 in 35 REM. Hope this helps.
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Old 09-19-2012, 04:04 PM   #160
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I have a friend who has been a gunsmith for over 60 years. While visiting him the other day I mentioned the Model 425 search. He leaned over and pulled a barreled action out from under a bench. It is a Model 425 serial #1378 in 30-30 Rem.

No wood, no mag tube, and no firing pin, but the action works well and the bore looks to be at least good. Very little blue, but also almost no rust, and no pitting. He told me that some guy gave it to him probably 50 years ago, just as it exists today, and never came back.
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