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Old 03-28-2013, 08:48 PM   #171
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ok how about #3087 in 25 rem

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Default Stevens 425

STEVENS 425
S/N 1206
30-30 Rem
22" barrel

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Old 04-25-2013, 02:57 AM   #173
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Default Stevens High Power 425 in 35 cal

I have #3448 in 35 cal. The gun is in great shape and I may be willing to sale. Please contact me at flewton@gmail.com if interested.

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Hello There, I've got number 4188 in 35 remington. Shot a 12 point buck with it in Eastern Ontario 2 years ago. Rifle still looks like it came from the factory.
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Hello, I'm new to this world of forums. I have a Stevens High Power 425 30-30. The model is 1535. It also has Pat. Mar. 15.29.1910 on the barrel. Can you tell me is the date of production? The rifle is in very good condition. I can't wait to shoot it. Thanks
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Thanks for the info. We have added you serial number to our list. (The rifle serial number in your quote #4188 is already on our list.

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Thanks. We've added it.

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ok how about #3087 in 25 rem
#3087 in .25 Rem is already on our list, but thanks.

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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.
Thanks for your info. I have added your rifle's serial number and caliber to our list. Your rifle is an early one (#1021 is still the earliest number we have found).

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[QUOTE=schristie;854363]Peter,
I just bought another 425 at auction through GunBroker. It was located in New Hampshire. Many of these guns seem to be in New England which somewhat makes sense. They were manufactured in Massachusetts. I own two now. This one is in 35 Rem, serial #4309. My other one is in 30 Rem, serial #2262 which I provided to you last year. That rifle is in 95% original condition. 4309 probably sat in someone's attic for 50 years and had a coating of rust and some pitting, the trigger touches the lever, and someone had done a poor job of trying to refinish the stock. However, the action is still very strong, still has a good bore and in god mechanical condition overall. We're fortunate to have a premier gunsmith and firearms restorer in St. Petersburg, FL where I live. His work is on a par with Turnbull. It's going to be costly but I've turned him loose to restore the 425. I also beat out some folks at another auction awhile back to acquire the Marbles tang sight (V7) that specifically goes with the 425. The end result should be a very cool gun.
How many do you have documented now and what are the lowest and highest numbers?
Steve Christie[/[/B]

Hi Everyone,
Here's an update:
41 in #1000-1999
36 2000-2999
42 3000-3999
38 4000-4999
20 5000-5999
177 rifles total -- the lowest number is still 1021 and the highest is still 5594.
The scarcest caliber is .32 Rem and the most popular is .30 Rem

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Can anyone tell me anything about a carbine version of the Stevens 425 High Power? 425-C is stamped on the gun, it has a saddle ring, and the magazine goes all the way forward. Has anyone ever seen one?

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