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Stevens 22 short-long or long rifle

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Old 03-08-2010, 02:35 AM   #1
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Default Stevens 22 short-long or long rifle

i picked this up from my grandfather and its missing the end for the tube mag. i dont know what year it is either. it says " visible loading repeater from chicopee falls MASS."and behind the trigger is stamped y 811, any one know the possible year and model and another site to pick up the missing part. i know i posted here once before but dont have the links any more and i uploaded some pics this time as well
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:02 AM   #2
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Default Whats the age on stevens Mod. ? 70?

Made Between 1907 to the 1930's. Value $150 to $200 in fair condition. Good luck finding the Tube. Wills in da swamp in La. God bless
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Looks alot like a Winchester Model 90. Wonder if the magazine tube is the same diameter? Doesn't Taurus make a clone? Wonder if that would fit? Probably would have to be cut down in length though!
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It is a J. Stevens No.70 Visible Loading, slide action rifle. You might give Jack First Inc. in Rapid City, So. Dakota a try. There are others, but they are usually my first go to for obsolete parts.......

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any way to narrow down the date of the rifle. i have looked and seen that alot of these same guns have serial numbers that are 4-5 numbers long and mine is y811. does that mean that it is a earlier model?I am just really curious about the date now

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Nice old gun, I used to have one years ago. Try gun accessory safe self defense at, they may have one.

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