Stevens 425 High Power

Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by vintageautomobilia, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. SMA

    SMA New Member

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    As you can tell I'm new to this, sorry. I have a 425 high power for the .25 Rem. Anybody know how to get the date of manufacture? Serial number 2431, thanks.
     
  2. Cross-sticks

    Cross-sticks New Member

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    Hi I just picked one up. no wood but the rifle is in beautiful shape in 35 Rem.
     

  3. Cornhusker

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    Got one in 35 Rem, #1662
     
  4. jmfalco

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    Just saw a 425 at a gun show in Nampa Idaho. Caliber was 30 30 Remington and serial # is 1985.


    Jack.
     
  5. JTJ

    JTJ Well-Known Member Supporter

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    There is a registry for them online. Appears they were mfg 1910-1917.
     
  6. jmfalco

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    I just went back to the gun show and bought #1985. It.s in good shape except for a screw and a pin in the but stock on either side of the tang. Some sort of repair?

    Jack
     
  7. jmfalco

    jmfalco New Member

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    Does anybody know if Peter is still around?
     
  8. jerry B

    jerry B New Member

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    I am new to this forum and entered to list my stevens 425 high power 30-30 in good condition serial number 4838. I believe I have seen a post for one with a serial number 4837. Thanks
     
  9. jmfalco

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    I'm glad you revised this thread, it seems to have died for a while.

    For those interested, I talked to Peter about a year ago. He is still around but was having some health problems. I hope he gets back to monitoring this forum. I know he is on other forums too keeping track of the 425 serial #s. Anybody have any newer news?
     
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  10. Shasta

    Shasta New Member

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    I recently inherited a Steven's 425 in .35 Remington. Serial number 2292. Looks to be in great shape but have not had time to shoot it.
     
  11. PNW Skipper

    PNW Skipper New Member

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    New member. Just purchased a 425 in .30-30 Rem. Serial number is 2250. Don't know its history, so don't know if it might have been reported previously.

    Does anyone know if the list being assembled by the original poster is available publicly (preferably on line)? Or what other forums (as mentioned above) one might find other replies on? Thanks for any info you can provide.

    BTW, I am still looking for a High Power in .35 Rem if anyone has one they want to part with, or wants to trade for mine in .30-30 Rem.
     
  12. Edson R. M. Vieira

    Edson R. M. Vieira New Member

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    Eu tenho um Stevens, 425 HP, em 32 Rem.
    O número é 4661, moro no Brasil.

    EDIT: Translation by C3 (Edson is Brazilian)

    I have a Stevens, 425 HP, in 32 Rem.
    The number is 4661, I live in Brazil.

    Obrigado, Edson
     
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  13. Ian Smith

    Ian Smith New Member

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    Hi Peter. Just had a 1910 35 cal stevens arms 425 high powered rifle psssed down that was my great grandfathers, is there a serial number on the gun? Saw your post on this gun! Ian
     
  14. Lloyd woodman

    Lloyd woodman New Member

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    I found your page looking for a buttstock that is in serviceable condition. My rifle is in 30-30 cal. serial #2357. Hopefully someone here knows of one or even a replica..
     
  15. PNW Skipper

    PNW Skipper New Member

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    You might try these guys for new or used:https://gun-parts.com/savagestocks/