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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5591

Question:

I have a Stevens Arm Company Chicopee Falls, Mass pistol. 22 caliber 6" barrel with the last 2" w/ a hexagon top. Single shot - it has a encircled 4 on the barrel and on the top of the handle that fits into the barrel. serial #35471 barrel and frame is porous material w/ a wooden handle - cannot find any info on year - any info would be appreciated. Thanking you in advance. Travis

Answer:

Not sure what you have from your description, could be a Stevens No. 43 22 caliber rimfire with 6" or 10" part-octagonal barrel. There were 95,000 of these manufactured between 1886 and 1916. They retail at $150 in fair condition.

Submitted By: Travis Slaugh On: 1/13/2004 9:37:10 PM

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