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I found an old Steves Junior single shot,model-11- 22 long rifle pat.July 7 1907-- no sn. J.Stevens arms co Chicopee Falls Mass U.S.A. 14 on left side of barrel near the chamber. cant find info on it.HELP!!!! I found it at the landfill,in a pile of old scrap metal,no stock but the rest is all ok. :t :t
 

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From "2005 Standard Catalog of Firearms" by Ned Schwing;

No.11-Junior-This is a single shot, rolling block rifle chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge. 20" barrel, blue, and has a bore-type stock without buttplate. This was the last model offered in the Boy's Rifle series. Manufactured between 1924 and 1931.

From me; Does it look to have been in a fire? (no stock) Also, since you found it at the landfill, does the barrel appear straight. Just curious.

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Stevens model junior 11-22

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I found an old Steves Junior single shot,model-11- 22 long rifle pat.July 7 1907-- no sn. J.Stevens arms co Chicopee Falls Mass U.S.A. 14 on left side of barrel near the chamber. cant find info on it.HELP!!!! I found it at the landfill,in a pile of old scrap metal,no stock but the rest is all ok. :t :t
Ya never know. Check out # 6217. http://oldguns.net/cgi-bin/f2f/f2f.pl?http://oldguns.net/q&a8_03.htm
Good page to drool on. http://www.juranekauction.com/2003/111503/
Keep this page in your stevens folder for the future. http://www.e-gunparts.com/model.asp?idDept=241
use the 'find' feature under the edit button of your browser. enter 'junior' for this page. http://www.horstauction.com/Past Sales/sale20020202_gun_listing_prices.htm
Search term on this page to enter in 'find' under browser 'edit' button= 'stevens model 11' http://www.gabelguns.com/QuestionsAndAnswers/BrowseResults.asp?Page=7
 

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more info on model 11

I asked around at L.F.,found out the same day a reloding press and other "shop"tools came in from a house being cleaned out after "gramps" passed away. my bet is the stock not being on the gun,got used as fire wood and the rest is "junk". saw it before +will see it again :mad: :mad:
 
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