6 years ago#1
rustyham
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i have a stevens mod. 335 double barrel 12 gauge needs a stock. is it worth persuing? made march 17, 1907

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6 years ago#2
kim32321
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hi rustyham,

If it is marked "J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co" it was made before 1920 and, of course, after the 1907 patent date. If it has exposed hammers and twist or damascus barrels, it's primary value is as a mantle decoration (probably $125-$150), but if it is hammerless with fluid steel barrels and 2 3/4" chambers, it could still be a shooter ($250+/-) if checked and approved by a competent gunsmith. JMHO,

Kim

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6 years ago#3
rustyham
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thanks for the info it is the hameerless model. r/h

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6 years ago#4
Don
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I, too, have a J.Stevens Model 335 double barrel hammerless that needs a stock. Did you ever find a stock for yours? If so, where can I go to get a replacement stock? This gun belonged to my grandfather and may have been used by my great uncle to kill a man. Legend has it that grandfather broke the stock by hitting the gun against a tree when he found out his brother had shot a man with it.

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5 years ago#5
John Willforth
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I have a J Stevens Model 335 serial # 25160 that
needs both the barrels and a stock. My biggest need
is for the barrels. What are you asking for your's without a stock? <email>

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5 years ago#6
Bill
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I too have a Stevens 335 hammerless 30" dbl, March 19, 1907 with a great stock but would be interested in the barrels. Anyone want to sell the barrels?

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5 years ago#7
THE GOULD
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Macon Gunstocks has what you are looking for. They are fully inletted and need minor fit and finish. I just ordered stock and forend from there. Good luck.

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5 years ago#8
bigcurt
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might also try gunparts corp here http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Default.aspx
bigcurt

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5 years ago#9
WDinsmore
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3 years ago#10
Ken
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Try Gunstocks Inc. out of Iowa. They have quite a selection of semi finished stocks.

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2 years ago#11
darren
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there are a set of barrel on ebay today..

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2 years ago#12
john
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do you still have your j stevens model 335 double barrel i'm looking for the wood.john

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2 years ago#13
harley
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i have the full gun the barrels r perfect and it has its org stock in fair cond will take 500.00

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