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Springfield was a trade name used by J Stevens Arms Co. The name was used by Savage after they bought Stevens in 1920 but it was discontinued in 1948.
1960's-1970's. If it has a serial number it is post-1968. email@example.com
The Springfield 67 was made by Savage Arms from the late 1960's through the 1980's. If your gun has no serial number it was made prior to 1968. We have parts for this firearm, and can do any type of repair if needed. firstname.lastname@example.org According to Gun Trader's Guide, the Springfield name was discontinued in 1948.
Thomas S. Savage was born in 1804.
Thomas S. Savage died in 1880.
John S. Savage was born in 1841.
John S. Savage died in 1884.
The Springfield line was sold by Stevens/Savage from about 1920 until the 1940's. If you need a closer estimate of the age, you can get the Stevens Historian's address from savagearms.com and send him $15 and the serial number.
Contrary to what some believe, Springfield Arms was never a subsidary company of Cresent Arms. Springfeild Arms, like Cresent Arms, were both bought out by Stevens/Savage. Unlike the Cresent, Springfield manufacturing continued after the buy out. Some clarification: Springfield Arms Co was absorbed by Stevens very early, before 1900. Stevens continued to use the Springfield name on certain models of shotgun. Savage absorbed Stevens around 1930 or so, and continued to use the Springfield name on into the 1980's, generally on guns sold to mass-marketers. Crescent Firearms was originally an independent manufacturer that was bought by the major wholesale HD Folsom, which also eventually was absorbed by Savage.
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I also own springfield however it is a 5100. Now does savage, Stevens, or springfield make this sxs it is a little confusing, because there seems to be a few mft dates 1915 and post ww11 1950? helpAnswerThere are several different models of Springfield doubles, but they are all pretty much the same guns. Any utility double barrel in working condition is worth $150-$250. Less if it is a basket case and more if it is truly like new or 20 gauge or smaller. There is currently a Springfield Inc. and of course there was the US Springfield Armory, but neither of these had anything to do with Springfield shotguns. It was a trade name used first by Crescent probably as early as 1910. Stevens was bought by Savage in the 1920's and continued to make the Stevens tradenames as a semi-independent subsidiary. In the early 30's the Stevens division of Savage bought Crescent and several other small manufacturers and began making most of the Crescent trade names, too. The Springfield name was discontinued in 1948.
Springfield was a trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms division of Savage Arms from about 1920 to 1948. Savage-made firearms marketed under the Springfield brand name were prevalent at least into the 1960's. The Chicopee Falls marking on this shotgun indicates manufacture between 1946 and 1959. I have most, if not all, the Savage catalogs and factory parts manuals from 1920 forward and am having difficulty finding a '929' model... can you verify that model number? email@example.com
hi,i have a Springfield 16 ga pump,model 67 series B.In good condition its worth around $225 I have a 67 F 20 guage that had the original purchase tag when I bought it later on and it was originally bought new in the mid 60's. I have a Springfield Savage 410 pump and it's worth about $200.00.
The address of the Savage Branch Library is: 13090 Alabama Av S, Savage, 55378 4433
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Dont know that you can, exactly. Best estimate is early 1960's. firstname.lastname@example.org
Later version of the standard-pattern Model 87 series Savage/Stevens .22 semiauto rifle. Made millions of them. Yours was probably made in the 60's-70's. Value from $75-$100. email@example.com
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It looks like a Browning Auto 5, It was made by savage in the late 40's aluminum alloy frame, great shotgun I grew up shooting one, just as good as an Auto 5 and half the price or less. Although I own several belgen auto 5's I still shoot my 745C a lot
My son has a Springfield Savage Model 67H which was my father's. He recently took it to a gun shop to ask about getting the barrel blued. The shopsmith told him that that particular model of gun, and the fact that it's a Springfield Savage, was last made in either the 1930's or 1940's. He said that most collectors books don't even have them listed. As for the value of it, I found a site where someone has 1 for sale, called "good condition", and he's selling it for $139. For a gun that's about 60 years old, that's not much. It's my guess that the gunsmith really doesn't know when they were last made. I hope this is of some help to you. I can't find an exact period of production for the Model 67, but the Springfield name was last used by Savage in 1948. Watch the one on that website to see if it sells. I'd say it is over-priced by about 10% if it is only in NRA Good condition.
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