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I just bought a 58b and found the magazine at numrich gun parts.

Q: Where to find a magazine for a Stevens model 58B?

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There are many sequences with this property: The sequence with every term equal to 0 has this property. In fact the sequence can be anything you like as long you make sure the 58th term is the sum of the first 10 terms. A more specific case: If you are dealing with an arithmetic sequence, i.e. a sequence of the form s(n)=a+bn for constants a and b, we can derive a relationship between a and b: s(1)+s(2)+...+s(10)=10a+55b and s(58)=a+58b From this, it follows that if s(1)+s(2)+...+s(10)=s(58), then we have 10a+55b=a+58b, which implies that 3a=b. Again, there are infinitely many sequences with this property, but if it is an arithmetic sequence, it will be of the general form s(n)=a+3an=a(3n+1)

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value of stevens 410 58b

Manufactured between 1933 and 1945.

The savage/stevens model 58 was made during the years 1933-1945.

Numrich Arms. www.e-gunparts.com

The value of a Stevens 58b bolt action 410 gauge gun which is pre-1968 depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 40.00 and 100.00 as of 2014.

I would start my search at Numrich gun parts corp.they may be found on the web.I would also look at gun broker.com.under parts.

Try e-gunparts.com

The Model 58B bolt action shotgun was produced by Sears Roebuck and Company and is typically from the mid-20th century. The value of a Model 58B in good condition can range from $150 to $300, depending on the specific model year and any modifications. Itβs recommended to have the gun appraised by a professional to get an accurate value.

I just bought a nice specimen for $100.00. Don't know age ...YET

Started production in 1937 and continued to 1981's. The older models had plain stock(smooth) and the newer models had the checkered pattern on stock.

You need a gunsmith.

Try www.gunbroker.com, or Auctionarms.com. Look under shootguns, bolt action. They pop up from time to time. Bob