. My comments are in italics. If it is missing, I wouldn't recommend shooting it since it leaves the lower end of the cartridge unsupported with probable noisy consequences. Were would i find parts for a stevens crackshot 26 in. If you cock the hammer, the lever will open the block.
I'll be ordering my Green mountain barrels tomorrow. Here is the problem, there is no barrel or fore arm. I have been looking at them for Christmas. I've received answers from a number of people who saw my website. I'll probably make one of them out of it. The gun would lead up pretty badly and the cure for that was to cork the breach and let vinegar stand in the barrel overnight, ha.
Comparing yours to mine here are a few differences: Mine is a Side Lever. Do you know how the extractor plunger engages the extractor? I'm down to some rifling and a lot of pitting. This may be remedied when I switch out the repaired lever and block. Only things missing now are the receiver screws but I believe they can be found. The action is missing some parts like the firing pin but I have been able to locate them on more than one site. Some of his work is not readily noticeable-I won't say undetectable, but you'd have to look for the reline.
Levers, falling blocks, hammer, Maybe a trigger? One fellow wrote me that he recently bought one at a flea market. Check out our eBay store for other items and deals! If you find a source to better estimate the value of earlier crack shots I would really like to know more. The trigger screw was the only screw we could not get out, so I put all of the parts in penetrating oil and will let it work for a few days before attempting it again. Bob's Gun Shop, Stevens Obsolete Rifle Parts, Stevens Rifle Sights,Stevens Rile Stocks, Stevens Rifle Butt Plates, Stevens Obsolete Rifle Barrels, Springfield 22 Autromatic Rifle Parts, Stevens Bolt action rifle Parts, Stevens Signle shot Rifle Parts, Bob's Gun Shop Inc. However, shipping cost depends on the weight of the Multiple Items Purchased. However, shipping cost depends on the weight of the Multiple Items Purchased. I cleared the barrel and started cleaning and cleaning and cleaning.
The earlier model 16 with the side lever and the later model 26 crackshot with a bottom lever, like a Stevens favorite 1915. But, a thing is as valuable as what someone will pay for it, ha. The trigger had 90% of the material missing on the backside where the screw goes and the trigger spring was so bent it looked like it was two pieces. Does anyone know where I can get a new barrel assembly for the Stevens Crack Shot model 26? What you see is what you get. . Hi Loren -- Actually, you are the first one who has made an effort to contact me concerning the Stevens rifle on my web pages so I don't have much more info than what you saw. I read that even the receiver screws are hard to replace because even those varied in their head thicknesses among models variations.
Any assistance would be aprreciated. A sketch of the extractor would be nice also I'm thinking that the lug to hold the barrel on will need to be dovetailed into the barrel then soldered on? The gun was manufactured by Stevens and sold through Western Auto stores. I will be more then happy to help you out and email you info on what you need I have a good reference library available on Stevens. From what I saw, the extractor didn't push the spent cartridge out very far, which is why the original owner made the extractor tool. I do not know the exact model. Sir, Read your inquiry and responses with great interest. Thought this would be cool to restore mostly for sentimental reasons.
If you have written the entire company name as it appears on the gun, it was made sometime after 1920 when Stevens was bought by Savage Arms and before about 1948 when the Stevens line was discontinued. As with all new parts. I hope this has helped you in your quest of info. I suspect the lever is not original. I am guessing this is due the repair made by the original owner. Your photos were the first I'd seen of its likes since then and I'd often wished I still had it. Luckily the parts I purchased came with new pins.
Stevens also made rifles for Sears and Montgomery Wards and put their brand names on them. I have a Stevens Savage 22 bolt action single shot… Either the barrel or receiver would have to be drilled and tapped or some form of barrel clamp would be required to hold the scope. I am no expert, but a little knowledgeable. I wanted to know if it is worth anything? Who would have thought that this would have cleaned up so nice? Thanks in advance, ~Wes~ I started cleaning up the first receiver today. I'm rebuilding a 1889 Favorite right now!! The only disadvantage I can see is that it would be difficult to break down.