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P Stevens .22 1913 rifle Been working on cleaning up a 26 Crackshot. Firing is as simple as loading the blank, closing the action, disengaging the safety, cocking the hammer, and pulling the trigger. I have found out some more about this rifle. I get reliable ignition, but it looks like someone clipped the finished ends of the mainspring. With the arrow in place, breaking open the action reveals a chamber for a proprietary. I figure mine is around 1903, but I am not too sure.

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American Hunter I am no expert, but a little knowledgeable. Based on personal experiences , there are 2 common problems you’ll likely encounter with higher pressure ammo. I have looked everywhere for one of these thinking it would be a nice plinker in 17hmr. If the lever will stay up on an empty chamber the headspace is good, if not it is usually very easy to remedy by replacing the roller on the lever lock screw with a slightly thicker walled one. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you’re a novice or a pro. The other was a 26 which was a under lever type.

Traditions Performance Firearms Introduces .22/17HMR CALIBER Crackshot Rifle A drop of Lok-Tite blue will hold it and allow adjustment over time. Load the blank as you would a traditional break-action gun, and cock the hammer to fire. We work hard to bring the best gun discussion! When it came into my hands it could still shoot very well when it wasn’t blowing off the cartridge end and I burned a lot of ammo through it — ,22 long rifle, which may have been a bit strong for the aged beast. I still have not found much value information. Unfortunately, the block didn’t always close securely about the cartridge end, and when that happened, the cartridge would blow off the rear end and the flash and noise was unmerciful — I know, it happened to me more than once. Thanks to all those who have written. If you’d like to contact him you can send me your email address and I will forward it on to him.

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J. Stevens Crackshot .22 Long Rifle We know it was built in Massachusetts and on the Savage Arms website we did find some info on the Savage-Stevens Arms Co. Also if you need info on your guns there are several books that are very helpful and have all the info you need. Fire just one round of target ammunition and inspect the case about half way to the mouth for a bulge caused by excessive use of shorts. The Crackshot is lighweight and easy to carry making it a great truck gun or great for beginners. No, we cannot buy weapons of…. Old gun ads are also very helpful because Stevens either kept very poor records or the records were destroyed. This rifle is great for plinking and small game hunting! This model has a synthetic black stock and blued finish on the barrel and frame.

American Hunter The built-in extractor allows you to easily remove a cartridge. We are interested in finding out more about it. 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 was also just learning to use my new digital camera when I took those pictures so the actual pictures are pretty big. This is the link to the patent drawings and description for the Crack Shot 26, patented on April 22, 1913.

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J. Stevens Crackshot .22 Long Rifle Gunsmiths know much more about the process, and money spent is more than worth it in the resale value of the gun. Never know, the last time it was afield your Great Grandfather may have brought home dinner for the family with it. Mostly due to the sheer number manufactured. My comments are in italics. The problem with using higher pressured ammo isn’t necessarily more wear on the mechanism. Keep an eye on Guns.

Info I’ve Discovered I’m curious as to how much you paid for your gun? I have suppressed the names and e-mail address of those who have written and shared, just in case they preferred to remain anonymous. Your gun does not have the original pieces to operate which is clear fron the pictures. Jay Kemmel also has a book out. My son just got it from his Grandpa. Does anyone know anything about these rifles? On mine, it never really worked well anyway and I usually had to use a pen knife to get the cartridge case out. A straight grip wood butt stock and small forearm was standard.

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Traditions Announces XBR Crackshot .22LR Rifle, Arrow Launching Combo This lightweight rifle is easy to carry and built to travel. This light weight takedown rifle was manufactured for 28 years and finally discontinued in 1939. One fellow wrote me that he recently bought one at a flea market. Photo: Traditions Firearms of Connecticut announced the May release of an entirely new line of rimfire rifles, the Crackshot. They made two model crack shots a model 26 which was lever operated and the 16 which was operated with the thumb piece on the right side of the breech.

Stevens Crack Shot Heck, most folks remove rust during the life of a rifle, so theres more than likely quite a few that had rust removed during it’s lifetime. Parts don’t interchange of course. For example if the falling block table misses the extractor and if there is. Now look for a bulge at the rim where it contacted the extractor. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! You see, the extractor is part of the chamber, and is cut to shape with the chambering reamer. If I can get anymore info I will let you know. The stock is a nice walnut, in great shape.

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J. Stevens Crackshot .22 Long Rifle











P Stevens .22 1913 rifle

Been working on cleaning up a 26 Crackshot. Firing is as simple as loading the blank, closing the action, disengaging the safety, cocking the hammer, and pulling the trigger. I have found out some more about this rifle. I get reliable ignition, but it looks like someone clipped the finished ends of the mainspring. With the arrow in place, breaking open the action reveals a chamber for a proprietary. I figure mine is around 1903, but I am not too sure.

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American Hunter

I am no expert, but a little knowledgeable. Based on personal experiences , there are 2 common problems you’ll likely encounter with higher pressure ammo. I have looked everywhere for one of these thinking it would be a nice plinker in 17hmr. If the lever will stay up on an empty chamber the headspace is good, if not it is usually very easy to remedy by replacing the roller on the lever lock screw with a slightly thicker walled one. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you’re a novice or a pro. The other was a 26 which was a under lever type.

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Traditions Performance Firearms Introduces .22/17HMR CALIBER Crackshot Rifle

A drop of Lok-Tite blue will hold it and allow adjustment over time. Load the blank as you would a traditional break-action gun, and cock the hammer to fire. We work hard to bring the best gun discussion! When it came into my hands it could still shoot very well when it wasn’t blowing off the cartridge end and I burned a lot of ammo through it — ,22 long rifle, which may have been a bit strong for the aged beast. I still have not found much value information. Unfortunately, the block didn’t always close securely about the cartridge end, and when that happened, the cartridge would blow off the rear end and the flash and noise was unmerciful — I know, it happened to me more than once. Thanks to all those who have written. If you’d like to contact him you can send me your email address and I will forward it on to him.

Advertisement

J. Stevens Crackshot .22 Long Rifle

We know it was built in Massachusetts and on the Savage Arms website we did find some info on the Savage-Stevens Arms Co. Also if you need info on your guns there are several books that are very helpful and have all the info you need. Fire just one round of target ammunition and inspect the case about half way to the mouth for a bulge caused by excessive use of shorts. The Crackshot is lighweight and easy to carry making it a great truck gun or great for beginners. No, we cannot buy weapons of…. Old gun ads are also very helpful because Stevens either kept very poor records or the records were destroyed. This rifle is great for plinking and small game hunting! This model has a synthetic black stock and blued finish on the barrel and frame.

Advertisement

American Hunter

The built-in extractor allows you to easily remove a cartridge. We are interested in finding out more about it. 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 was also just learning to use my new digital camera when I took those pictures so the actual pictures are pretty big. This is the link to the patent drawings and description for the Crack Shot 26, patented on April 22, 1913.

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J. Stevens Crackshot .22 Long Rifle

Gunsmiths know much more about the process, and money spent is more than worth it in the resale value of the gun. Never know, the last time it was afield your Great Grandfather may have brought home dinner for the family with it. Mostly due to the sheer number manufactured. My comments are in italics. The problem with using higher pressured ammo isn’t necessarily more wear on the mechanism. Keep an eye on Guns.

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Info I’ve Discovered

I’m curious as to how much you paid for your gun? I have suppressed the names and e-mail address of those who have written and shared, just in case they preferred to remain anonymous. Your gun does not have the original pieces to operate which is clear fron the pictures. Jay Kemmel also has a book out. My son just got it from his Grandpa. Does anyone know anything about these rifles? On mine, it never really worked well anyway and I usually had to use a pen knife to get the cartridge case out. A straight grip wood butt stock and small forearm was standard.

Advertisement

Traditions Announces XBR Crackshot .22LR Rifle, Arrow Launching Combo

This lightweight rifle is easy to carry and built to travel. This light weight takedown rifle was manufactured for 28 years and finally discontinued in 1939. One fellow wrote me that he recently bought one at a flea market. Photo: Traditions Firearms of Connecticut announced the May release of an entirely new line of rimfire rifles, the Crackshot. They made two model crack shots a model 26 which was lever operated and the 16 which was operated with the thumb piece on the right side of the breech.

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Stevens Crack Shot

Heck, most folks remove rust during the life of a rifle, so theres more than likely quite a few that had rust removed during it’s lifetime. Parts don’t interchange of course. For example if the falling block table misses the extractor and if there is. Now look for a bulge at the rim where it contacted the extractor. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! You see, the extractor is part of the chamber, and is cut to shape with the chambering reamer. If I can get anymore info I will let you know. The stock is a nice walnut, in great shape.

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