It all depends on the condition and model of the rifle. Daisy has made several versions of the Single Shot. The model "A" Single Shot, model "C No1", model "C No2" and the "Sentinel Single Shot". Most were made in the early 1900's. Can you Identify your model?
What is the value of a Stevens model 940b 16 gauge single shot? And when was it made?
The Stevens model 44 ideal single shot rifle was made from 1894-1932.The model 44 1/2 Stevens single shot was made from 1903-1916.
The savage model 94 single shot shotgun was made between the years 1926-1945,with a total production of 934,000 guns made.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description to include who made it.
The best that I can do,is say that the stevens arms company made the no.35 off-hand shotgun,which was a single shot handgun that was made from 1923-1935.
what is the value of a single shot12 gage model 200 marlin.To the best of my knowledge Marlin only made the model 60 single shot shotgun.These were made in 1923.Their value is between 60-100 dollars.
Need a detailed description of all markings and features.
The Stevens 1915 Favorite is not a pump-action rifle. It is a single-shot. First we need to figure out which model you actually have. firstname.lastname@example.org
"Pistol" is used to refer to revolvers, semi-automatics, or muzzle-loading/cap-&-ball handguns. Savage has made several types of pistols over the years, including semi-automatic and single shot pistols. Savage continues to make the "Striker" single shot bolt-action hunting / target pistol. If you are referring to Savage's famous semi-automatic pistols made in the early 20th century, they were made as follows: model 1907, .32 caliber -- 1908-1920 model 1907, .380 caliber -- 1913-1920 model 1915, .32 caliber -- 1915-1916 (the "hammerless" model) model 1915, .380 caliber -- 1915-1917 (the "hammerless" model) model 1917, .32 caliber -- 1920-1926 (replaced the model 1907) model 1917, .380 caliber -- 1920-1928 (replaced themodel 1907) Savage also made prototype .45 and .25 semi-automatics during this period, but these never entered production. In the 1960s, Savage made single shot "western" .22 pistol (the model 101) that looked like a revolver; this was discontinued about 1968.