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Stevens arms , Springfield double 16 SOLD pf

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This is a real nice clean 16 ga. marked Springfield.Stevens arms. Very nice case hardened receiver,bores are excellent nice and shiny. Wood is good no cracks or severe damage.Gun has no serial number.

 

340.00  + 20.00 to ship  to FFL

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How long are the barrels any work done to it?

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19 minutes ago, Sandhills Dude said:

How long are the barrels any work done to it?

28" bbls  never been touched

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No serial number? Seems like there should be one somewhere on it

 

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Looks like some numbers forward of the trigger guard. But pic not quite clear enough to tell for sure.

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1 hour ago, gard72977 said:

I will take this

Larry

Its yours Gard 72977

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21 hours ago, LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L said:

Stevens/Springfield from 1940 to 1968 were not numbered.

 

Stevens serial numbers 

Just curious, how would you do a FFL transfer if there are no serial numbers?

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The FFL holder would enter either "NSN", "N/A" or "None" in the block for serial number.  Prior to GCA '68, US firearms were not required to have serial numbers.

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I did find the serial number,as I started to box it up it was under the forearm . I should have looked before listing.

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15 hours ago, LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L said:

The FFL holder would enter either "NSN", "N/A" or "None" in the block for serial number.  Prior to GCA '68, US firearms were not required to have serial numbers.

Interesting.  Thanks, Lawman Mark.

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