Eastern Arms was a Sears Roebuck tradename. The model 1929 was made by J. Stevens Arms, probably sometime between 1920 and 1945. Information about Stevens firearms may be available through John Callahan who is an independent arms historian. Per instructions on the Savage Arms website: Please send a detailed letter to: *John Callahan *53 Quarry Road *Westfield, MA 01085 Include: *Your name and address *A phone number where you can be contacted if necessary *The model and/or serial number if available *Any other pertinent information Mr. Callahan will respond with a letter detailing his services. I believe his fee is $15 for each gun researched.
Eastern Arms was a brand name sold by Sears Roebuck. The Model 1929 suggests that it was made by J. Stevens Arms Co.
2.5 inch only is my specs on mine is
Depending on which parts, they may need to be made.
An Eastern Arms model 101-7 shotgun is values at $200 to $300 in fair condition. In mint condition it is values at $450. This shotgun was sold by Sears.
Look in the yellow pages for gunsmiths.
Volunteer arms 12 shotgun model 94042?
what is a 1929 model a worth
1929, yr. made is also model
Produced by Iver Johnson for Sears. Value up to $125.
50-100 dollars,depending on condition.
'1929' is going to be a patent date, not a model number. Eastern Arms Co was not an actual manufacturer, it was a brand name used by Sears on guns they marketed, generally made by the Stevens Arms Co. Value is strictly based on its usability as a shooter, and single-barrel 16ga shotguns will generally sell for less than $100. 1929 is a model number marked on Stevens/Springfield shotguns.
I can't find a cross-reference for that number, but Eastern Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck. Most of the shotguns were made by Stevens/Savage.
I found Eastern Arms Co. as being made by Meriden Arms Co. owned by A. J. Aubrey. Eastern Arms were sold by Sears Roebuck & Co. Ken G - You are right and wrong. Meriden Arms did make guns with the Eastern Arms name, but the company was owned by Sears. A J Aubrey was an executive with another firearms manufacturer (Parker Brothers, I believe) that Sears hired to manage the company. The company only existed from 1905 or 1907 until 1915 or 1918 (different sources, different dates). I don't think a gun marked "Model 1929" was made by Meriden. I'm still looking for that model number by another manufacturer. There's a question about a WYCO Model 1929 down at the bottom of this page, too, and I suspect it is the same gun.
The stevens model 94B was made from 1926-1945.The total production of this shotgun was 934,000.
Reliable, low cost firearms. Seldom exceed 100 USD in value.
It is a Stevens Model 1929.
The value of the gun depends a lot on the condition. A Columbia Arms Shotgun ejector model could be anywhere from $100 to $1,800.
50-100 or so
Eastern Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck. I know I've found who actually made the model 1929, but can't quite locate that information right now. It would have been one of the second-tier manufacturers of good utility guns, like Stevens or Crescent. I think this would be a break-action single shot, so would be priced something less than a similar new gun and a New England Firearms model is about $90 in Walmart.
how much is a steven's 12ga model 770 shotgun made by savage arms corp worth?
No Model 772. How exactly is the shotgun marked? email@example.com
Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works made a champion model shotgun.
This model was made by Noble Arms Co. and was based on their model 60-66 which was a pump shotgun.