GunAuction Forum - Stevens High Power 425 in .35 Remington
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|Former Seller: Contender Man2(32-0-0)||Post#1 - Posted: 08/27/2004 at 05:25:32|
|(no avatar)||Hope this helps.
NO. 425 HIGH POWER LEVER ACTION RIFLE - .25, .30, .32, or .35 Rem. cals., 22 in. round barrel with 2/3 length mag. tube, side ejection, blue only, plain walnut stock and forearm, originally designed by John Redfield. Approx. 26,000 mfg. 1910-17.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10%
$650 $595 $535 $465 $400 $350 $295
Variations of the No. 425 include the No. 430 (deluxe checkered stock and forearm), No. 435 (extra fancy checkered stock and forearm with engraved designs on receiver borders and lever), or No. 440 (best quality checkered walnut with fully engraved game scenes, and engraved forearm tip and lever). Values range respectively from $450-$950, $650-$1,400, and $1,000-$2,950.
|Former Seller: DOC GORDON(24-2-0)||Post#2 - Posted: 09/14/2004 at 22:12:56|
|(no avatar)||JUST SOME GOSSIP ON THE 425 A BUDDY OF MINE COLLECTS AND SHOOTS THESE RIFLES. THE ACTION SEEMS KIND OF FRAGILE BUT THEY ALL SHOOT WELL. KIND OF HARD TO FIND AND AS YET DON T DEMAND THE COLLECTOR VALUE OF WINS OR MARLINS WAS THERE SOMETHING IN SPECIFIC YOU WANDTED TO KNOW?|
|Seller: shennikman(133-0-1)||Post#3 - Posted: 09/21/2004 at 16:32:56|
|(no avatar)||Hey Doc Gordon, may I have your friends e-mail address or 'phone number. I have a 425 saddle ring carbine and I'd like to know if it is the real thing.|
|Buyer: g luver(9-0-0)||Post#4 - Posted: 01/04/2005 at 14:30:05|
|(no avatar)||Contender Man2,This is an interesting post on this old rifle,didn't know such a critter existed. Max W.|
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