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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    That is interesting, never knew Stevens made a lever. Now is it a 30-30, or is it a 30 Remington?
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    thats a wonderfull old rifle ive never seen one before. thanx for sharing. id say its 30-30win. the fella typing the description didnt know about the condition of the rifle too much so he probly doesnt know proper terms as well as we at MO do.
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    Quote Originally Posted by luvalever
    thats a wonderfull old rifle ive never seen one before. thanx for sharing. id say its 30-30win. the fella typing the description didnt know about the condition of the rifle too much so he probly doesnt know proper terms as well as we at MO do.
    The picture of the barrel shows 30-30 REM



    Someone else may have a better idea but I believe it is a 30 Remington. At one time they were called the 30-30 Remington rimless
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    I believe you are correct.
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    The also made a model 430.

    In 35 Remington, too.
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    Some information I found on it:

    Thanks for the serial number and caliber. I have added it to the list and we now have 86 Stevens 425 series High Power rifles. The lowest serial number is still 1050 and the highest is still 5594. All the serial numbers are still only 4-digit. Here is a breakdown by caliber:

    25 Rem = 11 guns
    30 Rem = 31 guns
    32 Rem = 13 guns
    35 Rem = 28 guns
    *Caliber is unknown on 3 rifles: #3185, #4073, and #40xx

    Here is the breakdown by serial number group:

    1000 series = 19 guns
    2000 series = 19 guns
    3000 series = 17 guns
    4000 series = 20 guns
    5000 series = 11 guns

    I need more serial numbers with calibers -- PLEASE.

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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    That is a cool old gun! It looks like the bolt does not come out the back of the reciever when the lever is opened like on a Marlin. Very cool old gun though. I take it that 30-30 winchester is not the correct round for this gun?
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    Quote Originally Posted by lever addict
    I take it that 30-30 Winchester is not the correct round for this gun?
    Right.........the 30 Remington was one of the four rounds in that "family" of cartridges, with the 35 Remington the only true survivor. They are of rimless design, unlike the 30-30 and 32 Winchester (Special). Ammo is fairly hard to come by. IIRC, Remington's new semi-auto round, the 30-AR, used the 30 Remington as the parent cartridge, shortened and reformed.

    Cool rifle, an awful lot like the Marlin 36, judging from what little I remember of those i've seen.
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    Re: Stevens High Power 425

    Got a few .30 Rems in my collection. Here is the .30 Rem (center) next to the 30 WCF. Threw the .35 Rem in for good measure.
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