Stevens Favorite 1889 / 1894 / 1915

Stevens-Favorite-1915

Click here for a description of the differences in the Stevens Favorite models

Stevens Favorite Extractors

Stevens Favorite Mainsprings

For an explanation of how these part numbers work for the Favorites, there are 3 basic models depending on when they were manufactured, all are Favorites.  Here, we try to use factory part numbers applicable to all (if possible).  If the part interchanges with one or more models, we have assigned a suffix letter to the factory part designating whether it can also be used on other models as well.  For this purpose we arbitrarily have used the letter (A) for the model 1889, the letter (B) for 1894 & the letter (C) for the 1915.  We may also throw in a letter (W) or (N) designating wide, or narrow in the case of extractors. These suffix letters are not factory, but helps eliminate some confusion & allows us to better identify parts for you.   For example the firing pin #10AB would be used on either the 1889 or the 1894.

There are two types of receiver screws ( lever, breech bolt.) for the 1889 & 1894. These are the thick head .095″ aprox 3/32″that we see in the early guns. Then the later .065″ aprox 1/16″ that we see in the later guns. measurement of your receiver will tell which screw head is required.

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Parts available for this firearm

Model Part Number Part Name Price Photo
1915, 2C Breech Bolt Screw 4.00
stev 2c
1889, 1894, 19AB Breech Bolt Screw, ( early, thick head .095 ) 4.00
stev 19ab
1894, 19BL Breech Bolt Screw, ( late, thin head .065 ) 4.00
stev 19bl
1894, 1915, 4ABC Buttplate Screw out
stev 4abc
1894, 13B Extractor – 22 RF – (center style .200 wide, 1st mid style) out
stev 13b
1894, 14B Extractor – 22 RF – (center style .200 wide, 2nd mid style) 22.00
stev 14b
1894, 14BL Extractor – 22 RF – (center style .200 wide, 3rd mid style) 22.00
stev 14bl
early 1894, 13WB Extractor – 22 RF – (center style .240 wide top .160 bottom) 25.00
Stev 13WB
1889/1894, 28AB Extractor – 22 RF – side style (7 o’clock) 24.00
stev 28ab
1894, 1915, 6 / 9BC Extractor / Ejector Assembly – 22 RF – ( .240 wide ) 30.00
stev 69-9bc
1915, 10C Firing Pin – 22 – ( round tip ) 13.00
stev 10c
1889, 1894, 10AB Firing Pin – 22 – (chisel tip) 15.00
stev 10ab
1894, 1915, 35ABC Forearm Screw ( for small 6″ long forearm ) 3.00
stev 35bc
1915, 35C Forearm Screw (for bigger 8″ long forearm ) 3.00
stev 35c
1915, 16C Hammer / Trigger Screw 4.00
stev 16c
1889, 1894, 16AB Hammer / Trigger Screw, ( thick head .095 ) 4.00
stev 16ab
1915, 19C Lever Screw 4.00
stev 19c
1889, 1894, 19AB Lever Screw, ( early, thick head .095 ) 4.00
stev 19ab
1894, 19BL Lever Screw, ( late, thin head .065 ) 4.00
stev 19bl
1894 (mid), 12B Mainspring – (arched, radiused end, with screw hole) out
stev 12b
1894 (late), 12BL Mainspring – (flat end, with screw hole) 25.00
Stev 12BL
1889, early 1894, 12AB Mainspring – (no screw hole) 24.00
stev 12ab
1915, 22C Mainspring – coil type out
Photo not available
1915, 23C Mainspring Plunger 20.00
stev 23c
1915, 24C Mainspring Plunger Seat 8.00
stev 24c
1915, 25C Mainspring Screw 3.00
stev 25c
1894, 25B Mainspring Screw, for mainspring with hole 3.00
stev 25b
1889, 1894, 25AB Mainspring Screw, tall, for no screw hole mainspring 3.00
stev 25ab
1915, 27C Take Down Screw 14.00
stev 27c
1889, 1894, 1915, 36ABC Tang Screw ( upper and lower 2 required ) 4.00
stev 36abc
1889, 1894, 1915, 30ABC Trigger Spring 9.00
stev 30bc
1889, 1894, 1915, 31ABC Trigger Spring Screw 3.00
stev 31bc
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