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I collect the Stevens 425, and read an interesting article recently about the Remington 25 which mentioned the 425. I will look for it, but if you would like to discuss, please feel free to contact me directly at bvrobbins@gmail.com. Regards, Bill Robbins Portland, OR

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Q: Where can you find information is on a 25 caliber Stevens 425?

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The phone number of the Lake Stevens Library is: 425-334-1900.

The phone number of the Lake Stevens Historical Museum is: 425-334-3944.

35 [lots] of 425 = 14875.

hi, I'm in Canada,my 425 is in 35 rem cal, serial number is 4327,Bryan.

To find x/425 = 25, find the product of 425 and 25: 10,625. Using multiplication and division fact families, we know that if x/425 = 25, then 425 * 25 = x. Or if you solve for x, you need to isolate it be multiplying both sides by 425.

100-425 USD

It is fairly rare as brophy wrote that Stevens and savage only made around 1000 model 425 so by the time you break down all the 4 different calibers that brings the number down even further. The other question is how many of those 1000 survided the last 90 or so years. Your serial # should only have 4 digits underneath the lever which should read 1xxx to 5xxx. If its not under the lever it will on the receiver which would be a really low 1xxx number. Hope this helps.

Depending on caliber and condition, usually $300-$375. New ones can be found for $425.

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To find 5.6 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.056. In this instance, 0.056 x 425 = 23.8. Therefore, 5.6 percent of 425 is equal to 23.8.

I looked on gunbroker.com and saw one for an opening bit of 425, and have seen them before for about the same price

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Keep dividing by 5. 5 x 5 x 17 = 425

425 times. 425/1 = 425

Check Browning.com website.

$425 depending on exact model, caliber and condition. Serial number has no bearing on any of that.

$425 depending on exact model, caliber and condition. Serial number has no bearing on any of that.

425 = 425/1

425 MEANS 425 diamonds

These are very desirable guns but condition is everything. $200 to $425.

425 ÷ 1 = 425

To find half of $850, simply divide $850 by 2, which will give you $425.

170 people would choose steak. To figure this out take 425 and multiply it by 2/5 or .4. your equation should look like this: 425 x (2/5) = 170 . You can also think of this by multiplying 425 by 2 and then dividing by 5.

The Stevens 425 is currently selling from $400-650 for most rifles. Even poor to fair condition rifles are carrying $400 values, due to the relative scarcity. A mint condition 425 was recently purchased for $2,000 in 35 Remington. Have seen only one of the deluxe grade rifles which the owner has no intention of selling, and would surely sell for over $6,000 if offered at auction. Maybe much higher. These rifles are incredibly scarce in any kind of really good condition, and are beautifully designed.

N - 425 = 9 n - 425 + 425 = 9 + 425 n = 434