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Did Savage manufacture the Springfield model 67?

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2015-07-15 18:23:21
2015-07-15 18:23:21

i have been looking for literature on the same type shotgun. I have a savage springfield model 67d pump 12 ga.and so far have been unlucky in turning up any info. Good Luck

This pump shotgun is a 20ga w/ 28" barrel, round wood handguard and gold bead front sight. Ser # A496XXX. The outside is blued (Rust brown) with aluminum trigger guard.

PS: Model 67 (no letter designator)

The Stevens Division of Savage Arms made the Springfield shotguns from 1920 to 1948.

Your Serial number indicates the born date of your firearm was May of 1970. This firearm was discontinued in 1988. Part and diagram can be obtained from Numrich Arms In West Hurly N.Y.

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Numrich Gunparts. They are the only place I have found one for my 67. They sell one with scope rings and one with out. The website is: www.e-gunparts.com


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