You should ask a gunsmith for help.
You can find what you need at firstname.lastname@example.org .
i sold 67e 4/10 pump shotgun on 3/06 for $275.00 from late 50s payed $170.00 for gun 3 days before gun was in realy nice shape hope this will help
These shotguns range in price from 80-145 dollars.
http://www.e-gunparts.com/dept.asp for parts I have one, manufactured in the '70s by Savage Arms. Approximate value is 140.00 - 180.00 USD.
E DATE CODE IS 1953 VALUE IS 100FAIR,125GD,150V.G, AND 200EXC. I GOT THIS FROM THE BLUE BOOK GUN GUIDE.
I had the same gun and same problem. I found out that because it is a older model that you have to use a little more force and speed when you eject the spent shell. It should work because i have the cheapest wal-mart shells you can get and mine works just fine.
As Stevens has changed hands many times you will need to find the complete manufacturers name, such as; Springfield, SE Stevens Company (Tool Company) etc. Info is really hard to find but what I've found out is a Stevens shot guns value is between $150 and $300, with the 12ga at the bottom end and the .410ga at the high end.
Retail about $300-$325.
As of 2013, the value of a never been fired Stevens 12 GA model 67E with 3 chokes in the original box packaging and paperwork is around $300 in good condition. The manufacturer Stevens Arms was founded in the year 1864.
Some were, they had a folding rear sight and a ramp front sight on a 21" or 24" cylinder barrel. Other 67s had longer choked barrels