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Stevens model 77c 16 gauge pump?

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Stevens Model 77C comes in 16 Gauge . Made in the 60 -70s

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Your Stevens model 77C was made from 1955-1971.

Your Stevens Model 77c was made between the years 1955-1971.

The Stevens 77C generally sells for $75-$150 depending on condition. We carry firing pins for this model (#77-77). sales@countrygunsmith.net

I have a revelaion model 300f as well. I do know that it was sold at Western Auto stores, but not sure about the dates it was manufactured in. The gun was manufactured by Stevens and sold through Western Auto stores. I have found that is the same as Stevens model #77C, but unfortunately that is all the information I have about it as of now. Hope this helps you out some.

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From Palm Springs TO Stockton, it is 440 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST (towards LOS ANGELES), from Palm Springs, to the 210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77C.Take the 210 WEST across to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO off EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to Stockton.

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It is 259 miles via the shortest route according to Google Maps,or you could take an easier (if only a bit longer) route (275 miles long) staying on the main roads taking this route:Take I-10 WEST, from Palm Springs, to SR-210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77C.Take SR-210 WEST around to I-215 NORTH to BARSTOW at EXIT 74.Take I-215 NORTH to I-15 NORTH.Take I-15 NORTH to Barstow.

750 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST (towards LOS ANGELES), from Phoenix, to the 210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 WEST, around LOS ANGELES, to I-5 NORTH to SAN FRANCISCO off EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to I-580 WEST to SAN FRANCISCO off EXIT 446.Take I-580 WEST to I-80 WEST to SAN FRANCISCO off EXIT 19A.Take I-80 WEST, across the BAY BRIDGE, into San Francisco.

715 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST, from Phoenix, to CA-210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA.Take CA-210/I-210 WEST to CA-134 WEST (Ventura Fwy) - WEST to VENTURA at EXIT 26A.Take CA-134 WEST to U.S. 101 (Ventura Fwy) - NORTH to VENTURA.Take U.S. 101 NORTH to the road to MONTEREY PENINSULA at EXIT 326, outside of Salinas. Once you are off U.S. 101, follow the roadway around to CA-68, and then turn left onto CA-68 WEST to MONTEREY PENINSULA.Take CA-68 WEST to Monterey.

2,005 miles taking this route:Take U.S. 62/180 WEST, from Hobbs, to I-10 WEST, in El Paso, TEXAS.Take I-10 WEST across to CA-210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA. To bypass PHOENIX, follow the PHOENIX BYPASS ROUTE (I-8 WEST [EXIT 199 off I-10 in ARIZONA] to AZ-85 NORTH [off EXIT 119 off I-8], and then AZ-85 NORTH back up to I-10 WEST to LOS ANGELES).Take CA-210/I-210 WEST, around Los Angeles, to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO off EXIT 1B.Take I-5 NORTH to PORTLAND.

It is 2,636 miles by the fastest driving route according to Google Maps:Take I-10 WEST, from Tallahassee, across the nation to the 210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA, via I-12 WEST(EXIT 267B off I-10 in LOUISIANA) to bypass NEW ORLEANS, and via the PHOENIX BYPASS ROUTE (I-8 WEST [EXIT 199 off I-10 in ARIZONA] to SR-85 NORTH [EXIT 119 off I-8], and then SR-85 NORTH back up to I-10 WEST to LOS ANGELES).Take the 210 WEST, around Los Angeles, to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to Sacramento.

1,537 miles taking this route:Take I-20 WEST (towards EL PASO), from Big Spring, to I-10 WEST to EL PASO.Take I-10 WEST to the 210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA, via the PHOENIX BYPASS ROUTE to bypass Phoenix, AZ (I-8 WEST [EXIT 199 off I-10 in ARIZONA] to SR-85 NORTH [EXIT 119 off I-8], and then SR-85 NORTH back up to I-10 WEST to LOS ANGELES).Take the 210 WEST, around LOS ANGELES, to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO off EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to Sacramento.

717 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST (towards LOS ANGELES), from Phoenix, to the 210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 WEST (Foothill Fwy) across to the 134 WEST to VENTURA at EXIT 26A, in Pasadena.Take the 134 WEST to U.S. 101 VENTURY FWY - NORTH towards VENTURA.Take U.S. 101 NORTH to the exit for MONTEREY PENINSULA off EXIT 326C. You will then follow the roadway around to SR-68, and then turn left onto SR-68 WEST towards MONTEREY PENINSULA.Take SR-68 WEST to Monterey.NOTE: as an alternate, you can take a more SCENIC ROUTEby taking HWY 1 - NORTH (off EXIT 203B on U.S. 101).

2,800 milesThis is the route:Take I-10 WEST, from Houston, to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO, via the PHOENIX BYPASS ROUTE to bypass PHOENIX, AZ (I-8 WEST [EXIT 199 off I-10 in ARIZONA] to SR-85 NORTH [EXIT 119 off I-8], and then SR-85 NORTH back up to I-10 WEST to LOS ANGELES) and via the 210 WEST to bypass LOS ANGELES (EXIT 77C off I-10 in CALIFORNIA to get onto the 210 WEST; EXIT 1A off the 210 to get onto I-5 GOLDEN STATE FREEWAY - NORTH to CALIFORNIA).Take I-5 NORTH to Bellingham, WA, via I-205 NORTH (OR-WA) (EXIT 288 off I-5 in OREGON) to bypass PORTLAND, OR and via I-405 NORTH (WA) (EXIT 142A off I-5 in WASHINGTON) to bypass SEATLTE.

3,040 miles taking this route:Take I-75 NORTH, from Ft. Myers, to I-10 WEST to TALLAHASSEE off EXIT 435 in Lake City.Take I-10 WEST all the way across the country to CA-210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77C in CALIFORNIA. To bypass NEW ORLEANS, take I-12 WEST (EXIT 259B off I-10 in LOUISIANA). To bypass PHOENIX, follow the PHOENIX BYPASS ROUTE (I-8 WEST [EXIT 199 off I-10 in ARIZONA] to AZ-85 NORTH [EXIT 119 off I-8], and then AZ-85 NORTH back up to I-10 WEST towards LOS ANGELES).Take CA-210/I-210 WEST, around LOS ANGELES, to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to I-580 WEST to SAN FRANCISCO at EXIT 446.Take I-580 WEST to I-80 WEST to SAN FRANCISCO at EXIT 19A.Take I-80 WEST, across the BAY BRIDGE, into San Francisco.

2,915 miles taking this route:Take I-75 NORTH (towards OCALA), from Tampa, to I-10 WEST to TALLAHASSEE at EXIT 435, near Lake City.Take I-10 WEST all the way across the country to CA-210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77C in Redland, Inland Empire, CALIFORNIA. NOTE: to bypass NEW ORLEANS, take I-12 WEST (EXIT 267B off I-10 in LOUISIANA to get onto I-12 WEST to HAMMOND and BATON ROUGE ; continue on I-10 WEST from END I-12 in Baton Rouge). Also, to bypass PHOENIX, follow the PHOENIX BYPASS ROUTE (I-8 WEST [EXIT 199 off I-10 in Casa Grande, ARIZONA] to SR-85 NORTH [EXIT 119 off I-8 in Gila Bend], and then SR-85 NORTH back to I-10 WEST to LOS ANGELES, at Buckeye).Take CA-210 WEST/I-210 WEST, around Los Angeles, to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to I-580 WEST to SAN FRANCISCO at EXIT 446.Take I-580 WEST to I-80 WEST to SAN FRANCISCO at EXIT 19A.Take I-80 WEST, across the BAY BRIDGE (toll) into San Francisco.

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