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Where can you buy a trigger assembly for a 22 caliber Stevens Model 62 semi-automatic rifle?

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2006-08-29 01:33:40
2006-08-29 01:33:40

Numrich Gun Parts Corp. Google Numrich Gun Parts. Very good to work with Jeff

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It will depend on the caliber, the trigger and the type of semi-auto action.

Semiautomatic = when you pull the trigger, it fires one round and automatically reloads the next but does not fire again until the trigger is pressed again.

Yes, the frames are exactly the same. However, various parts would need to be swapped out such as the trigger housing w/ejector as that item is caliber specific. The trigger assembly may also have to be swapped out as the models vary by caliber also.

Sear Disconnector is the name of the safety feature that is designed to ensure that when the trigger is held rearward after a round is fired in semiautomatic it will catch the hammer hook.

pull forearm off. open barrel and remove. drift 2 trigger assembly pins out. pull trigger ass. down and out. now drift the barrel catch pin and the lever and catch can be removed.

front trigger fires right barrel. back trigger fires left. boone

Made by Savage/Stevens. We have trigger guards.

By pulling the trigger... :P

On some guns you can change out the trigger springs, others you may have to buy a new trigger or trigger assembly.

A consistent 6.5 pound double-action only trigger pull.

Contact Numrich at gunpartscorp.com. They do have SOME parts for the Stevens Crack Shot.

Not a model number. If you are finding that stamped behind the trigger guard it is an assembly number. In any event, virtually any Stevens single-shot shotgun is going to sell for less than $100. sales@countrygunsmith.net

I don't know what the numbers on the trigger are unless they are a part number, but you can add about 25% to the asking price for a single selective trigger.

The Stevens 84C (Stevens was owned by Savage Arms, and the 84C is the same as the Savage 4C) was made with two different trigger guards during its production life. One was a simple curved steel trigger guard that was mounted to the surface of the stock. The other was a larger cast aluminum alloy trigger guard that fit into an "inlet" (cutout area) on the stock. Both types of trigger guards are still available (in Jan 2012) from Numrich (aka Gun Parts Corp)

I found parts for my model 29 at Numrich Gun Parts in New York. Their web site is e-gunparts.com

This is a stevens model 39A. The stevens 59A, B and C all had the takedown screw in front of the trigger guard.

Might have been a serial number, might be an assembly number. sales@countrygunsmith.net

Rimfire Technologies and DIP are two separate companies. The trigger guard is available at DIP, it's not longer available through Rimfire Technologies. The machine work from DIP is excellent. It's not (never was) an assembly though, it's a stripped aluminum trigger guard. http://www.diproductsinc.com/Default.aspx Go here to buy a new production metal Trigger Guard Assembly https://www.rimfiretechnologies.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=15001 Old Answer, You should be able to use the stainless steel assembly from the Model 60SS. However, replacing the trigger assembly will probably cost as much as the gun is worth.

A photograph of the trigger assembly is in the book Gun Digest Assembly/Disassembly for Shotguns available at http://www.krausebooks.com/category/firearms_knives A drawn exploded diagram should be available on the gunpartscorp.com web site for the Winchester 1200. A photograph of the trigger assembly is in the book Gun Digest Assembly/Disassembly for Shotguns available at http://www.krausebooks.com/category/firearms_knives A drawn exploded diagram should be available on the gunpartscorp.com web site for the Winchester 1200.

On the bottom of the rifle in front of the trigger assembly


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