I have no idea, but I also have a 16 gauge bolt action shotgun that needs a clip so if you find a place to look please let me know. The H&R Gamester boltaction shotgun never used a clip. It is a tubular fed 3-shot shotgun made in 12 and 16 gauges. I have one (model 348) which is the same as the model 349 Gamester minus the adjustable choke. Numrich Arms has most parts for this shotgun. You can purchase the magazine parts you need to make it a repeater.
The Harrington & Richardson 349 Gamester shotgun does not use a clip. It has a tube type magazine that is a pemanent part of the gun, loaded by sliding shells in from the bittom of the gun.
Find a good gunsmith.
I have a 12 gauge savage 180-D shotgun but it has no clip, and I can't find much about this gun. If anybody could tell me how or where to get a clip, it would greatly help.
I would check at Numrich Gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.
If you can find one, yes.
THere is no clip. It is a tubular feed magazine
Try e-gunparts.com, MidWay, Brownell's
Need the maker of the shotgun
You find a gunsmith.
None published. Try shotgun collectors.
Well help or just say no
It is difficult to find even 10 gauge shotgun ammo today. I have my doubts if 8 gauge shotgun ammo is even made any more, but corrections welcomed.
Not enough information.
I have this model gun however i know very little about it. EBAY e-gunparts.com is an awesome parts site
website is called Numrich I just got one off of there for the exact same gun. Find your gauge and model and it will be there its 40 but worth it.
Look up the Marlin shotgun with the same model number.
You can purchase parts for a Ranger model 30 16 gauge shotgun at these locations. Gunbroker, Topgunsupply, Budsgunshop, Gunpartshop and Midwayusa.