We maintain a good inventory of parts for the Stevens 311, including replacement wood. firstname.lastname@example.org
It a Savage model 30H
Try doing a web search on "replacement stocks".
Which Model. It could be a Mossberg, Savage, Marlin, Hi-Std or Colt. You have to state the model of the Revelation.
Check the receiver, barrel, under the forearm
Try this link: http://www.gun-parts.com/savagestocks/
That is basically a Savage Model 94 as made for Sears. Stocks are widely available from internet sources.
I'm looking for one too... until then at least I have a manual for the Savage 69-RXL if you need one. email@example.com.
usually the stock is behind and the forearm is in front of the receiver.
I have one in excellent condition. I got it from my father. Not sure when he bought it.
The rifle you have was made by savage .Not much info out there on them but it is a model 29 savage if the stock is checkerd And a model 25 if not. I have one in my shop at this time that I'm working on They are a nice little gun . Joe
Should be a single-shot made by Savage/Stevens. We have new reproduction stocks. www.countrygunsmith.net
Check on ebay. You will find plenty of synthetic options and occasionly some wood sets. Most 7400 forearms and stocks will fit 742 models.
I do not think that they make larger clips for the Savage model 62.I know for certain that they do not make larger clips for the Savage model 64.
Remove the forearm stock by pulling from the front down(It pulls hard). On the underside of the forearm stock is your serial number. Go to; Diamond Gun Smithing on the internet and look up your serial number. If you find models; click on each model until your serial nuber appears. Example; Serial number 263xxx=Flues model and made in 1915. Good luck and keep that really super shotgun
Made by Savage/Stevens and is basically the same as the Savage Springfield Model 18.
your savage model 6 was made from 1938-1945 with a total production of 45,500.
How do I get in touch with Savage Arms Co. and not this site? Bruce
on line because my friend has a savage series a
There is a part supplier list on the Remington Society of America, check that page one of the best is e-gunparts.com but there's a lot more listed on that page.
Try Mid West Gun Works.
You will have to call Savage with the sn to find out; 100-400; no
Savage Model 42 is the only one currently in production. Otherwise you would have to find someone that still has others in stock or used, such as Rossi or Stevens.