The trigger guard is available from Numrich Gun Parts. There are two different types of trigger guards for the Savage 6d. The plastic guard that has a inletted area for the trigger guard in the stock and the simple bent metal trigger guard that just screws into the stock wood. Plastic trigger guard is product # 103530U $24.10 Metal guard is product # 10543OAL $11.50
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A model 7 stock would not fit a 600 Mohawk. The stock and the trigger guard do not line up correctly, although the stock may fit on the gun.
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)
The "New Model" 60 has a bolt hold-open lever that extends through the trigger guard. The bolt, bolt hold-open parts, trigger guard, and stock are different.
The model 39A had a cast trigger guard and the front screw holds the receiver to the stock. The models 59's all have a stamped trigger guard that is held in place with wood screws. The take-down screw is in front of the trigger guard. The model 59B has a black forend tip.
To remove the trigger guard from an older browning bar you unscrew the butt plate from the stock. Then you need a long flat head screw driver The stock is removed from inside the stock . Once stock ios removed the trigger guard can be removed by sliding backwards. Hope this helps
yes a BDL rifle will fit a ADL stock but the trigger guard will not but a new trigger guard can be bought for 20 to 50 dollars and brownells.com
Stock and trigger are two that come to mind.
THAT NUMBER LOOKS LIKE A SERIAL NUMBER NOT A MODEL NUMBER. IF IT IS LOCATED UNDER THE STOCK JUST BEHIND THE TRIGGER GUARD IT IS A SERIAL OR PRODUCTION NUMBER NOT A MODEL NUMBER.
It a Savage model 30H
You might try this link. Copy and paste it. http://www.gun-parts.com/index.html/
Try searching for a Savage model 620A or Stevens 620 stock on ebay, or gunbroker.com. The model M060 Westernfield is a Stevens 620, while a Westernfield model 60 is the Savage 620A
Try on www.GunBroker.com They list stocks for the Savage Model 99. I have bought several from this sight for my Model 99 Collection.
try looking under the trigger guard. That's where I found my Model 99 M1 Cal-22LRserial number
I just paid $377 at Wal-Mart for the synthetic stock accu-trigger model 10 in 243. I just paid $377 at Wal-Mart for the synthetic stock accu-trigger model 10 in 243. Well i just paid 1 dolla for a model 226934 automatic 243 Winchester boo ya rarest in the land!!! And that was at K-mart!
Your rifle was made by Savage for Western Auto. It is a Savage Model 46. You can contact Savage for an owners manual. It is a very basic bolt action. Remove the screw on the underside of the forearm to take action out of stock. Push the 2 pins out that hold the trigger group in place, and you can remove the bolt. gunpartscorp was a schematic at their website, under savage 46.
try gunstocks inc
The metal part that extends for some distance along the top of the butt stock is the receiver tang. There also may be a trigger guard tang which will extend from the rear of the trigger guard bow onto the bottom of the wrist of the butt stock.
A breakdown of the parts for a Stevens Savage Arms Model 9478 is found in the book The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly Part V - Shotgun. It has exploded views of the stock and its availability on the market.
CountryGunsmith@direcway.com has everything you need.
400 dollar range