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You can find parts for many westernfield shotguns at Numrich gun parts. WWW.e-gunparts.com
You can purchase parts for a Ranger model 30 16 gauge shotgun at these locations. Gunbroker, Topgunsupply, Budsgunshop, Gunpartshop and Midwayusa.
the thing hold the barrel to the pump
This is the same gun as a Mossberg 500. You can try a google search or go to the gun parts Co. online for a diagram of an exploded view. Mossberg should have one as well.
I would start my search at Numrich gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.
I always start any of my searches for gun parts at Numrich Gun Parts Corp.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE PARTS THAT WERE NOT MADE FOR YOUR WEAPON!!!!!!!!!!! Danger, danger, danger.
There are some sources for Crescent shotgun parts, but it is very possible that parts will have to be repaired/made.
I have parts for that model. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
It is made by Noble for Montgomery Wards , it is also known as the Noble model 60 for parts reference.
looking for stock model sb 20 gauge
numrich gunparts.com has everything but the stock
Typical Crescent single-barrel shotgun. I have a good supply of parts. email@example.com
I would start my search at Numrich Gun Parts Corp.
I would start looking for parts at numrich gun parts corp.They can be located on the web.
where can i buy parts Kmart
Numrich Arms, Internet or Make Them.
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The 238 is similar to the 258. For parts, try gunpartscorp.com
Parts for an American Gun Company shotgun will only be found as part of another shotgun. Haunt the local gunshows for one that is being parted-out. As for the gauge (not caliber), did you mean "bigger than a 410"? There have been 24, 28, and 32 gauge shotguns made. Of these, only the 28 is still available in the US, but I believe 32 gauge shells may still be commercially loaded in Europe.