Gun shops,garage sales,gun shows,E-bay etc.
I have a CNC Billet Aluminum tube fed trigger guard for a Winchester model 77. I have then polished or hard black anoidzed.
updated answer: Stevens was owned by Savage Arms, and the Stevens model 87D is the same as the Savage model 6D (Stevens rifles were the lower cost siblings to the similar Savage models, usually with birch rather than walnut stocks, etc). The cast aluminum alloy trigger guard used by both versions of this rifle are still available (in Jan 2012) from Numrich (aka Gun Parts Corp) -- see: www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Products.aspx?catid=856 orignal answer: Try e-gunparts.com
The model number should be stamped on the barrel just above the trigger guard.
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
http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=089Zz5100 This link is what your looking for.....copy and paste this link,there you will find your trigger guard for about $11.00 bucks and just about everything else for the 5100....including scematics for it....happy shopping.
We have them. firstname.lastname@example.org
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)
Try a Mossberg Model 385K. This is what it was originally
I would start my search at Numrich Gun Parts Corp.
Try gun shows, pawn shops, want ad, for sale ad, on line auctions, egunparts, estate sales, garage sales, etc..
I can't find production dates for a model 357, but if it is marked J Stevens Arms Co (NOT J. Stevens and Co or J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co), the gun was made no earlier than 1920 and before 1950.