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    Boolit Mold
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    parts for a savage shotgun

    i have just bought a savage springfield model 67 series e. And I am having hell trying to find parts for it. Does anyone have any ideas????

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    WWW.e-gunparts.com formerly Numrich arms?
    You've probably already tried them.
    How about a call to Savage?

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    I just went through about the same thing, so here is what I collected:


    The Model 67 Savage/Springfield 12 gauge shotgun disassembly is similar enough to that of the Model 30 Savage so that the step by step instructions can be used to get it apart at least. Other name brand shotguns patterned after (by) the Model 67 from which parts can be cannibalized are:

    Aldeno------670
    Belknap-----B63E
    Cotter & Co---167
    CIL-----------607
    Gamble Skogkno 521
    J C Penny----6670
    J C Higgins---6670H and the Stevens Model 67 series B
    Sears-----101.51451
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    72---Springfield 67 Series B
    Talo------------176DL
    Western Auto-------300
    ------------------------300-300AC

    The Model 67 has a fixed barrel.

    To get forearm off, you need to remove the buttstock, remove the trigger group, remove the bolt, then remove the magazine tube plug, shimmy the tube down to get follower and plug off, and then slide forearm off forward.

    The slide bar locks into the bolt, needing the bolt to be removed. You will have to push sideways on the action bar to get the bolt free from Receiver.

    Hope that helps.
    R.D.M.

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    It's been a while since I worked on one, but I don't recall having to remove the buttstock to remove the forearm. I have a Stevens Browning of that configuration in my safe that belongs to a friend who took it apart and seems to have lost the ejecter. He wasn't aware that it was missing, but knew it wouldn't lift shell to feed from mag. I had never seen a Stevens Browning and wonder if anyone knows if the Model 67 parts will work. Are the parts not available from Brownells?

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    I may get spanked but try Savageshooters at

    http://savageshooters.com/SavageForu...oard,12.0.html

    I am sure someone there will have the answer.

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    These guys might have what you need. Great personal service and their parts fit like aglove. RD

    http://www.wisnersinc.com/shotguns/savage/pump.html
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    parts for a savage shotgun

    Try Bob's Gun Shop in Royal, Arkansas. I have bought parts from them before and found them to be reliable.

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    In case you need it. Diagram here:

    http://www.urban-armory.com/diagrams/savage67.htm

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