Your savage model 67 shotgun was made in the 1970,s and discontinued by savage in 1989.
It a Savage models ... 30D, 30E, 30F or Stevens model 67
Savage began producing the Springfield Model 67 in the 1950s. It was a pump action budget grade shotgun that ceased production in 1989.
The barrel on my 67 series D is 28 in.
These are valued between 125-180 dollars,based on overall condition of your shotgun.
have a Stevens model 67 series e 12 gauge 2 3/4 3 in shells what is the value please
Buy parts for 410 Stevens model 67 pump shot gun.
IN good shape about $150.00
Savage Arms is the manufacturer of Springfield Shotguns.
This is a Savage models 30D, 30E, 30F 0r a Stevens model 67, or Savage model 30-30AC Check these models. I appears both Stevens ans Savage made a model 300 for Western Auto under the Revelation name.
The value of a Springfield model 67 series B 410 shot gun depends on its condition. This model in excellent condition is valued between 220.00 and 280.00 as of 2014.
I paid $157 in 2007. Lets see if the value goes up or down. Still trying to figure out the dating code.
I have one that I bought new in 1981 or 1982.
You can purchase the pistol grip for a Stevens model 67 series E 12 gauge shotgun at most gun stores and at most gun shows. You can also purchase this type of accessory at hunting supply stores.
I can say that the Stevens model 67 was discontinued in the year 1989.
Your savage/stevens model 67 was produced in recent times having finished production of this model in 1989.
Made between the years 1986-1989.
Get a copy of the Gun Digest Shotgun Assembly/Disassembly manual. It should have the Mod 67.
I would check with numrich gun parts first.
Stevens model 67 e 12Ga is worth $75-125 +\- 10% for condition and age