Savage / Stevens Pump Shotguns
The illustration shown below was scanned off a Savage factory parts list, using factory reference numbers, which are converted to factory part numbers. This is important as about all obsolete parts suppliers use ONLY factory or closely associated numbers where ever possible so everyone is on the same page.
Note, for some of the older firearms, many
over 100 years old, the factories never used what we now know as assembly
drawings, but just views of many of the component parts & possibly randomly
placed as seen below
The parts listed below are for your
identification purposes only.
The author of this website DOES NOT have any parts.
There was a previous model, the 520/560 which was a totally different model
The above illustration is for a Stevens 67D series
This firearm series had many changes reflected by different series. The basic gun was the Savage model 30 which was more of a deluxe firearm usually utilizing a ventilated rib, takedown barrels & walnut wood. The Stevens / Springfield guns usually were plain solid (non removable) barrels & had birch wood. The early models had a push button safety behind the trigger, (as seen above) while the later series utilized a top tang slider safety button (as seen below). It is about impossible to define all the variations in the small space available here. Original firing pins were a single part, while the later ones used a 2 piece unit. Operating slide handles & corresponding bars were changed about 3 times. This series of guns were produced from 1958 to 1989.
Since most of these parts are now long obsolete, the parts listed below are what are currently available as aftermarket parts
|11||820-67L||Extractor Plunger, LH|
|12||124-68L||Extractor Spring, LH (weaker than RH spring)|
|14||77-67R||Extractor Plunger, RH|
|15||124-68R||Extractor Spring, RH|
|20||A820-53W/S||Ejector Assembly (with screw) includes #5, 20,21,22,& 23|
|26||77-574||Cartridge Stop Pivot Nut|
|27||77-573||Cartridge Stop Pivot Screw|
|47||520A-354||Magazine Plug Screw|
|Savage 30 J or Stevens 67 C trigger unit (tang safety)||Savage 30 J barrel takedown unit|
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