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Springfield Model 67 H

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Arkansas Paul, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    Hey guys and gals. My father has an old Springfield model 67 H, 12 gauge pump that my mother bought him the year they were married. That was over forty years ago. It's one of those guns that wouldn't bring much money on the market but would never be for sale anyway. The problem is the stock is broken and as old as the gun is, I'm not sure I can find one. I want to surprise him by replacing the stock for him. The gun still shoots great. Where can I find the stock. I will probably go ahead and get the forearm as well, so they'll match. Any help with where to look will be appreciated. I've googled it with very little to show. Thanks.
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 4, 2010
  2. kingpin008

    kingpin008 Well-Known Member

    Might want to PM a Mod and have them move this to the Shotgun section. You'll get lots more info a lot faster over there.

    Good luck. :)
  3. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

  4. Fred Fuller

    Fred Fuller Moderator Emeritus


    Is the stock (wood) itself broken, or is the extension of the trigger plate (metal) that the stock bolt attaches to broken off? That was always a weak spot in that whole 'family' of shotguns ( Savage 30, Springfield 67 and 77, Stevens 67, 77 and 79). The exploded drawing at http://www.urban-armory.com/diagrams/savage67.htm might help explain what I mean- see the 'nub' where the line that goes from the front of the stock back to the back of the trigger guard? That's where the stock bolt attaches, and that part gets broken off pretty often, because that part is a casting on most of the guns.

    Jack First or Numrich may have parts...




  5. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    It's the actual wood that's broken. It's on top of the stock where your thumb wraps around the top of the grip. I'll check those sites out. Thanks.
  6. broken

    broken Well-Known Member

    not trying to go over lee but if you dont have any luck i went on gunbroker and found 2 or three 67 stocks in shotgun parts, under stocks, then enter savage.2 pages savage parts,good luck.i just found savage 67 stocks and parts at "bobs used and new gun parts in royal ,arkansas,just a heads up.hes got a websight.bobs gunparts.
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2010
  7. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    I appreciate it guys. I will check out all these sources. The gun means a lot to my dad, and I can't wait to have it fixed for him. Some guns mean a lot more than their monetary value. This is one of those.

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