What chokes do Stevens shotguns use?
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|Gun Model||Choke Interchange|
|Stevens 350||Browning Invector standard threads|
|Stevens 67-E||Browning Invector standard threads|
|Stevens 320||Browning Invector standard threads|
|Stoeger 20000||Beretta/Benelli standard threads|
Does the Stevens 320 have a choke?
With a Mossy Oak Shadow Grass® Blades® camo print, the Savage Arms Stevens 320 Field Pump-Action 12 Gauge Shotgun makes concealment a priority. Its vent-rib, carbon-steel barrel measures 28 inches long. Plus, it comes with fiber-optic sights. A modified choke tube is included.
How is the condition of a Stevens Model 94 shotgun?
ND – VERY GOOD- in working condition, 80% finish or better, appreciable wear on working surfaces 80% – 89%, no corrosion or pitting, minor surface dents or scratches. Wood condition commensurable with percent of finish with dings and dents associated with 80% – 89% gun. 3″ chamber, full choke, and 14 1/4″ LOP.
What are the parts of a savage 94?
The parts listed below are for your identification purposes only. The author of this website DOES NOT have any parts. Extractor, 16ga. . . Note that extractors for guns made prior to 1950 were .435 wide at the top, while the later ones were .308.
Where are the bead lines on a Stevens shotgun?
The upper end is across the factory bead front sight, and the lower end is centered in etched lines put above the chamber centerline at the factory. As the shotgun shot one duck to the left due to a slightly bent barrel, I decided to compensate for the bend via installing a new front sight slightly off-center to the left.
What to do with a bent Stevens shotgun?
As the shotgun shot one duck to the left due to a slightly bent barrel, I decided to compensate for the bend via installing a new front sight slightly off-center to the left. That required punching a start hole for the drill bit.