Where can I find Savage Stevens Model 77F?
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Is the Stevens Model 77E pump action shotgun for sale?
Description: We are offering for sale a Stevens Model 77E pump action shotgun chambered in 12GA. for 2 ¾” shells. This gun remains very good; The stock was shortened as this was either a youth gun or a gun modified for a woman. LOP is 13 ½”. Gun remains in very good condition. 21″ barrel; Barrel bluing as turned brown; dark grey.
How much did Savage Stevens charge for shotguns?
Four companies bid for the contract, with Savage Stevens being the lowest at $31.50 per shotgun, followed by High Standard at $33.25, Ithaca at $38.11 and Remington at $55.43. Stevens was actually overbid on the shotguns, as their actual charge to the government was $33.51 each.
When did Savage Arms take over Stevens Arms?
STEVENS ARMS CO., J. All Models :: Gun Values by Gun Digest In 1864, this firm began doing business as J. Stevens & Company. In 1888, it was incorporated as J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company. It operated as such until 1920, when it was taken over by Savage Arms Company. It has operated as an independent division in this organization since.
When was the last Model 77E shotgun made?
According to U.S. military shotgun collector Jeff Moeller, factory records indicate 77E production ended in early 1964, rather than later as is sometimes cited. The first delivery of the initial contract took place on May 24, 1963 and the last on December 31, 1963 for a total of 58,940.
What was the advantage of the Model 77E?
One advantage of the 77E was that it was inexpensive. Because the original intent was to provide the 77E for Vietnamese forces, the stocks were reduced by about 0.62 inches, making length of pull 13 inches.