Springfield model 67

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  1. Buford Allen

    Buford Allen New Member

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    I recently acquired a Springfield mod. 67 at a gun show on a trade. It's in 12ga, 3" chamber, 18" brl. w/mod. choke, synthetic pistol grip and pump, and total capacity of 7. I am unfamiliar with this shotgun and was curious of it's value. It also has Savage Firearms on the side of the receiver under Springfield Model 67. Would this be a Springfield, Savage, or both?
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    inplanotx New Member

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    Well, had to check two books, but what you have is a Stevens Model 69-RXL which was a law enforcement version of the Stevens Model 67. It has a 18 1/4" 3" Mag cylinder bore barrel.

    100% - $200
    98% - 160
    95% - 140
    90% - 110
    80% - 100

    Hope this helps.
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    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    Minn-eeee-sota, ya, sure, you bet!
    "Would this be a Springfield, Savage, or both?"

    In this case, it's a Springfield-Stevens-Savage.....and it has nothing to do with Springfield Armory....either the U.S. Armory at Springfield, MA or the later commercial company by that name.

    "Springfield" was the trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms Co. for their less expensive utility-grade firearms.

    In 1920, Savage bought out Stevens, but continued to manufacture guns under both the J. Stevens and Springfield trade names for some number of years.
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    Buford Allen New Member

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    OK, I wasn't sure of the choke. All I did was put a dime in the end of the barrel and it fit all the way in. Also, aren't all the newer Savage Firearms made in Canada? This shotgun has Westfield Mass. USA on the receiver. I didn't notice it before but it also has Series-D on it. Would the Model 67 designate the first year of production like mil-surp firearms?
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    Only way to tell what year it was made is by the serial number. All books say this is a derivative of the model 67 and the books call it a model 69 LEO gun. It is the only one with a 18.25" barrel.
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    I have 2 67's a 67E 410 and a 67F 20 ga 3"
    I bought the 20 in the early 70's and just got the 410 in a trade.
    The 410 is a little (E vs F) older than the 20

    Here is the end off the box the 20 came in
    Savage Arms Westfield Mass

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