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    tfaranyosi
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    New to Shotguns


    Hello,

    Friend of my has a 12 GA pump with a 18.5" barrel. He purchased it 30 years ego, but never shot it.
    I am looking for a HD shotgun, so I am considering buying it.
    It is a Stevens Model 67 series E by Savage Arms. SN:D7101xx.
    Is it a reliable for home defense?
    What would be a fair price?
    Any and all comments are welcome.

    Thanks


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    Re: New to Shotguns

    I don't believe that gun was made with a 18 1/2" barrel. Maybe it has seen some hacksaw action? In 100 % condition it is a $200.00 to $250.00 gun depending on if it has a vent rib and choke tubes. Should be fine for your intended use as long as it cycles ok.
    Charlie
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    tfaranyosi
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    Re: New to Shotguns

    Thanks Charlie

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    Re: New to Shotguns

    BTW: Welcome to the lunacy.
    C
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    Re: New to Shotguns

    In Vietnam I had a Springfield ( I assume a Stevens ) pump issued to me for use guarding the garbage dump. It had a short barrel and it worked pretty good when I could find someone to toss cans in the air for me.

    375Win
    After the first shot the rest are just noise.<br /><br />Savage 219&nbsp;&nbsp; 22H<br />Savage 1920&nbsp; 250-3000<br />Savage 1899&nbsp; 25-35<br />Savage 99&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; 250-3000, 308, 375Win<br />Savage 11&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; 6mm-204<br />Stevens 200&nbsp;&nbsp; 223, 22-204, 25-204, 22-250, 250-3000

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    JamesD
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    Re: New to Shotguns

    Quote Originally Posted by tfaranyosi
    Hello,

    Friend of my has a 12 GA pump with a 18.5" barrel. He purchased it 30 years ego, but never shot it.
    I am looking for a HD shotgun, so I am considering buying it.
    It is a Stevens Model 67 series E by Savage Arms. SN:D7101xx.
    Is it a reliable for home defense?
    What would be a fair price?
    Any and all comments are welcome.

    Thanks

    I too have a 67E. A fair price if it is in mint condition would be $175-$200 but on average about $125-$150 if everything works. I read on the net they are an OK gun. I bought mine earlier this year and I have not had a chance to fire it so I cannot give you an accurate review. I believe mine is an 18.5 barrel as well. Here are some pictures:





    James


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