My son has a Springfield Savage Model 67H which was my father's. He recently took it to a gun shop to ask about getting the barrel blued. The shopsmith told him that that particular model of gun, and the fact that it's a Springfield Savage, was last made in either the 1930's or 1940's. He said that most collectors books don't even have them listed. As for the value of it, I found a site where someone has 1 for sale, called 'good condition', and he's selling it for $139. For a gun that's about 60 years old, that's not much. It's my guess that the gunsmith really doesn't know when they were last made.
Any help would be appreciated in disassembly and cleaning of a savage arms serial. How to disassemble and clean springfield model 67 series e 12ga. When was the Springfield shotgun model 67H manufactured by Savage Arms?
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I hope this is of some help to you. I can't find an exact period of production for the Model 67, but the Springfield name was last used by Savage in 1948. Watch the one on that website to see if it sells. I'd say it is over-priced by about 10% if it is only in NRA Good condition. I have been looking for literature on the same type shotgun.
I have a savage springfield model 67d pump 12 ga.and so far have been unlucky in turning up any info. Good Luck This pump shotgun is a 20ga w/ 28' barrel, round wood handguard and gold bead front sight.
Ser # A496XXX. Ted Smith Aerostar Manual. The outside is blued (Rust brown) with aluminum trigger guard. PS: Model 67 (no letter designator) The Stevens Division of Savage Arms made the Springfield shotguns from 1920 to 1948.
Your Serial number indicates the born date of your firearm was May of 1970. This firearm was discontinued in 1988. Part and diagram can be obtained from Numrich Arms In West Hurly N.Y.
Let's start with the fact that there is no 'model 1898 Springfield.' The US military rifle made at the Springfield armory as the 'Model of 1898' is better known as the Krag-Jorgensen (readily identified by the box magazine on the right side of the receiver, instead of underneath). Up until the late 80's, Springfield Armory (actually Springfield, Inc, and no relation to the old government armory) imported the Mauser M98, and in 1995 the CZ 98.
I am uncertain as to the markings on those guns, however. If you have the Mauser or CZ, you have a utility / hunting rifle of value to shooters, but not collectors. If you have a Krag-Jorgensen, get it examined and appraised before you even think of selling it.