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Old 02-11-2013, 10:14 PM
BIGCMPFAN BIGCMPFAN is offline
 
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Default WTS: Stevens Trench Gun Handguards / Bayonet Mounts

I have some vintage Viet Nam war STEVENS ARMS trench gun shotgun handguards / bayonet mounts.

>>> THE TOP ONE IS SOLD PENDING FUNDS. THE BOTTOM ONE IS SOLD.<<<

These are used, from a police department that had them since the 1970's. These were made by STEVENS ARMS for the US Military and our ARVN Allies. They were used a little in VietNam, and most stayed here in the states as the war was wrapping up. These were made for the STEVEN 77E US Military riot guns, but they might fit on several other 12 gages.

These take the US M5 / M5A1 bayonets, the short example of the M1 Garand Bayonet. They do not fit the long Enfield 1907 bayonet!

There is some rust on these. Two do not have the sling swivel. One of them is bent in several places. They all show some use.

Choice of these for $175 obo. The ones without sling swivels would go for a little less.

I would consider trading for a Mosin FTF in Illinois.

There is much more information on these on line. From a GUNBROKER ad right now is a lot of information, and you can check this link if interested:

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=328845591

















Again, choice of these for $175 OBO. If you want more pictures please shoot me an email or private message.

>>> THE TOP ONE IS SOLD PENDING FUNDS. THE BOTTOM ONE (IN THE FIRST PICTURE) IS SOLD. <<<
Thank you.

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Old 02-12-2013, 06:10 AM
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Any manufacturer marks? Could I get I.D. and O.A. lenth please.






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Old 02-12-2013, 06:44 PM
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I would also like those specs please. From the link you posted, these fit the 77e and the 520-30?
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:19 PM
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They look to be for the Winchester Model 1200's...
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:44 AM
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Send me a PM with price for the top one that is bent and missing the swivel..I would assume that is the one you could do the best price on...Thanks

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Old 02-13-2013, 05:14 PM
John D.Kopke John D.Kopke is offline
 
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Hello BIGCMPFAN';
I will take the best one with a sling swivel.

Thanks (PM with payment details).
jonn (USCG 1961-1967 Bay of Pigs yacht club Member).
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Old 02-13-2013, 06:49 PM
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Any manufacturer marks? Could I get I.D. and O.A. length please. HILLER..............
Sure, thanks for asking.

These have no maker marks, period. They are exactly what Canfield describes in his COMBAT SHOTGUNS book.

I will tell you dimensions as best I can.

The overall length is 17 and 3/4 inches long. The heavy solid portion up front (which includes the bayonet mount and the screws) is 3 and 3/4 inches long.

For the inside diameter, it is very close to 7/8ths of an inch. It seems to me, with my little ruler, to be exactly 7/8 th inches interior diameter.

Exterior diameter is 1 and 1/16th inches, maybe a hair more.

Honestly, I think I need a micrometer to get a super accurate reading.

If you are low-tech like me, you can also get a ROUGH idea of the heavy front metal interior diameter and exterior diameter by using a US quarter. Holding a quarter over the opening, the 25cents piece covers the opening, but not the entire front. The quarter leaves 3/32 of an inch to spare, so it is 3/32 inch smaller than the outside diameter.

If you need more pictures, I can take more.

Thank you.
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Old 02-13-2013, 06:52 PM
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Send me a PM with price for the top one that is bent and missing the swivel..I would assume that is the one you could do the best price on...Thanks
PM sent on the bent one.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:09 PM
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Hello BIGCMPFAN';
I will take the best one with a sling swivel.

Thanks (PM with payment details).
jonn (USCG 1961-1967 Bay of Pigs yacht club Member).
PM sent
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:15 PM
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I would also like those specs please. From the link you posted, these fit the 77e and the 520-30?
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They look to be for the Winchester Model 1200's...
Gentlemen,
They were made by Stevens for the 77E riot gun to transform it into a trench gun. The 77-series seems to have included 77E shotguns with full-length/field barrels as well, surely with different dimensions/tapers/diameters.

These were put on several models of 12 gauge shotguns by our armorers in VietNam.

They apparently do not fit EVERYTHING, as the link to the GunBroker auction notes that his gunsmith had to open up the inner diameter a bit to fit on his shotgun.

There is some flexibility in diameter, as the hex screws snug these down a bit.

I have seen these on Stevens shotguns, but a friend has a near-identical Savage 67 and the heatshield was too small for it.
I have a buddy with one of these on an Ithaca 37, and I can get a picture if you like.

Thank you.
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