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I acquired my uncles recently and it has potential!!! But... I think he mistook the stock for a hammer at some point. Ay ideas for a replacement stock?
 

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savageman97 said:
No I haven't.I don't have the extra income right now
I understand how that is. I will be selling something to pay for the stock if they can hook me up. It may be cheaper for me to buy a new rifle in the end. From what I researched the rifle is only worth $100-175, but we will see.
 

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I have used them several times and they are OK
 

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Since Revelation was a store brand, used by Western Auto, and covered DOZENS of different firearms by MANY different makers- ya wanna give us a HINT what you have?


Or do we hafta send Guido and nunzio by to talk wich ya? :cool:
 

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c3shooter said:
Since Revelation was a store brand, used by Western Auto, and covered DOZENS of different firearms by MANY different makers- ya wanna give us a HINT what you have?

Or do we hafta send Guido and nunzio by to talk wich ya? :cool:
Lol. Sorry w ill get a pic and more specifics in the morning.
 

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These are really cool old guns. They are called "Click Clack" guns. When you fire the rifle keep the trigger held back, this will hold the bolt open. Easing the trigger forward will reset the sear and cause the bolt to go forward chambering the next round. Really nice for practicing good marksmanship IMHO. I bought a revelation myself for a project rifle, if I am not mistaken yours will be a Savage 187A as mine was. The main differences in the stock are the safety, rear plug and inlet trigger guard (where the stock is concerned). The earliest models (6, 7)had a flat rear plug and an inlet safety these stocks are not to be found anywhere, as best I know. The tapered rear plug and inlet safety are still avalible at Numrich as long as you don't have an inlet trigger guard.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufac...2/187Series-39701/187SeriesA-33833.htm?page=3

If you have a tapered rear plug and safety on the rear plug then you have one of the newest models and the stock can be found here
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufac...s-40502/187Series-39701/187J-33836.htm?page=4

This rifle is really not worth anything but I think it really has some unique features that make it fun to learn about and use. Hope this has helped.
 

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Commocarl said:
These are really cool old guns. They are called "Click Clack" guns. When you fire the rifle keep the trigger held back, this will hold the bolt open. Easing the trigger forward will reset the sear and cause the bolt to go forward chambering the next round. Really nice for practicing good marksmanship IMHO. I bought a revelation myself for a project rifle, if I am not mistaken yours will be a Savage 187A as mine was. The main differences in the stock are the safety, rear plug and inlet trigger guard (where the stock is concerned). The earliest models (6, 7)had a flat rear plug and an inlet safety these stocks are not to be found anywhere, as best I know. The tapered rear plug and inlet safety are still avalible at Numrich as long as you don't have an inlet trigger guard.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/SavageStevensSpringfieldFox-33479/Rifles-40502/187Series-39701/187SeriesA-33833.htm?page=3

If you have a tapered rear plug and safety on the rear plug then you have one of the newest models and the stock can be found here
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/SavageStevensSpringfieldFox-33479/Rifles-40502/187Series-39701/187J-33836.htm?page=4

This rifle is really not worth anything but I think it really has some unique features that make it fun to learn about and use. Hope this has helped.


Brown Wood Beige Tints and shades Flooring

This is a series B Savage
 

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Commocarl said:
These are really cool old guns. They are called "Click Clack" guns. When you fire the rifle keep the trigger held back, this will hold the bolt open. Easing the trigger forward will reset the sear and cause the bolt to go forward chambering the next round. Really nice for practicing good marksmanship IMHO. I bought a revelation myself for a project rifle, if I am not mistaken yours will be a Savage 187A as mine was. The main differences in the stock are the safety, rear plug and inlet trigger guard (where the stock is concerned). The earliest models (6, 7)had a flat rear plug and an inlet safety these stocks are not to be found anywhere, as best I know. The tapered rear plug and inlet safety are still avalible at Numrich as long as you don't have an inlet trigger guard.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/SavageStevensSpringfieldFox-33479/Rifles-40502/187Series-39701/187SeriesA-33833.htm?page=3

If you have a tapered rear plug and safety on the rear plug then you have one of the newest models and the stock can be found here
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/SavageStevensSpringfieldFox-33479/Rifles-40502/187Series-39701/187J-33836.htm?page=4

This rifle is really not worth anything but I think it really has some unique features that make it fun to learn about and use. Hope this has helped.
It does help. Thank you. I've been able to get a few rounds fired out of it and I am impressed with it. Especially for the money.
 
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