Springfield/Savage model 187s help

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by Monlee, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Monlee

    Monlee New Member

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    About 12 years ago when I was 11 literally the day my grandfather passed away he gave me his old Springfield/Savage model 187s. A few years later for some reason my brother and father got into an argument and they somehow broke it. I'm needing help identifying the parts necessary to be able to fire for the first time since he has given me it. I know it needs a new stock as it has been broken into a good few pieces. There is a tube type thing that goes in the magazine under the barrel that I believe pushes the rounds up one by one into the chamber while firing. I have no idea what it is called or where to buy one or buy a stock. Every website I look at I run into dead ends. I really appreciate any help possible. I'll try to post some picutes of exactly what I'm talking about though I don't have the best camera so please bear with me. It is is only thing I have of his and I've been wanting to be able to fire it ever since. I've linked a photo album to show the damages. The first two pictures are of the broken stock/whats left of it. The last two show the (magazine well)? that is missing a tube of some sort that pushes the rounds in the chamber. The red areas circles are where you load the ammo and the top of the tube where you secure the inner feeding tube. Any help with what the stuff is called that I need or even where to buy it would be much appreciated. http://imgur.com/a/OpXcZ
     

  2. Monlee

    Monlee New Member

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    Wow thanks, I have been searching for so long and you found it so fast for me. I really appreciate it man. You have no idea how much this means to me that I will finally be able to fire it. You're a good man/woman, ,I wish there were more people like you out there and maybe there could be peace
     
  3. primer1

    primer1 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Stick around this forum, there are lots of good people and tons of helpful information.