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springfield model 67d 12ga...price?

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by FriendOfEvanWilliams, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. FriendOfEvanWilliams

    FriendOfEvanWilliams Juneau, Alaska Member

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    Hey everybody, I'm trying to figure out how interested people would be in my first gun, which is a project. I picked up a Springfield 67d at a pawn shop about a year back, and it is a great beater gun. It does, however, fail to fire the shell every 20 or so. Also, the finishing is pretty far gone. For me, a relative newbie, it's too much of a project, but anyone with the slightest bit of knowhow could make this a solid utility shotgun.

    I'm pretty convinced that the firing problem is the pin, because on the misfire shells, the primer has still been struck, just barely though. And on the casings that did go off, the pot where the firing pin hit is inconsistent in location and force.

    I'm wondering how much would be a good asking price? No pictures yet, but in the next couple days I can take some.

    Thanks,
    Jordan
     
  2. FriendOfEvanWilliams

    FriendOfEvanWilliams Juneau, Alaska Member

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  3. coctailer

    coctailer Portland, OR/Hastings, MI/Vancouver,WA I run with scissors.

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    That's about the right price for one in great condition.
     
  4. FriendOfEvanWilliams

    FriendOfEvanWilliams Juneau, Alaska Member

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    Bump with pictures, looking to see what this would be worth.

    Thanks
     
  5. Generator

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    Part of a double buy, I paid $75 for a 67E (looks identical to yours but in much better condition when I bought it)

    Keep it as a project, the stock is made so only people with huge hands can fire it comfortably which puts people off of it. You'll probably get more fun out of messing with it than the bit of cash you would get for it.

    I shortened mine down to 18 3/4. Also make the mistake of opening it up to clean it/see its guns and losing the spring(piston looking piece) that ejects shells so now I have to yank them out by hand.

    With the stock like that I'd guess you wouldn't get more than 100 for it.
     
  6. FriendOfEvanWilliams

    FriendOfEvanWilliams Juneau, Alaska Member

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    Yeah, it is a big handed grip. I've found that its firing problems go away for the most part if you beat the bubblegum out of it. Rack it as hard as possible and shoot as soon as you can and she'll go off every time, but if you don't know how to finesse it you'll get some duds. I guess I'll put it up for $100 OBO. Thanks everybody.

    Jordan