Sears and Robuck Model 101.7d

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  1. Redbeernuts

    Redbeernuts G&G Newbie

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    Does anyone know where to get parts for this shotgun? I need a few internals for it. Its a side by side and I believe it was made in the 50s.

    Thanks for any help.


     
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  2. ArkansasHunter

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    RBN I don't know either but if your not around tomarrow I will try to keep your Thread active where it will be seen during the day.
    Good Luck...A.H
     
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    Thanks AH I appreciate it.
     
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    i tried cross referencing the number and come up with the following: sears 101.7 .... stevens 311 , sears 101.7c .... stevens 311C .... sounds like it might be a variation of a stevens 311, if this is any help....
     
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    BINGO I wanted to say it was a Stevens but I was'nt quiet sure. Maybe other here can agree that it's a Stevens or maybe made by someone else. My 20ga. Sears and Robuck single shot was manufactured by Stevens.
     
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    Sears sold guns manufactured by other companies under their own name. This is also true of Coast to Coast hardware store where my dad bought a 12 ga and a .22 back in the day. The shotgun is a Mossberg and the .22 a marlin. as far as I know they are nearly always the exact same gun as the orginal manufacturer sold only with a different name stamp. On some guns you will also find a stamp for the orginal manufacturer. My dad's .22 is stamped on the receiver with "Coast to Coast" but the barrel is stamped marlin.

    Did Stevens make a 311D? if so I am sure that is what the gun is.
     
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    Thats it It's a Stevens. Found the parts at Numrich. Thanks a lot for all the help.
     
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