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Springfield 67F

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Bagpiper, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. Bagpiper

    Bagpiper New Member

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    I have recently become the proud (or maybe not so proud) owner of a Springfield Model 67F .410 pump shotgun. I've done a little internet surfing, looking for information on these shotguns, and just about all that I can find suggests that the earlier models are pretty good guns while the later models make a fairly decent boat anchor (provided you have a wee skiff). If anyone can give me some additional info, I'd sure appreciate it.
     


  2. ROGER4314

    ROGER4314 Been Called "Flash" Since I Was A Kid!

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    When I was doing a lot of duck hunting in Kansas, I had two Springfield 12 gauge pumps. One had a very unnerving habit of discharging when the slide was brought forward. I remember them being a nice, low cost pump shotgun but that trait just ruined it for me and I sold both of them.

    Check that out carefully and if you should see that problem, you might consider it as a decorator. For my money, the Mossberg 88 or 500 are the best low end shotguns and of course, the Remington 870 Express above that.

    Flash
     
  3. Bagpiper

    Bagpiper New Member

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    Thanks Flash,

    I haven't noticed any malfunctions with the shotgun, but I'll keep an eye on it.

    Robert
     

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