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Savage 69R-H

Postby pbwalker » Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:39 pm

I was going through the safe yesterday and found a shotty I had forgotten I picked up a few years back (I could never go in to GT Distributors and walk out empty handed... :lol: ). I've been trying to do some research on it, and haven't had much luck.

Savage 69R-H
"State of Arizona" engraved on the stock

So apparently these are the State / Police versions of the Vietnam era Stevens 77E from what I've read. Nothing fancy...supposedly a lower cost option to the Ithaca 37?

Much beyond that, I'm finding nothing.

Does anyone have any details on this shotgun? Are 77E parts interchangeable with the 69R-H? Good candidate as a SBS?
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Re: Savage 69R-H

Postby Pawpaw » Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:47 pm

There's a little info here, under the "Savage 30" heading:
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Re: Savage 69R-H

Postby puma guy » Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:19 pm

Some information on shotty websites says they were AZ LE and National Guard guns and identical to the 77E.
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