ⓘ Stevens Model 77E


ⓘ Stevens Model 77E

The Stevens Model 77E was a pump-action shotgun offered in 12 gauge,16 gauge,20 gauge,28 gauge,and 410 gauge. The military version 77E was the most widely used shotgun of the Vietnam War. It was a short-barreled pump-action shotgun known variously as the "trench" or "riot" shotgun in 12 gauge. The Military Model 77E had a noticeably shorter stocks than similar United States military shotguns built by Ithaca Gun Company, Remington Arms, and Winchester Repeating Arms Company. These short stocks were intended to accommodate South Vietnamese soldiers, and the Military Model 77E was the first United States combat shotgun equipped with a rubber recoil pad. Military Model 77E shotguns were Parkerized with sling swivels and wooden stocks. Receivers were marked "U.S." and "p" proofmarks appeared on both barrels and receivers.

Several prototypes were fitted with bayonet adapters, but none is known to have been released. Some models 69R Stevens shotguns also saw service during the Vietnam war. The model 77E gave satisfactory service but was less durable than the Ithaca model 37. Open the site of attachment of the buttstock to the receiver was the most common complaint.

Although the model 77E is most widely known for his Viet military version of the era we are more civil barrel versions were and still are very popular shotguns.

Please note:in the information block on the right is relevant to the military model 77E only.

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