Anyone else have one or know anything about them like years of manufacture? BUT NOT MUCH. Fax 605-343-9420. 605-343-8481 Guns will also be sent holder. Note also that there were two types of front sling swivels—either attached to a barrel band (earlier type) or attached to the magazine plug platform. them U.P.S. When the United Stated pulled out of Vietnam, most Model 77Es were left behind. 25 1/2" barrel with fixed full choke.
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Company 1 was establishing night ambush sites when the command group was attacked by a reinforced North Vietnamese company supported by heavy automatic weapons and mortar fire.
Often, Vietnam 77Es will be encountered with most of the black stain worn off of the stock and forearm. With a web belt around his leg serving as a tourniquet and with his leg jammed into the dirt to curtain (sic) the bleeding, he remained in this position and delivered devastating fire into the ranks of the enemy attempting to overrun the Marines. Martial 77E shotguns are readily identifiable by the Parkerized receiver and barrel; the “U.S.” stamped on the right side of the receiver just behind the barrel; the “P” proof marks on top of the receiver and barrel; a 20-inch, cylinder-bored barrel with a bead sight; a black, stained stock and forearm; a rubber recoil pad; and sling swivels.
6 of 8 Forgotten Warrior: Stevens’ Model 77E Shotgun This Vietnam-era box of 12-gauge, 00 buckshot from Olin Mathieson held 10 rounds of ammunition.
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