In operation, when you depressed the rear magazine latch, this spring ejected the magazine. That means a lot of changes in 2 years. All times are GMT It sports the Dockendorf rear sight, but is missing the peep sight. OK, maybe not totally, but transitioned or possibly a carry over using the hornet extractor verified from parts list showing the plunger ejector DH, as the D on this part number should indicate the D series and the H refers to the 22 Hornet caliber. This groove is placed differently for each caliber. It consists of a stamped out sheet metal U shaped housing that is screwed onto the bottom of the receiver by 2 screws.
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The receiver has recesses which act as a upper stop for the magazine, but the stop pad is taller on the new magazines.
Savage 340 date of manufacture
Users browsing this forum: Thesince it came in later than the used the then existing system. In the factory parts manual, it lists the as series E, with the only difference between it and the E being the birch stock and a rear sight with uses the stepped elevator. I have a savage model. The original factory magazines used a flat follower that again caused somewhat erratic feeding problems. FOR on the rear end panel.