Stevens Favorite 
Extractors

These guns were have been made in 22RF, 25RF, or 32RF.  Extractors are different  height for each caliber, however it may be possible to alter the 22 (longest) to fit the others if  the width & hole are right.  

Some of the early 1894's used the 1889 extractor. The intermediate 1894's had a wider top section than the bottom, this was originally  thought to be only on the larger calibers, but a couple of early 1894's  in 22RF have been located with a wide top also. 

Confusion is compounded in factory illustrated parts catalogs, as depending on the vintage of the catalog the part numbers have also changed.   Also, in the deHaas books, his illustrations show a late ejector version 1894, which uses the 1915 extractor/ejector.  Also the numbers he uses are illustration numbers only, & not factory part numbers.


   Model                                                            Illustration                                         Part # used

1889 & early 1894 
     (side style extractor)   some call it the 7 o-clock style
                        

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#28AB

1894 (center style -intermediate  type extractor)
  240 wide top, .152 wide bottom .131 or .193 dia.  pivot hole
      (the small hole could be for a late 1889 ?)
           
         

#13WB = .191 dia hole

#13WB-S= .131 dia hole

1894 (center style -late extractor)
      .240 wide top to bottom.193 dia. pivot hole

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#14B / 28B 

Late 1894 &1915 
                (model 1915 stamped on top tang)
      .240 wide,  .193 dia pivot hole
  Spring loaded plunger system of  ejection was also used on some late special order 1894s,   this unit is actually called an ejector

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#6-9BC 

Made in  22 RF only

                    Savage Favorite Extractor
                    Made after 1960

  71/72/74  
        
(made 1971-1989)

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  #71-59

   30G (introduced 1999)

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