Cart | Checkout | Order Status/Account
Buy with Confidence
Customers Currently Online
Satisfied Customers Since 2003
You Are In:
Catalog HomeSG1667-N

Facebook YouTube Channel Twitter Feed Blog
Product Search
Search In Descriptions
***Find it Quick***


Store Directory

Buy with Confidence

How to Buy a Gun Online
How to Purchase NFA (Class III) Items
Don't Lie for the Other Guy
Why Buy From Buds?
Payment Options & Cancellation Fees
Shipping & Returns
State Restrictions
Norton Shopping Guarantee
Team Buds
Recent Reviews
Conditions of Use
Privacy Notice

CIA SG1667-N PW87 Lever 12 Gauge ga 19" 2.75" Wood Black Fin

Contact Gurney
Model: SG1667-N
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 83799
UPC: 787450069923
MFG: Century International Arms Inc.

*Please Note!! Many of our pictures are stock photos provided to us by the manufacturer and do not necessarily represent the actual item being purchased. Please verify this picture accurately reflects the product described by the title and description on this page before you place your order.

Free Shipping
Additional Fees for Long Guns Shipped to
Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico


Perfect for Cowboy Action Shooting crowd or those that just want something a little different in their collection. The unique structure, reliable operation and elegant shape make the PW87 shotgun an ideal choice for hunting and shooting. Based on a Browning design, these lever action, rolling block shotguns bring us back to yesteryear - reminding us of "How the West Was Won!"
Finish Brass
Action Pivot Block
Gauge 20 & 28 Gauge
Barrel Length 16.3
Overall Length 49 1/4"
Capacity 34+1
Stock Folding
Chamber 2.75", 3", 3.5"
Weight 7.9 lbs
Finish Matte Blue
Action Semi-Auto (Direct Impingement)
Gauge 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 18 1/2"(Rifle) & 22"(Shotgun)
Overall Length 38"-243 Win./40"-.50 Cal.
Capacity 50 + 1
Stock Collapsible
Chamber 2.5"
Weight 7.9 lbs
Finish Matte Black
Action Pistol
Gauge 16 Gauge
Barrel Length 20", 20" & 26"
Overall Length 35.1"
Capacity Not Valid
Stock Fixed
Chamber 3 1/2"
Weight 7.9 lbs
Finish Wood
Action Lever
Gauge 12 Gauge
Barrel Length 19"
Overall Length 40"
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock wood
Chamber 2.75"
Weight 7.9 lbs

Write Review


Product Reviews
15 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.1 of 5 Stars! [4.1 of 5 Stars!]
5 stars:
47% (7 of 15)
4 stars:
34% (5 of 15)
3 stars:
7% (1 of 15)
2 stars:
6% (1 of 15)
1 star:
6% (1 of 15)
Reviewed By: James E on 09/23/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I'm with the other guy that said you have to work the gun with Authority. This is a fantastic shotgun for the money and holds a boat load of rounds. I've shot at least 50 2 3/4 rounds with not one failure. Look in the gun while it is unloaded. Work the action and watch what's going on. In order to get the lifter to move you have to slam lever forward. Also, ejection occurs by shear force only. If you rack it forward hard you should get good ejection and a new shell lifted. If you limp wrist it you'll get failure to eject. This isn't a good bird gun but it's great for cowboy action and home defense.

Display Product Review on Full Page
Reviewed By: Kevin R on 07/18/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Lever action shotgun is awesome! Yes it would easily handle a 2-1/2 " shell and eject the shell betterl You have to be rough with the action, rock that baby full open with authority! What an absolute blast to shoot! I bought another one and will keep buying. One post said the action flimsy and riddled with burrs...he must have voted for Obama?! You guy's that posted negatively... send the firearm to me...I'll shoot the mustard out of it!

Display Product Review on Full Page
Reviewed By: Stacy S on 05/27/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
The shotgun arrived in a shipping box with very little cushion. Dispite this, the shotgun was un-marked. The oil in the shotgun is gritty, so it needs to be taken apart and cleaned (including cleaning the magazine). After cleaning, I went to the range with about 100 rounds of various types of ammo. At first the ejection was spotty - but after about 50 rounds, the shotgun began to eject reliably. The ammo that worked best for me was the Spartan 00 buck - which I found strange since it is one of the cheapest (about $9 a box of 25). After 75 rounds I looked over the shotgun and noticed that the two screws that hold in the lifter had started to back out of the holes. Also noticed the bluing was worn off near the hammer on the back of the rotating block - but I think this is just normal wear and tear. When cycling this shotgun, you cannot be gentle - it requires a firm swing of the lever to eject and cycle the next round. This shotgun is fun to shoot. The butt pad is hard plastic - so no cushion for the shoulder. Also note that after-market assessories are not readily available.

Display Product Review on Full Page
Reviewed By: Conor H on 04/21/2015 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I jumped at the price to get this gun for $300, the original M1887 is around $1000 and I thought this would be a budget substitute. It is accurate, and fun to shoot, when it works. Every time I shoot it the shell catches in the extractor and fails to eject. Unless you have put about twenty rounds in it to heat it up, it will not eject properly nearly every single time. In addition, the hammer on this firearm is tiny, making it difficult to make the weapon safe sometimes. Avoid this firearm.

Display Product Review on Full Page
Reviewed By: max M on 03/23/2015 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
This shotgun plain doesn't work. It fails to extract nearly every time, and on the rare occasion that it does pull the shell from the chamber, it fails to eject it. The internals are sloppy at best, with many burrs and machining marks. The only real positive I've found with this weapon is that the wood is nicely finished.

Display Product Review on Full Page
Show More Reviews