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Old 04-29-2014, 03:59 AM   #11
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How can you tell? That looks just like the other ones too

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How can you tell? That looks just like the other ones too
The firing pin retaining pin, the 100`s pin goes down through the top, its a screw.
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Here I found this, check it out !.............

http://www.leeroysramblings.com/Gun%20Articles/savagestevens_single_shot_shotg.html

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An 89? Could be--the pin count is right. I was looking more at that
countoured "cheek" on the side of the receiver---but the 106 lacks
the 3rd pin up high. I wonder if the 89 in the picture is a .410 or
maybe 20 ga.? They are flat sided in several models---that contoured
side only appears in the 12 ga (and maybe 16?).
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I think you're right. Thanks for the help

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And of course the #1 part I need is the one that seems to have disappeared from the world. Know where I can get a buttstock for it? Only place I can find one is Bob's gun shop (gun-parts.com), but their website looks pretty iffy, and their reviews are really iffy.

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An 89? Could be--the pin count is right. I was looking more at that
countoured "cheek" on the side of the receiver---but the 106 lacks
the 3rd pin up high. I wonder if the 89 in the picture is a .410 or
maybe 20 ga.? They are flat sided in several models---that contoured
side only appears in the 12 ga (and maybe 16?).
And YES the 12 gauge had a beefier receiver...............
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Got the new barrel in today, and had a few problems. There are some noticeable differences between the two. The snap on foreend won't fit on the new barrel. And how do I get the ejector/extractor out? I can't get the pins knocked out.

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And why did you get a new barrel ?...................

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Old one had major corrosion in the bore

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