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tieler 06-14-2010 01:41 AM

problem with my mossberg maverick
 
okay well ive had my mossberg maverick 12 ga for about two years now. its a great working gun buy i cant keep my shells in. the little lever that keeps them in is sticking and i have tried everything to get it to stop. the more shells i put in the harder itll eject it. any suggestions?

IGETEVEN 06-14-2010 03:58 AM

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Maybe a good chamber cleaning, they do get fouled and cause problems with ejection and maybe replacement of the the extractor and spring.

Jack

FlBob518 06-17-2010 08:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tieler (Post 299442)
okay well ive had my mossberg maverick 12 ga for about two years now. its a great working gun buy i cant keep my shells in. the little lever that keeps them in is sticking and i have tried everything to get it to stop. the more shells i put in the harder itll eject it. any suggestions?

Did you put a side saddle on it? Even if you didn't, open the action and you will see a large screw on the other side of the action interior. Make sure that is not too tight or too loose. Too tight will freeze the action.

tieler 06-24-2010 09:05 AM

okay thank you both i will try them as soon as i get a chance. also i have 00 buck for home protection to go along with my glock 40. is that a decent round?.

DrumJunkie 06-24-2010 09:21 AM

Works for me...


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