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Old 05-07-2012, 05:04 AM   #1
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Have a sears and Roebuck model 75. The barrel looks more like a banana and the stock looks like lightning hit it and is busted. Anyone know of some one with a barrel for one? I believe it's a Ted Williams

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Old 05-07-2012, 07:13 AM   #2
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Think you have a High Standard Supermatic Deluxe. Numrich (gunpartscorp.com) does not list a barrel or stock for these, but you can email them- sometimes they have a few parts in stock they do not list. That is about a $250 shotgun in VG condition, so you may spend more fixing than you could buy one for-

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Yeah that's kinda what I was thinking. But it would be nice to shoot some history

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Have you ever heard of anyone straightening a barrel?

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Shotgun barrels CAN be straightened, depending on how MUCH they are bent, and not if they are crimped at the bend. Takes a gunsmith, not a parts replacer. Usually involves an arbor press, and a couple of big chunks of oak lumber. And a lot of experience.

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Yeah I wouldn't try it myself. Just wondering if it was possible

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I had an ol Stevens single shot .410 and my dad bent the barrel on it on purpose to make it shoot right bc it was shooting way off lol

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Hahaha did it work? I think this one would be off about 4-5 inches and that's just at the tip of the barrel. It's bad off.

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Hahaha did it work? I think this one would be off about 4-5 inches and that's just at the tip of the barrel. It's bad off.
Yea it made it shoot pretty close to perfect
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