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Old 11-23-2011, 06:25 AM   #1
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Have a Topper and the transfer bar broke any ideas

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Old 11-23-2011, 11:40 AM   #2
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Bob Boyd's or Bill's Gunshop there in Pueblo. Relately simple guns IF YOU HAVE THE TOOLS, and parts are available. However, the question would be WHY the transfer bar broke.

PS- used to live North of you up in Douglas County CO.

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Bob Boyd's or Bill's Gunshop there in Pueblo. Relately simple guns IF YOU HAVE THE TOOLS, and parts are available. However, the question would be WHY the transfer bar broke.

PS- used to live North of you up in Douglas County CO.
Pass on bills gun shop call chuck young blood he lives by roselawn cemetery there in pueblo after u go by to drop off the gun stop at my rental on 1856 24th lane let me know how bad they tore up my house chuck said it was not to bad , but then he chuckled. Chuck youngblood has been a smith for over 40 years
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Bob Boyd's or Bill's Gunshop there in Pueblo. Relately simple guns IF YOU HAVE THE TOOLS, and parts are available. However, the question would be WHY the transfer bar broke.

PS- used to live North of you up in Douglas County CO.
Chuck youngblood is in the phone book an lives right before lake view estates by the boys ranch nig sign next to house says gunsmith services, if u cant find his number ill send u a private message let me know
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How would I punch out the pins holding it in

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And it was my Dads 2nd shotgun he got it for free when her traded it for his 410. At a Turkey Shoot

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I took the shotgun apart and the hammer broke that is why it fell in right in half

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"and the hammer broke "

The hammer is also broken? The transfer bars broke on a large number of these guns. When I was gunsmithing I kept several in stock. If you can not find one I do have a couple left. But I would prefer to keep them.

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Transfer bar didn't even have a scratch perfectly fine

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Transfer bar didn't even have a scratch perfectly fine
Take it to chuck youngblood there in pueblo ,master gunsmith of over 40 yrs, he will fix it for a very reasonable price. He has done many custom jobs for me. If u cant find his place pm me an ill send u his number
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