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Old 04-02-2012, 03:15 AM   #11
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did you check the pump's slide rails? they may be bent or cracked? DO take out the parts and check for knicks, dings, bent parts, and burs.
Yes its all smooth i think the chamber that the shell actually sits in while being shot needs to be smoothed cause the guy that had it before me didnt clean the much if at all... fyi i hate that im a firm believer in keeping your guns clean at all times even if u only shoot it once clean it


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Old 04-02-2012, 03:32 AM   #12
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it would maybe help if we did not have to guess if was pre-1900 spencer or a browning bps or some kind we never heard of that was made in scotland
hay whats the matter with scots made guns ?


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Old 04-02-2012, 04:19 AM   #13
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"hay whats the matter with scots made guns ? "
Did I say something was the matter with them?

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Check the Shell ejector, (the little springy piece inside the action) Check to see if it's bent out too far...

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Check the Shell ejector, (the little springy piece inside the action) Check to see if it's bent out too far...
The little thing sticking out on tge right side of the bolt?
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Check the Shell ejector, (the little springy piece inside the action) Check to see if it's bent out too far...
Do you mean the claw extractor?

This is what it looks like in a Remington 1100



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Do you mean the claw extractor?

This is what it looks like in a Remington 1100
Thats what im sure hes talking about
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How would that make it hard to pump when all it does is grab the shell and pull it out?

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How would that make it hard to pump when all it does is grab the shell and pull it out?
I'm not really sure either...that's why I was wondering haha.

hmmm...I'm having trouble thinking of anything else.
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I'm not really sure either...that's why I was wondering haha.

hmmm...I'm having trouble thinking of anything else.
Hmmm if thats the problem then what wld i do to bed it back


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