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Posted in thread: Remington 870 barrel on 03-18-2010 at 10:16 PM
Thanks Stalkingbear, I did work the action...I work the hell out of it and found where it was
rubbing. A little sanding on the fore-end (between the barrel and fore-end tube) did the trick.
Posted in thread: Remington 870 barrel on 03-18-2010 at 01:03 AM
Just received my 18" barrel for my 870 from Remington today. It is my old turkey shotgun and I
thought I'd make it my HD shotgun. Anyway, I installed it and noticed that the last 1/4" or so
Posted in thread: Ruger LCP on 07-01-2009 at 11:37 PM
I've recently bought a LCP and took it to the range. I had no problems at all. It loaded, shot,
extracted and ejected every round. Although all the ammo I had was a couple of boxes of Fiocchi
FMJ and ...
Posted in thread: Hello from Western North Carolina on 05-29-2009 at 12:25 AM
Welcome to the forum from the central part of NC. Hope you enjoy yourself here. I've learned
alot in the short time I've been a member. I do more lurking than posting though. I know what
Posted in thread: Bolt action shotguns on 05-24-2009 at 01:16 AM
I have a Sears bolt action 12 ga (which would be a Savage model 58), with an adjustable choke.
It was my father's. He bought it around 1966 or 1967 maybe. It's old enough not to have a
serial number. ...
Posted in thread: Rem. Chokes on 03-25-2009 at 01:54 AM
I've been looking at those Remingtons too. One of the Express models comes with a 18" fixed
cylinder choke which means no choke tube. But the others I believe come with the Rem-Chokes.
There is one ta...
Posted in thread: Replacement Barrel for Remington 870. on 03-24-2009 at 02:15 AM
Can anyone tell me if a Express 18", fixed cylinder choke, barrel will fit a SPST model 870? To
the best of my knowledge, the SPST stands for "Special Purpose Shotgun Turkey". This is a
turkey gun wit...
Posted in thread: New member in North Carolina on 02-08-2009 at 02:34 AM
Welcome from the central part of North Carolina.
Posted in thread: Who really makes it? on 01-25-2009 at 03:12 PM
It is a single action. Although I wouldn't call it a lever action....maybe a lever extraction.
Operating the lever only extracted the spent shell, you still had to cock the hammer manually.
Posted in thread: Who really makes it? on 01-25-2009 at 04:08 AM
I have a .22 rifle labeled as a Sears "Ted Williams" Saddlegun. Model number 340.530430. It was
my first gun and I was wondering if anyone knows who actually made it? I think it is a Ithaca