Stevensons350 jams up

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by alonso562, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. alonso562

    alonso562 New Member

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    Hey everybody! I just got a hand me down shotgun from my older brother a Stevensons 350. I took it to the range over the weekend and SOB kept jamming (would not eject). I was using a bulk winchester 2 3/4 buckshot shell which crossed my mind as being a reason it jammed up so dam much. I also read somewhere that too much oil would also make it jam. Anyone else have or had same problem with this gun and can give me some advice to fix this
     
  2. alonso562

    alonso562 New Member

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    Sorry that's a savage Stevens 350
     

  3. gmaster456

    gmaster456 New Member

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    It's the shells. I'm almost sure of it. I have heard of nothing but problems with them. In everything from an 870 to the gun you have. Try some remington or federal shells.
     
  4. bigdaddy573

    bigdaddy573 New Member

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    I stopped useing winchester shells becuase they jam in my mossberg 500 really bad the only ones that dont are there turkey loads
     
  5. akers06

    akers06 New Member

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    IMHO federal makes the best shells there is by far I've never had the first problem with them
     
  6. Blueguns

    Blueguns New Member

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    Yep Winchester shells are at it again! I personally shoot Federal. I have bought, and shot several bricks of Federal in assorted load types, and have not had one problem.
     
  7. gmaster456

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    I too really like federal. I've had no issues with any of their ammo and they have a fantastic product lineup. Winchester isn't bad aside from the cheaper super target and universals. The latter of which I've heard nothing but problems with.
     
  8. phildenton

    phildenton New Member

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    Ive never had any shells jam in my 500 mossy. I've shot winchester remington federal etc.