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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes you can get a brake down picture of the mossberg shot gun its on the internet,,,however its realy easy to strip it down,,,,undo the screw on the end of the for stock and pull the barrel off,,, the triger should never be oiled!!!!! but i give mine a slash of wd40 every 10 years or so????
come on now!!!! the mossberg is a dam good work horse,,,it never needs to be cleaned it just go's on and on! just use it and abuse it thats what its been built for its as strong as a brick built out house
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
oh no! not another mossberg shotgun!!!
they dont need to be cleand,,, just pull a brush up the barrel and give it a wip over with gun oil,, i some times give the triger a spray with wd40,,once in about 5 years only? there bam good guns,,,a real good work horse but if you realy wont to strip it down look on the internet there on there all striped down for you to see how to brake it
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
SOURCE: How do you load a
The loading port is on the bottom of the reciever. You mention that it is "magazine ready"? Mossberg shotguns have a tublular magazine underneath the barrel, surrounded by the action bar and front grip.
Loading the magazine entails holding the shotgun in one hand, taking the shell in the other with the folded end facing the front end of the barrel. Place the shell in the magazine opening (on the bottom) and push it up with your fingers and forward with the thumb of the same hand. It will go completely forward of the silver/blue lifter and stay there when you let go. (the action must be closed to load the magazine).
Alternately, you can open the action and pop a shell into the ejection port on the right side, close it back up, and shoot!
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Mossberg New
The button underneath is called the "Action Lock" It is meant to let you open the chamber without having to put pressure on the trigger. There is something wrong as you should be able to cycle /pump/load without pressing it.
Has the trigger assembly been removed or cleaned recently? Was the hammer allowed to drop while it was out? It is slightly possible that it wasn't replaced or positioned perfectly. I don't think so but it is always a possible thing to check.
I do think you need to take this into the shop and have an expert get hands on with it. It should be something fairly minor. I would suggest you also not use it until you get it checked out. Parts are available for this as it is basically a 500/800 series so it won't be expensive or difficult to make it work perfectly again.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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