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Does this gun only shoot 3" shells or can I shoot 2 3/4" shells
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bolt has to go into the reciever form the front. It is inserted with the dog. This is a pain, but the bolt, dog, and action arms(from the pump) have to come together and be held just right to slide into place.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Are you shooting very light load?
Have you tried different ammo?
Light loads may not produce enough energy to work the action properly.
If different ammo doesn't help, make sure the two holes inside the barrel ring are clean and gas from the barrel can pass through. Next I would check the o-ring for cracks. If you shoot lots of shells (competition clays) the recoil springs inside the stock or over the magazine tube may have become weak and need replacing.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
When it stove pipes, does the empty get caught by the next live round coming up on the carrier?
Try firing one round in the chamber and none in the mag and pump like normal.
If it fires and ejects the empty with no ammo in the mag the ejection system is probably fine.
If when you shoot with one in the chamber one in the magazine and it stove pipes you may have a timing problem. The cartridge stop is letting the next shell come into position and start coming up on the carrier to early. This may be fixed by moving the ramp on the action bar so as to get ejection farther along before the next shell is released to the carrier.
Caution, if the cartridge stops are ok and the carrier is coming up to early it is another issue altogether and needs to be looked at by a smith.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Europe loads 2 1/2" and 2 3/4" shells for 16 gauge shotgun as standard and the US only loads 2 3/4" shells. If your shotgun chambers the 2 3/4" shells it should be OK. You can measure the chamber and see if it measures 2 3/4". You can also check your barrel for and bulges in it by looking down the barrel with a bore light shinning down the other end. A bulge should be able to be seen with the eye. If your gun has any bulge, do not fire it again. You will need a new barrel. But It should be OK and I would not expect their to be any bulges.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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Is the magazine follower still pushing the shells out of the tube? Or are they just falling out when you depress the little finger?
Posted on May 10, 2010
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