Question about Mossberg Optics
Magazine holds shells at the wrong angle
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a shell stop that is either bent or worn, I think there are 2 in there, would have to look. Go to Gunparts.com for the view and order parts, might find them on ebean. Hope th is helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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
SOURCE: When I fire my mossberg
Normally that would indicate a problem with the ejector and/or extractor. You will need to remove the bolt and bolt carrier and make sure the extractor is clean and operating and make sure the ejector is not broken or jammed somehow. He may need the gun exploded drawing and parts list to determine this. Some Mossberg schematics I have seen lack sufficient detail for a novice to identify some individual parts. If you can't get the extractor out, soke the bolt in something that is made to disolve powder. The extractor is pretty easy to take out. from what i recall no pins hold it in, its all held in under small pressure spring.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
Apparently the three previous folks have no idea that a Mossbergt 100 ATR is a RIFLE not a shotgun. Regretfully it is a press fit at the rear (multiple splines, pressure fitted into multiple recesses). What that means in English is that it's a factory fix. Sorry!
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
This will sound sort of stoopid but trust me, more folks do it than you would believe. First thing....push the shell all the way up into the mag tube til your thumb is up the first knuckle. If you only push the shell til you hear the first click, you're only pushing it past the first stop. With it one stop in, a pump will drop it on the floor every time. Simple way to prove that, load three shells into the tube but only load the last one til you hear the one click. Pump it. First hits the floor, rest load perfectly. See what I mean? On ALL pump shotguns, you have to hit both stops so push the shells in up to your first thumb knuckle.
Posted on Aug 05, 2016
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