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REPAIR IVER JONHSON 410 GAUGE SS SHOTGUNHAS A BREECH POBLEM OPERATING ALSO ASAFETY LOCK PROBLEM THIS IS A HERCULES MODEL

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Both the problems that you have mentioned are not repairable and needs to be replaced. Please find the detailed price list of the parts and the phone number who could help you replace theparts and bring the rifle to working condition.

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