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My 1187 stays locked back after the first shot will not feed next round any ideas

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The remington 1187 is a very nice shotgun. i myself would remove the **** stock by removing the screws un the **** plate the using a 9/16 or 15mm socket and enough extention to reach the nut that holds it to the actual firearm. the remove the forearm . soak the bottom half of the gun by submurging the entire trigger ans magazine assembly in a buckett of kerosene or some other mild solvent like mineral spirits for 24 hrs. make sure to do this with the magazine open during 12 hours of this and 12 hours closed. pick up a few cans of brake clean spray from the local parts store and begin a complete flushing out of any loose materials. then be sure to relubricate with a 3in1 oil or an equivelent. this should free up the machanism that triggers the chamber as to wether or not the weapon is empty.

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