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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_In View Post
    Thanks, I'll check this out!
    Last edited by Dawei; 09-05-2018 at 09:31 PM.
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    Mine acts that way when a bit of crud gets behind the transfer bar.
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    Think about it in the context of what it would cost to replace it, rather than your purchase price, you've obiviously had it a long time and $175.00 ism't a bad price for a gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kentucky shooter View Post
    Good advice on keeping it for parts. I am sure I'll keep the rest, a bunch are relatively new, between 2000 and 2008 vintage in great shape and giving no trouble.

    I guess I assume, and still hope, there will always be a way to keep these old guns repaired when needed.
    Google up Numrich and "Every Gun Part' you will find a multitude of parts, schematics and other info
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    Those shotguns aren't difficult to work on. Sometime back, a neighbor had an H&R Model 88 "Topper" 20ga. that needed a new firing pin. Found the pin on Numerich, along with a new pin spring, reinstalled, and called it a day. Can't remember, but I believe total cost was about $15.
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    If you decide to take it apart yourself get some hardwood doweling for slave pins for when you put it back together. Makes the job a lot easier.
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    Gun Parts Corp (Numrich) they have schematics and parts for just about anything and, the guns are relatively simple to work on.....but, it sorta sounds like a broken or gunked up firing pin.


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