jpari wrote:I can only advise you to keep calling smiths until you find one who can give you the correct remedy. I once had a very nice LC Smith grade 3. I did exactly what you did, snapped the triggers without the barrels on the action. Well after doing so I could not put the barrels back on the action. It took about five calls to different sources to find someone who could tell me how to put the cocking rods back in the proper position to allow the barrels to be put back on. Keep calling, you will find someone.
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