assateague wrote:I hunt to kill. It's why I take a gun instead of a camera. And it's a goose- lighten up.
youngoilguy wrote:I'd just replace it anyway. Theyr'e $5, worth the investment. Additionally, if you store the gun action open, it's going to be depressed that whole time.
msuhunter wrote:I have shot 11-87 and 1100 for over 30 years and never replaced the spring in the stock. A All American trap shooter who shot 1100's showed me a trick with them. After you have removed the spring cleaned it and the tube it goes into take the spring and stretch it out a little so it is longer reinstall it. You don't have to stretch it very much and it will work just fine. I use to shoot 5000 trap shells a year and never had a problem with that spring.httphttp://www.duckhuntingchat.com/foru ... 0&t=181936#
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