Any chance of getting some visual aids? Which end do you heat? I'll get there. I'm betting it's really cruddy dirty. I sprayed the gun out with the solvent spray and it ran black for the whole can...I've never seen such a dirty shotgun. Cleaning the tube and spring is what it needs but I figure a spare spring and tube might be handy to have. Things like this never break unless you are using it and need it. The rest of the shotgun is built like a tank and I bet I'll never have any problems.maclavin wrote:Remove recoil pad. Remove 13mm nut,remove stock. Remember how the shims are facing. Put a nail through the hole in the recoil spring tube. Heat up the end of the recoil tube with a heat source. Use a Cresent wrench on the flats below the threads where the stock nut was to remove the cap. Remove nail slowly so the spring doesn't poke your eye out kid. Shoot gun for five more years and then repeat.
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