baltz526 wrote:Have you taken the stock off and cleaned the action spring and tube. This is the cause of most 1100/1187 issues not related to gas piston O-ring. Gunk builds up.
talltimber wrote:You have to "push" the bolt forward?
"I also noticed that when I would pull the bolt back it would stop right before it was supposed to lock. When it hits this position it will stay there like it is locked, but it is not locked"
If the bolt will stay in the open position, what makes you think it is not "locked"? Unless I am misunderstanding you?
You could have damaged the link, but it's not like it's fragile. I'm doubting it's damaged, unless you got pretty rough with it. You pretty sure you got it all put back together correctly? I guess maybe the recoil spring is so gummed up that it is binding, but that would take a lot of gum. When closing the bolt, I don't suggest dillydallying with it. Hit the bolt release button and let it slam. You get a better close, can tell more about what kind of shape (gunk-wise) it's in, and feeds ammo properly when loading.
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