Hoosierace wrote:If it is the same assembly as the sbe (i believe it is) there is a stop on the trigger mechanism that keeps the hammer from following the bolt forward in case the trigger stays pressed during cycling. Remove the trigger group from the receiver, place pressure on the hammer and press the trigger letting the hammer forward, with the trigger still pressed move the hammer back into position. It should stay in place catching on the notch on the back of the hammer. When the trigger is released it will move and audibly click in to the sear notch. I have had the notch and sear fill with gunk preventing proper operation as well as forgot to put the rear notch back in properly when disassembled.
honknquackwhacker23 wrote:What do you guys think the best choke for a Remington 870 would be when hunting ducks and geese
Yuchi1 wrote:honknquackwhacker23 wrote:The factory RemChoke FULL (lead/steel) will probably be your most consistent performer with the widest variety of loads for overall even pellet dispersion.
rabbitdundied wrote: I use my mojos in places I don't want birds to land.
aunt betty wrote:Every gun is different.
Botiz630 wrote:How much does an apostrophe cost down south? Must be quite a bit, based on how sparingly you use them.
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