Bird wing High standard 12ga

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Bird wing High standard 12ga

Postby Fowl'in up NORTH » Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:36 pm

I was at my great uncles house and he brought out this gun that I didn't know what it was I then proceeded to look at it and it was a high standard 12 gauge semi automatic shotgun. I offered to clean it for him because it was super dirty but then I realize the barrel would not come off I proceeded to take apart the rest of the gun but don't know if I can take the barrel do any of you guys know if you can take the barrel off of a high standard Shotgun made 1960?

All the parts are soaking in eds red.

Also how would one go about fixing a cracked wood butt stock. it is cracked right where the face meets the receiver.
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Re: Bird wing High standard 12ga

Postby Jimmy82 » Sun Mar 16, 2014 8:00 am

Just checking, did you make sure the bolt was locked to the rear before trying to take the barrel out?
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Re: Bird wing High standard 12ga

Postby 007 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 2:35 pm

I've had good luck using JB Weld on a cracked forearm (11-87). Fixed it once and it stayed solid for the life of the gun.
Have switched to buying synthetic stocked guns since then.

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