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Old November 26, 2006, 07:27 PM   #1
SIGSHR
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Stevens Model 77B

Finally took my Stevens Model 77B to the range, 26" barrel, Savage brand
adjustable choke. When it shot it was great, but several failures to feed
and eject, it finally jammed on me, the fired shell was on top of the cartridge
lifter, the new one wedged below it, had to tap the bolt back to eject the fired case. I am not and experienced shotgunner, have little experince with pump guns. Worked smoothly unloaded and cycling live rounds through the action. Has a single bar action, I have read these are not as smooth as the
double bar actions. Is there a technique to operating a pump I should master?
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