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Old August 19, 2012, 12:46 PM   #8
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I would seriously suggest that you take the gun to a 'smith as the gun is NOT friendly to home gunsmithing. The barrel does have to be removed to remove the action bars and bolt, also the "pin" that holds the operating handle in is tapered, out is not hard, back in not so much. If you use a poorly fitting wrench on the barrel nut and screw it up, another problem. I feel sure that you either have a rusty chamber or a broken case stuck inside, either way you need someone who knows what they're doing. I've been repairing "bubbaed" Remingtons for a long time. GW
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