Thread: Jammed shotgun
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Old April 17, 2021, 12:57 PM   #5
Camoclad85
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It was made in Turkey, as was the one I use to have. I'm almost certain it is something with the gun. When I handled it prior to my son shooting it the action was a little stiff which I attributed to the minimal use it appears to have seen. The magazine tube barely shows signs of wear and it needed oil. Bad. After I took it apart and fixed the jam I went out on my porch and fired two shots very quickly and all was well. The next day while I was away from home my son calls me to tell me that the gun's starting to get harder and harder to cycle with each shot. When I got home I looked it over and nothing seemed wrong other than the effort required to chamber a round. It is well oiled and showed no obvious reason for the malfunction.
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