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Old August 21, 2021, 07:32 PM   #5
Pahoo
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On projects like this, I start out with inspecting the "Practical's" and evolve in addressing the Particulars. The firearm will let you know what it needs. My most recent project was a Remington 870 and it's been a real mess. Not worth the money but just couldn't stand to see it in this condition. I'm even going to have to disassemble the trigger group as the safety is not working. I usually start out by separating the barrel and pump action, from the receiver and trigger group. Eventually, all come your way; smooth and reliable. Check out some videos, on you-tube. .....

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