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  1. Remington 1100 conversion to FAC

    Almost impossible to remove the crimp so that the pistons slide over smoothly on the outside and cartridges move smoothly inside the tube. Crimping stretches the metal and will not shrink back Cost wise , a new tube is not worth doing...they are silver soldered in , not screwed or pinned as previously suggested..soldering produces a lot of heat , hence the receiver bluing will be ruined and will have to be reblued..soldering also will require a jig to keep the barrel and mag tube in alignement.. More sensible would be to sell your gun and purchase an unrestricted 1100...fac 1100s are a lot cheaper than restricted 1100s
  2. White butt plate spacer

    Emulsion paint lids or lid from any large plastic pot...plenty in builders skips Ice cream tub lids I have used all the above to refurb or replace missing spacers on old Winchesters ,Remingtons and SKBs
  3. Benelli m2 stock drop shims

    Try Gunmark GMK... I am sure these are the importers and distributors for Benelli...part of the Beretta group..
  4. steel shotgun cartriges

    Taken from the Remington help center https://www.remington.com/support/help-center Can I use steel shot in my shotgun barrel? We do not recommend the use of steel shot through any barrel manufactured before 1963 or through any barrel having a fixed Full choke. Anything larger would not perform well out of a fixed full choke and could open up your muzzle over time. If you have barrels manufactured after 1963, with fixed Modified or Improved Cylinder chokes, you may shoot up to size #2 steel shot. The use of steel shot larger than size #2 is only recommended in modern barrels with the Rem Choke system. If you have the Rem Choke system, you may shoot any size steel through the Improved Cylinder and Modified choke tubes. The Full choke tube must state "For Steel or Lead" to be capable of handling steel shot.
  5. Barbour Northumbria wax jacket

    Too small for me as well , its the wifes Still has a lot of wear left in it Suit somebody of a slighter build i.e lady or youth Good beating or rough shooting coat for the money
  6. As per title...Barbour Northumbria wax jacket Size 36" / 91cm All poppers and zip ok No rips or tears...lining ok Small bit of fraying on cuffs...small crease hole on right sleeve Small hole on right pocket flap Has been hanging in my shed for a couple of years and a bit musty smelling Could probably do with a gentle re-wax .....£25 posted...Prefer bank transfer
  7. new Browser suggestions.

    Waterfox for me..stripped down 64bit version of Firefox...faster to load Cyberfox is good also
  8. Winchester 9410 Traditional

    There is one on guntrader https://www.guntrader.uk/guns/shotguns/winchester/lever-action/410-gauge/9410-170815195944417
  9. choke identification

    Beretta USA skeet choke is tighter than EU skeet choke https://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/chokes-beretta-skeet-usa-vs-skeet.618410/ http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=208586
  10. Savage Arms 30 E 12 gauge

    .719" is the nominal bore , not the choke size Choke size is most likely marked on the underside of the barrel I would be very surprised if it was not choked half or full
  11. Photo resizing and hosting

    Just use windows " Paint " which is in Start > All programs > accessories , on your pc Very simple to use...resize your photo , save to where you want...upload when needed
  12. Remington 11-87 problem!!

    Thats just it , the gun was not broken , the staking is there to aid reassembly but not necessary.. I have seen primers jammed in the trigger unit only last week on an ATA semi...home loads were the culprit
  13. Remington 11-87 problem!!

    That is the shell stop and has become unstaked from its slot inside the receiver...no great problem Put it in its slot with the holes lined up and put the tip of an electrical screwdriver only just through hole.. Guide the trigger unit in gently and if you can use the screwdriver to roughly locate it..jiggle the holes into place and tap the pins in.. Dont waste money having it restaked...not cheap, and you can marr the receiver if you try other methods A common fix is clean it up and degrease, and its slot, and then superglue it in place while clamped flat and left to dry..you must clamp as the shell stop is slightly curved My 1100 stop has been loose since i first stripped it , bought in 1978...the first time i had to reassemble it nearly sent me mad, hence i said earlier you need three hands...now i have the hang of it , it flies in...
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