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1100 QUESTION???

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by cimmaronkid, Jun 6, 2007.

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  1. cimmaronkid

    cimmaronkid TS Member

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    Short of a pocket full of O-rings and another trigger assembly, what else do you need in a 1100 repair kit? I guess what I am asking is what else is their to break?
    Pat
     
  2. furface

    furface Member

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    Pat, i carry a pickle fork and change the main spring in the stock once a year. Like you i carry o-rings and a spare trigger but i carry a bolt carrier and spare bolt but have never had to use them. Good luck, Joe
     
  3. jr7100

    jr7100 TS Member

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    Pat, I seem to break an extractor about every 3000 rounds. The T-shaped link broke on me once. Good Luck. Jim
     
  4. Quack Shot

    Quack Shot Active Member

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    A complete bolt, Link, staking tool, action spring, forearm support, seal rings, O rings, Trigger Pins, and anything else you care to spend money on. It's sometimes more cost effective to buy a spare gun and swap out what you need, if you find one at a good cost.
     
  5. Longhorn

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    Will an 1100 stock fit an 11-87? A friend has a beautiful MC trap stock for sale and I'd like to stick it on the 11-87.
     
  6. Quack Shot

    Quack Shot Active Member

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    Longhorn:

    Offhand, I'd say the buttstock should fit, as long as it's the same size receiver. The forend may be another story.
     
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