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Fitting of new barrel 682 gold e

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Samuel, Aug 5, 2008.

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  1. Samuel

    Samuel TS Member

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    Hello Guys

    Need some help here, My 682 gold combo with unsingle
    works fine. I just bought a top single barrel and it installs
    on receiver perfect, but I was told it would need fitted to
    work correctly. Now I am leary of shooting it thinking
    damm thing will blow up. Should I take it to a smith or
    sense it goes together correctly is it safe to shoot?

    Thanks
    Sam
     
  2. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    When the new bbl closes against the receiver, there should be no gap between the two breech faces. If this looks good, the top lever should be positioned no further to the left than dead center of the receiver and no further to the right than just touching the wood.

    Assembling the bbl and forend assy, there shouldn't be any noticable wobble at the joint roll while the gun is open. If there is, it should be just a little....this will not hurt anything. None would be better.

    The ejectors may need to be timed. If this bbl is brand new...they will be need to be timed for the gun to eject properly.

    Doug Braker
     
  3. Samuel

    Samuel TS Member

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    Thanks alot Doug, It is tight at all points but the ejectors are
    acting like extrackers and I like this better. If you think I
    need then timed I wll get it looked after. Dont want to
    hurt the gun or me.

    Thanks
    Sam
     
  4. Larry/Oh

    Larry/Oh TS Member

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    The springs may be removed so that you have only extracters. Many reloaders like it that way.
     
  5. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    How are the ejectors acting....

    Do they rise the same as if the gun wasn't fired?

    Or do they rise to the same distance as if the gun was fired?

    Either way is fine. If they are like the first description, yes, it's a small adjustment to make them work.

    If they rise all the way, like a fired gun, the tails will need to be welded to add material, or new ejectors will need to be fitted.

    Doug
     
  6. tattoomonster

    tattoomonster TS Member

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    Along these same lines I recently purchased a used unsingle barrel and the ejector is releasing early and the shell is hitting the receiver before it ejects. Any suggestions?
     
  7. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    TM,

    The ejectors either need to have material added to the tail tips or new ones fitted.

    Doug
     
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