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Need cocking lever for 1100

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by rick979, Mar 26, 2009.

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    rick979 Active Member

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    I need the the little cocking lever for 1100. (The one that snaps into place in the side of the bolt/firing pin assembly.) Got one for me? Thanks, Rick
     
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    Are you maybe asking for an "operating handle"? Any gunsmith should have one. If you wish to order one, you can dall Remington, or Look it up on the Brownell's website. They carry a lot of currently made gun parts.

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    Doug: Thank you. I called them and got it ordered. Rick
     
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    I hope you ordered the right one. There are 3 different ones. HMB
     
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    Most of the new ones have all three detents. Make sure the detent ball in the action bar is not weak or you will lose another one. Jeff
     
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    Bigbore: I didn't lose one but I keep a tackle box full of 1100 parts. I have 3 of all the parts it takes to build or repair 1100. I have action bars, springs, extra triggers, seals, etc. If I have a malfunction during an event I can fix it FAST. It is a lesson I learned while shooting with Daro Handy on the West Coast. Thanks for the in put guys, Rick Kipp .... Texas
     
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