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need help with 1100 stock

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by james dent, Apr 18, 2010.

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  1. james dent

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    i have a 1100 that i am buliding for my grilfriend so she can shoot but i need to change the stock but it has a a differant stock bolt than the other 1100 i own is there a speical tool or something to uses to get the stock off the gun it is a newer 1100 did they change the bolt
     
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    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    As far as I know, the stock nut on the new 1100s is just a long hex nut. You might need a thin-wall socket however due to clearance issues b/w the nut and stock.
     
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    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    they should have a long nut with a screwdriver slot in the top. They make a special tool to remove it but you can use a really large screwdriver but be careful that you don;t split the stock
     
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    I agree with the doc. I have a special screwdriver that mates up perfectly and I am very careful to get a precise insert before putting pressure on the bolt
     
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    Bob Hawkes Well-Known Member

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    Another trick I learned here a year or so ago is to use a "spade type wood bit" maybe a 3/4" or so. You can put a wrench or pliers on the flat for leverage. Cheaper and more common than the proper screwdriver.
     
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    Newer 1100's use a long hex nut as stated above, not the old "hat nut" with a slot. Use an 11/16" socket.

    Ken Rucker
     
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    Listen to Ruck get a thin wall socket a thick one usually will not work,

    Buddy
     
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    And on the older ones you can cut off a piece of garden hose and slip over the screw driver and it will help keep the screw driver from slipping out of the groove.
     
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    thanks i have the one that has a slot and you have to push the middle down to take the stock off if i split the stock it is no big deal i got the 1100 for $100 nib the guy i got it from got drunk and cut the stock off about 5 inches so you sold it to cheap he never even shot it
     
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    On the older ones you can use the old style lug wrench that came w/your vehicle.


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    The sugestion of a "spade bit" is a good idea. Its center point helps to keep the bit centered.

    Grand idea.
     
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