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remington 1100 release button extensions

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by shaner, May 27, 2009.

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  1. shaner

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    I had a local guy make me a couple and he made extra so iam selling them for what they cost me , these are great looking stainless steel release button extensions they hang down just past the reciever, and easy to install, just drill the factory button and install with the screw included,small amount of loctite if you want? iam asking 15 .oo each and i have 10 of them to sell


    just let me know or email me , thats include's shipping

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  2. trapshootin hippie

    trapshootin hippie Well-Known Member

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    Do ya have a pic? I'd like to see what they look like.
     
  3. shaner

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    yes i have several if i could figure out a way to post them
    i can email them to you
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    Thanka, I sent ya my email.
     
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    well cant figure out the picture posting on here tried 4 different way?? just email me and ill send them out to you
     
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    Sent ya a private message. I'll take one.
     
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    Darn release trigger!!!!!!!!
     
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    Sent you an e-mail.........I'll take 2. Gary L.
     
  10. shaner

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    COME ON FEW MORE OF THEM ,
     
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    shaner, send me your address, I gotta leave soon.

    Got it, thanks


    Gne J
     
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    THANKS GUYS!!! i got 3 of them left anyone else?????
     
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    Shaner. I'll take one.

    jack Swanson

    P.O. Box 303

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    Send me off the particulars on where to mail money

    Jack
     
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    Shaner,
    I'll take two.
     
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    JACK AND VATRAP BOTH HAVE BEEN REPLIED TOO
     
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    Recieved mine yesterday. Just mailed the check Monday. Shane is a great guy to deal with. He sent the button even before the check was mailed. That's what ya call trust. Thanks again. Button looks nice, will install it today.

    Gne J
     
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    THANKS A LOT, HEY NOT TRYIN TO SCREW ANYONE SO I TRUST MOST PEOPLE TILL THEY GET ME THEN I GET EVEN HAHAHAH
     
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    Shaner.Out of town. Will get moneyoff MOnday
     
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    Here are some pics of one installed...

    The tab that acts as the factory release is a bitch to drill through. I must have ruined about 5 drill bits getting through it. How has anyone else that installed these drilled through it? I don't have a drill press, so that may have had something to do with it.


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  20. shaner

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    i never had that much problem , sorry to hear ya did ? i use a press also maybe that is it? so you like the operation of it?
     
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