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What size O ring for 28 gauge 1100?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by blkcloud, Sep 16, 2011.

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  1. blkcloud

    blkcloud Active Member

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    I have found the viton size for 12 and 20 but cannot find it for the 28.. do any of you know? thanks!
     
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    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    Here is what I found in my research.

    12 gauge #21

    20 gauge #19

    410 gauge #14

    and that 410 and 28 gauge 1100s use the same size.

    So, this is not from personal experience, but I would go to the hardware store and try a #14. Hope that helps. Mark
     
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    thanks!
     
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    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    It is Remington part F14462 and they want $4.20 each plus shipping, and having to wait for it arrive in the mail or UPS or however they decide to ship it. Easier to stop at Home Depot or Lowes and buy some for a fraction of that, especially if you need one NOW. Mark
     
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    At my local hardware store the rings I use are 3 for a dollar. They work just fine and the price is right. HMB
     
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    Neoprene plumbing o-rings from the hardware store are fine, but when I use them, I keep a bunch on hand because they don't last as long.

    You can often find viton o-rings that will fit at NAPA auto parts stores.

    Viton, I believe, is what Remington uses.

    Like others have said, the hardwares store or NAPA is handy, and the cost is more reasonable.
     
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    and that 410 and 28 gauge 1100s use the same size.

    I bought the #14 and I know for sure..it will not work on the 28..lol.. not even close.. o well... thanks anyway!!
     
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    Remington says that 28 and 410 use the same part, see link above. Sorry that #14 wasn't a good lead. I pulled my 410 1100 out of the safe and measured my o-ring. It looks like OD 7/8" ID 3/4" Thickness 1/16". Based on an o-ring sizing chart I found, that would be a viton #18. I'm sure I'm having more fun researching this than you are solving your problem. Good luck. Mark
     
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