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wtb shell catcher for a super x

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by max trap, Feb 17, 2010.

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  1. max trap

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    Need a shell catcher for a super x 1.

    Thanks Ed Grubbs 402 730 2535
     
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    T&S have some available (click on the link). Bill Malcolm
     
  3. Peasant

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    I've used T&S shell catcher, the bolt handle's on SX1 run lower... then say like the bolt on the 1100 classic...
    you'll have to purchase a new bolt handle and have a relief milled on the underside...or mill the original,
    I purchased an after market bolt didn't want to alter original bolt.


    I prefer the wire shell catcher installed in the receiver cleaner looking application and works great once set up correct...Good luck

    Ugo

    Cody Wyoming...
     
  4. short shucker

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    T&S used to make one that came with a new bolt handle. It was very straight forward and easy to use. I don't know if there is any left these days.

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    Take a drimmel or a file and take about 1/2 of the bolt thickness out so the bolt misses the shell catcher. You could also have a machine shop do it, I did it in 5 minutes with drimmel
     
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