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I just bought a SKB 900 20ga. I took the barrel off and two rings fell on the floor. One is a thick ring the other a thin ring. Can anyone tell me witch one goes on first or does it make a difference. It seems like a nice shotgun has anyone shot one? Can anyone tell me about them. Thanks
 

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I purchased a model 900 new in 1974 and enjoy it still today. A very nice lightweight gun for upland game. I have the original instructions that came with the gun and can send you a copy if you would like. It is only a simple tri-fold assembly/disassembly pamphlet. The thin ring is the friction ring and goes next to the spring. It is reversable for heavy or light loads. The bevel side facing the spring is for light loads, and the bevel side away from the spring is for heavy loads. The thick ring is the brake shoe. It is positioned so that it fits inside the barrel lug. The friction ring exerts pressure on the brake shoe depending on which side of the bevel touches the brake shoe.. Baically looking at rhe magazine tube - you have the spring, then the friction ring, then the brake shoe then the barrell lug.
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I have to say thank you to 1822fortjesse. for his knowledge about the SKB and his kindness for sending me information about the SKB. I have found since I have on Trap Shooters .com so many people that have so much knowledge on so many things. Thanks David for this forum
 

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Bullfrog- your gun is an abosolute work horse. in the 70's a gun club owner's wife in this area of milwaukee shot this gun, she had a trap model. once a year she sent the gun to be cleaned by the locaL GUNSMITH. HE HAD TO SOKe THE GUN FOR 2 DAYS TO GET THE BARREL OFF. SHE NEVER HAD ANY TYPE OF MALFUNTION. at that time she paid $195.00 for the trap model.
good luck,
steve balistreri
 
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