Remove the recoil pad pop-out for gel-pads , and then remove the nylock nut and washer that holds the stock onto the recoil spring tube assembly. Then g96 over trigger assembly then blow dry.
Hevi-steel , Jul 10, 2012. All they ever need.
If the threaded cap that held the stock nut and washer on has been previously removed, you may not need to apply heat; however, it will not hurt to heat the nut. Then some oil on a bore snake and pull it through to finish up. I will be shooting this shotgun out on saltwater boat. Cookies make wikiHow better.
Fanatic , Jul 8, 2012. Except for camo finish. The stock and shims should slide off. I want to remove factory grease and what not.
As mentioned above, I also mostly just use a Bore Snake and I guess I will eventually pull the chokes and clean them...
I've shot close to a case of target loads since with no problem. Wolff spring also sells an Extra Power stiffer hammer spring that ensures a solid strike, and has no apparent tradeoffs versus the OEM spec.
I will not make that mistake again with any new gun. The top of barrel is where projectile exits the gun.
I will completely break it down and clean it like my father taught me to do. Why isn't the simpler Stoeger design more popular? With my black SBE II, I do wipe the outside down, especially when I have been in a pit or blind where we had to spread some salt for the ice. Pull the trigger group... Jul 6, 2012 3. Clip breakfree all over trigger assembly and air blow. Feb 7, 2005 Location: Did this article help you?
I use G96 too. Thorough cleaning didn't help, so I replaced the recoil spring with a "reduced power" spring from Brownells. I prefer to not remove the trigger assembly and bolt until I think the first thorough cleaning is justified.
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