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Old 11-09-08, 03:03 PM
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remington model 1100

My 1100 was purchased new in 1968. I have, over the years, had trouble with ejecting light load shells. I clean it regularly and the gas port are open. Any advice as to other fixes?
 
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What do you mean by --light load shells..............??

Remington 58 / 1100 / 1187 Semi-

He is a little reading for you...........................
 

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Old 11-10-08, 03:19 PM
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Remington 1100 help

1100 man,
Excuse me for jumping in your thread, but I need help with reassembling a Remington 1100--the placement of the link to be precise. Could you or anyone else out there help?
Thanks
 
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Old 11-10-08, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by dodger301 View Post
1100 man,
Excuse me for jumping in your thread, but I need help with reassembling a Remington 1100--the placement of the link to be precise. Could you or anyone else out there help?
Thanks
Open IE--type in " how to reassemble a # 1100 Remington
shotgun "---lot of info there..................
 
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Old 11-10-08, 05:12 PM
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1100 Help

Thanks. I've tried that and there are several sites that show pictures of the correct placement of the link from the bottom, where you can see that the prongs go into the cup at the back of the receiver, but you can't tell where the "T" end goes--which slot, groove (if any), and other sites give detailed instructions, but stop just short of the link--I wish I had, but it just kind of fell out before I could see how it was positioned.
 
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Old 11-10-08, 07:24 PM
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Can you post a photo of what you are trying to install...
Post on Photobucket or ImageShack & upload here.
Next time ( unless you are replacing broken parts * ) --spray Gun Scrubber by Beachwood
Casey into weapon--shake out & let dry--gun inside will be clean.
Don't disassemble weapons unless you know to put them together...........................
* Use a gunsmith
 
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Old 11-10-08, 08:43 PM
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I had the same problem a couple of years back. My shells were getting stuck during ejection. Took it to an Armorer and he replaced a gasket of some type rubber/plastic ring. Said it was common with the 1100's after so many years. Cost about $50 to have my entire weapon cleaned and part replaced. I'll look him up and see if I can get more info on that part. If so I'll get back to you...I haven't had problems since he looked at it.
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My 1100 was purchased new in 1968. I have, over the years, had trouble with ejecting light load shells. I clean it regularly and the gas port are open. Any advice as to other fixes?
 
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Old 11-11-08, 12:14 AM
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@ bpshipb
The part is called "the rubber gas seal ring "
Glad you took it to a gunsmith..........................
 
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Old 11-29-08, 05:08 PM
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Thumbs up puts some Brownpolymer grease on the mag tube

When your gun is clean wipe on some Brownpolymer on the Mag tube. The powder fouling wont stick and cause miss fire or jams. Use it all the time at the Club. Can shoot over 400 times with light loads no jams. This stuff is great doesnt wash or wear off for a long time. Makes cleaning the gun easier
water or dirt wont stick. Put some on my rifle bore lead and copper wouldnt stick 2 swabs and was clean. Great stuff
 
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Grease Canister

I never have used it................... may try it................
 
 

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