General discussion about Remington 870 shotgun.
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I have a new 870 Express, and I frequently had the “shell stuck in the chamber problem”. I resisted polishing the chamber because my chamber is as smooth as glass; it feels like it is case hardened. While looking on YouTube for tips on polishing the chamber, I found a film by a young man, who thought the problem was caused by the 870's single extractor forcing the back of the shell slightly to the opposite side and into a small grove just behind the chamber. I could not actually see or feel a grove on my barrel, but it was a little roughly machined in that area. Nothing to lose, so I polished that area. Went out and fired 50 rounds without a single problem. Now if I could get my ejector trubo charged, I might stop messing with this thing.
Can you post some pictures of what you did?
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I will post a picture this weekend. Here is a link to the YouTube post. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlGoxNsaieE
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