Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

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Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by hoppy70 » Tue May 08, 2012 12:18 pm

Remington 870 Shotguns - I am Learning How They Work - During my study and research I have found the following statements that I am having some concerns with as to which are true or false. Can you list which statements are false? Thanks for your help.

1. Note #4. The action bar lock locks the action bars so that the gun can be pumped freely - True or false
2. Note #5. The action bar lock is also a disconnector - True or false
3. Note #19. When the gun is locked up, the locking block and the slide assembly rest flat on flat - True or false
4. Note #24. When driving out serrated pins the serrated end comes out first and goes back in last -True or false
5. Note #26. When installing the extractor back into the bolt, the spring and plunger go in first. Next the extractor itself can be used to push in the spring-loaded plunger and seat the extractor in place - True or false
6. Note #27. The firing pin must go in the bolt before the locking block - True or false
7. Note #28. The extractor hook must be slightly positive - True or false

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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by M1AG30 » Thu May 10, 2012 3:17 am

hoppy70 wrote:Remington 870 Shotguns - I am Learning How They Work - During my study and research I have found the following statements that I am having some concerns with as to which are true or false. Can you list which statements are false? Thanks for your help.

1. Note #4. The action bar lock locks the action bars so that the gun can be pumped freely - True or false
2. Note #5. The action bar lock is also a disconnector - True or false
3. Note #19. When the gun is locked up, the locking block and the slide assembly rest flat on flat - True or false
4. Note #24. When driving out serrated pins the serrated end comes out first and goes back in last -True or false
5. Note #26. When installing the extractor back into the bolt, the spring and plunger go in first. Next the extractor itself can be used to push in the spring-loaded plunger and seat the extractor in place - True or false
6. Note #27. The firing pin must go in the bolt before the locking block - True or false
7. Note #28. The extractor hook must be slightly positive - True or false
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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by hoppy70 » Thu May 10, 2012 11:53 am

M1AG30 wrote:
hoppy70 wrote:Remington 870 Shotguns - I am Learning How They Work - During my study and research I have found the following statements that I am having some concerns with as to which are true or false. Can you list which statements are false? Thanks for your help.

1. Note #4. The action bar lock locks the action bars so that the gun can be pumped freely - True or false
2. Note #5. The action bar lock is also a disconnector - True or false
3. Note #19. When the gun is locked up, the locking block and the slide assembly rest flat on flat - True or false
4. Note #24. When driving out serrated pins the serrated end comes out first and goes back in last -True or false
5. Note #26. When installing the extractor back into the bolt, the spring and plunger go in first. Next the extractor itself can be used to push in the spring-loaded plunger and seat the extractor in place - True or false
6. Note #27. The firing pin must go in the bolt before the locking block - True or false
7. Note #28. The extractor hook must be slightly positive - True or false
who is the producer of the course you are taking?
Are you saying that Note#4 is the only false statement?

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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by AkiroHikage » Thu May 10, 2012 12:48 pm

hoppy70 wrote:
Are you saying that Note#4 is the only false statement?

Are you going to tell what course this for, or just keep grilling members for 870 info? ;)

You may want to buy Vitaly's 870 guide it has some good info on disassembly and reassembly.
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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by M1AG30 » Thu May 10, 2012 8:28 pm

AkiroHikage wrote:
hoppy70 wrote:
Are you saying that Note#4 is the only false statement?

Are you going to tell what course this for, or just keep grilling members for 870 info? ;)

You may want to buy Vitaly's 870 guide it has some good info on disassembly and reassembly.

good point AkiroHikage.... and no Hopy.... i am saying note #4 is false and note#26 is true those are the ones i know...
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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by Vitaly » Thu May 10, 2012 8:31 pm

hoppy70 wrote:Remington 870 Shotguns - I am Learning How They Work - During my study and research I have found the following statements that I am having some concerns with as to which are true or false. Can you list which statements are false? Thanks for your help.

1. Note #4. The action bar lock locks the action bars so that the gun can be pumped freely - True or false
2. Note #5. The action bar lock is also a disconnector - True or false
3. Note #19. When the gun is locked up, the locking block and the slide assembly rest flat on flat - True or false
4. Note #24. When driving out serrated pins the serrated end comes out first and goes back in last -True or false
5. Note #26. When installing the extractor back into the bolt, the spring and plunger go in first. Next the extractor itself can be used to push in the spring-loaded plunger and seat the extractor in place - True or false
6. Note #27. The firing pin must go in the bolt before the locking block - True or false
7. Note #28. The extractor hook must be slightly positive - True or false
Interesting questions :) I am getting ready for shotgun training tomorrow, I will try to answer them when I have more time, sorry.

Are there any chance seeing other questions? Maybe such test (with my own questions) will be interesting for readers of the blog/forum? What do you think, guys?
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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by AkiroHikage » Fri May 11, 2012 12:26 am

It might be neat to include any type of quiz in your guide Vitaly. You could have a pre-test in the beginning and then retake it as a post-test at the end after reading through.
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Re: Remington 870 Shotguns - Information on how they work?

Post by M1AG30 » Sun May 13, 2012 11:35 pm

AkiroHikage wrote:It might be neat to include any type of quiz in your guide Vitaly. You could have a pre-test in the beginning and then retake it as a post-test at the end after reading through.
That does sound like a good idea!!!!!!
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