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i have this old stevens pump shotgun that me and my grandfather just fixed up. i had to order parts for it and everything on it

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  • Treestand
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    Most Gun Repair shops have an assortment size of Shotgun beads and some are self tappers,with the Bbl cut back make sure its at least 18", you mite have a Cyl-bore choke...Not bad for Slugs or close-up Birds.

    Note: if the Bbl is shorter then{18"} have a Poly-Choke Installed it will add {2"}and give you all the Choke with a twist of the hand and the Barrel will be legal.

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  • Carl Huber
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    If the thread on the new sight is larger than the hole in the barrel. You are in luck just re tap the hole use a little lock tight. As far as the choke. Use a caliber to measure the barrel. Even if it's an improved cylinder you could use it as a rabbit gun. Like 99 said if it's under 18" you'll have some explaining to do.

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  • 99explorer
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    I would also measure the barrel and make sure you have a good 18 inches, or you may be in trouble with the law.

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  • jhjimbo
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    The sight is not the problem, the 2" sawed off may have taken the choke with it. If so, it would probably not shoot too good. See what the barrel is marked as far a choke and go from there.

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  • i have this old stevens pump shotgun that me and my grandfather just fixed up. i had to order parts for it and everything on it

    i have this old stevens pump shotgun that me and my grandfather just fixed up. i had to order parts for it and everything on it is working..but it seems like someone sawed afew inches from the barrel and there is no sight. there is a hole for the sight to go in but the one i odered dosent fit. does anyone know how to get a sight put on it? (that may have been vauge if you may be able to help but have questions just leave them in a comment, ill awnser them as sson as i can)

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