THE REMINGTON 870 & M1100/M11-87 SHOTGUNS - A SHOP MANUAL is a great book.
Can be found at Brownells - stock number 924-500-870. ($29.95)
Step-by-step instructions for inspection, problem identification and, of course, how to fix these guns. Jerry covers the theory so you also know the why; tells you what tools are needed and makes sure you know where the pitfalls are. Filled with excellent photos, detailed, exploded view drawings and illustrated parts lists for discontinued models.
I have a 16 ga. Lewis model, and want to restore it...couple of issues with the action....can't get the top lever to release back to center, for one. I'm wondering if there are any resources.....I have the Firearms Dissasembly Part V book, but no mention of Ithaca SxS. I have read that Walt Snyder's book is wonderful, but doesn't have any schematic breakdowns. The stuff on Numerich's website doesn't have any of the older doubles, Flues, NID, etc.
any thoughts appreciated,
I suggest they take a firearm's safety course anyway. Learning how to handle a weapon from someone else's thousand words or less on a website is not the greatest idea. Too much of a chance of misunderstanding and mistake. Take the time to learn the right way and practice. If you do have use your weapon you are in a volatile situation that's not the time to wonder if you are doing it right.
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