You will need a long-handled large flat-blade screwdriver, a vise with padded jaws, a Phillips-head screwdriver, and the Brownells Forend Wrench
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Brownells, the world's largest supplier of firearms parts has in stock the hottest drop-in upgrade for the Remington 870 pump shotgun: the Timney 870 Trigger Fix.
Brownells®, the world’s leading supplier of factory gun parts, gunsmithing tools and accessories, has added a new XP (extra-power) Magazine Spring and Follower to its large selection of parts for the popular Remington 870 pump shotgun.
Here's what you need to know to convert an old 20 Ga. to fit the women and young people who want to get started in the sport.
This punch is designed to restore the swaged lip that keeps the magazine
cap detent ad spring in place in the 870 barrel guide ring. Reswaging of
this lip may be necessary after the gun has been used extensively and may
be necessary when reassembling an 870 if the detent was removed before
The 870’s Shell Latches, the 1100’s Feed Latch and Interceptor Latch
Spring, as well as the Shell Latches on older Model 58’s and 878’s, are held
in place by receiver metal which is swaged, or staked, against them.
The Brownells 870/1100 Carrier Pivot Slave Pin is designed to simplify
reassembly of the Fire Control Assembly (Trigger Group), by holding the
Carrier and Carrier Dog Washer in place while the Carrier Pivot Tube is
installed in the Trigger Plate.
The Kit consists of two, specially designed, hardened Riveting Punches
and the Cherry Corners 870 Ejector Spring Rivet Cutter. The #1 Punch,
identified by the small hole in its end, is made to secure the Ejector Spring
Housing to the inside of the shotgun receiver.
Based on factory proven design, the Brownells 870 Forend Wrench will
provide the user with the means of loosening even the tightest forend nuts
while minimizing the chance of damaging the forend wood or the nut itself.
The Trigger Plate Assembly (Remington calls it the Fire Control Unit) in
Remington 870, 1100 and 1187 shotguns is secured to the receiver by two
Trigger Plate Pins. These massive, solid pins are locked into the receiver by
strong detent springs.
The Remington 870/1100 shotgun’s buttstock is attached to the receiver
by a round head, slotted bolt. Use of a common screwdriver to loosen or
remove this stock bolt may deform the slot and cause severe damage to
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