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#558769 - 11/20/19 07:27 AM Re: Laminated steel barrels Belgian "W. Richards" [Re: Run With The Fox]
HomelessjOe Offline

Registered: 01/15/06
Posts: 14384
Loc: The Great State of Tennessee
Fox wait until next spring.

After the weather warms plant you two tomAto plants about a 18" apart. After they reach a height of about 18" drive the JABC in the ground barrels first right between the two plants.

Use material of your choosing to tie the plants up.

Good luck

#558795 - 11/20/19 12:28 PM Re: Laminated steel barrels Belgian "W. Richards" [Re: Run With The Fox]
Paul Harm Offline

Registered: 10/11/04
Posts: 1740
Loc: attica , mi
I have a number of Remington doubles. The problem with getting the barrels off is Remingtons method of extraction of the shells and the linkage underneath.First you have to make sure the top lever is held all the way over, then with the barrels all the way down you'll have to play the barrels up and down. It's hard to explain, but no hammer is needed, just a bit of patience and fiddling around. When putting them back on,first push the extractors out.

#558809 - 11/20/19 04:09 PM Re: Laminated steel barrels Belgian "W. Richards" [Re: Paul Harm]
Run With The Fox Offline

Registered: 05/16/08
Posts: 6929
Loc: Michigan
Thanks, Paul--I'll try it- if I end up with this shotgun, it would be mainly as a "parts" gun- the hammers, fgp, springs, triggers are all there- even the older black buttplate intact--

I'll give it another try with your technique- main reason I want to remove barrels is to examine the markings on the barrel flats and water table- if any- still looking for that article
on Rem. may have been in SS magazine- a few years ago-- also, forgot to add- the 30" W. Richards barrels ring like chimes with the wooden hammer handle test- no apparent choke in either barrels- muzzles are aprox. 0.800" wall thickness, each barrel- so- close to cyl. bore?? RWTF-- Addendum- BINGO- finally got the barrels pivoted off the frame, patience, lotsa spray Rem Oil, and your technique, Paul- did the trick. Now to clean off the rust and crud contained in the frame and barrel breech areas- once I see the clear numerical markings, I'll post them-- I did a Google search, this appears to be a Remington 1878 series hammer gun- Triggers, hammers, fp's all seem to be in good working order-0 POW grip, Bakelite BP with original screws, possibly a No. 1 grade-- Foxy

Edited by Run With The Fox (11/21/19 04:04 PM)
Now cry Havoc-and let slip the Dogs of War

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