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Posted 18 December 2007 12:50 AM
When I was 14, my Mom took me down to the S&H Green Stamp store and and got me my first shotgun. (I have a really great Mom) Not being too bright in my younger days, several years later, I traded the ****** for a .45 Colt revolver.
Last week, I had the good fortune to pick up a very nice replacement mod 37 12 ga. It is perfect with one exception. A screw, which I have identified as the "firing pin spring stop screw" (the head is under the cocking lever)is slightly proud of the tang. It does not seem to interfere with the operation of the gun, but the bottom of the cocking lever brushes the top of the screw when the action is closed. This will eventually wear the top of the screw.

If one of you fine folks can advise me on how to fix this in the proper and correct manner, I would appreciate it very much.

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