Make sure to get the bends correct or it won't fit back in the hole. Tight on face and top lever is ever so slightly left of center. Push and hold the button in while turning the magazine tube to the left. Other small marks and scratches from honest use. A shotgun with ejectors will bring between 250-1,200dollars for the same condition mentioned above. It passes completely through the action and you can see the hole the screw threads into on the right side. Cheek piece in perfect shape.
If it breaks you are stuck with single loading until you get a new one. Personal Checks are held a full week for clearance. Initially there were varying grades of Damascus, ranging from English Stub Twist to the finest qualities and patterns. Left barrel has two marks. Top lever to the left.
Here's the bad news, these are virtually impossible to get if you need to replace it. My cherished Marlin Model 336 Marlin started manufacturing their first lever action repeating rifle in 1881, thus its designation, the Model 1881. Feel free to polish the rust away with 400 or 600 emery cloth with a little water to float the fines away. The smaller guages are worth more. When replacing the spring into the carrier coat it lightly with grease to prevent moisture from getting trapped between it and the carrier. When they all line up, the pin drops in clean. Also polish the side of the recoil block that rides against the side of the receiver.
Very Good gun for the money. It was a perfect match as Marlin, led by Frank Kenna, was also family-owned. I never knew anything about any of this stuff in the article and I am blown away how informative your article is Robert! Now the barrel should come off with no problems. Despite some of the downfalls I mentioned, this is a very nice shotgun----also not too many of them were made by Marlin. Fair amount of case coloring. The springs won't have enough power to lock the hook over the locking lug and hence it could become a safety issue.
M2B Browning - Model 1922. They have even made some shotguns to include a very nice boxlock double. Smith 20 gauge made its appearance. I will add that if its an older German gun the value can get up there. Then repeat the above steps to retract the locking lug.
While it's out, lightly polish this face of the recoil block too. Extractors- Normally you wouldn't need to pull the extractors unless you are experiencing extraction or ejection failures. The Model 42 and 42A are my favorite for competition. After soaking, go completely through the receiver with brushes, picks, scrapers, whatever is needed and total de-gunk it. Make sure the slot the spring sits in is free from rust and is smooth on the side walls.
This test tells you if the locking lug is rotating completely into battery, and not just sort of in battery. I think I have pictured a refinish job, some slightly buggered screws, some paint on the forearm iron,a couple dings on the right barrel. The second method has a pinch block at the muzzle end of the magazine tube. If any of these three surfaces are worn or damaged, get a new hammer! Very pretty piece of wood with pleasing figure. On the primary and secondary sear ledges use a non-scratching scraper and make sure the inside corners are not full of gunk so that the sears yes, that's plural can fully engage on their appropriate ledges. If only the primer ignites, there is danger that the wad may become lodged in the barrel.
If there is a box of parts in front of you and you can't tell the difference between the extractor and the ejector, you have no business, whatsoever, taking your gun apart! This is the firing pin block to prevent the firing pin from moving unless the locking lug is down and in battery. They will make your life much more pleasant because you are less likely to strip a screw and put a gouge across the finish of your firearm, or your hide. It is removable with a small punch and hammer applied to a pin. Set the assembly aside where it won't be a hindrance for further operations; we'll go through magazine tube disassembly and cleaning further down. If the marks are too bad or the pin is sheared you may have some head spacing problems. Smith became the first U.
The outside one on all models is a sharp pointed hook. The outside extractor has an attached flat spring that is replaceable. All of these models were discontinued in 1910. It also may tell you if the lock is broken, or in need of adjustment. Remember the warning on polishing flat springs.
Nice tight gun with top leveler to the right. There are three different types that I am aware of. These simple hammerless guns, which used a hinge-break action and contained less than 40 parts when you count every screw, became the staple of the company, which later morphed into the Pardner series. Surface stains won't hurt anything. Read section on Safety Checks. No dings, dents or bulges.