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I had an idea during a short period when my brain was working OK and finally got around to it.  I have sold a lot of individual parts for the Remington Breech Bolts and realized if a guy was getting into finding old shotguns and bringing the back to life he was having to buy a lot of small parts.   I decide to put together a Breech Bolt Rebuilding kit that included the part he would need To bring an old Breech Bolt back to life.   Also, to have the parts on hand for those who want to ensure parts are available if the spit hits the fan and parts become hard to get.   The Kit also save money over buying all the parts separately.  Here is a link

https://tacticalgunslings.com/remington-shotgun-breech-bolt-rebuilding-kits/


I can not do one for the Trigger plate assemblies as the liability is to great.  I know that sucks but with 3 million in Liability even one claim can mean I can't get insured and will be out of business.  Even I am not allowed to install a trigger or sear in a Remington Trigger Plate as the trigger and sear are matched at the factory for each shotgun.   Why Remington will still sell them to use but prohibit us to install beat me.

If you guys look a the kit and think it is a good idea let me know and if you think of others that would be of interest to the gun owners I sure will listen.

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Great idea on the breech bolt rebuild kit.
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