Going through old boxes today and found a disassembled 870 from 15-20yrs ago....The reason I took apart was a broken SINGLE ARM pump-any ideas where to find a SINGLE ARM part.
No-it's a freaking Mossberg500a....I was sitting here looking at my buddys 870 and just typed it-elderly brain fart...Zant, are you sure it's an 870, and a not a Model 31? I've never heard of a single action bar 870, two is what made the 870. Can you post a pic of it? If it's broke where I think it is, it's repairable, and a whole lot cheaper to do than finding, and paying the price of a replacement.
Did you look at the website? I glanced at it and read 'single arm'. If not - maybe that part could still be used if the other arm were removed? I don't know - just asking...If the catalog is older than 1 yr-that's all gone.....Jacks-rifle only....still searching---#11603 is DUAL arm...THX
Yes, I understand that. The good thing about TFF is that there are a lot of good Canadian folks who are TFF members. I do believe that there is a way for an item like this could be purchased legally by one of our members and shipped to another. We are not talking guns or ammunition - just a hunk of metal.Wolverine states that they are a Canadian company and won't ship outside of Canada.
You got it, but....the catch is the newer two arm versions, come in two lengths, and you want the longer one.So basically I can buy a dual arm pump and remove 1 arm and use that....or could I buy a dual arm-remove the 1 side and use that setup??
Thx-that's probably what I'll do-found dual arm and ordered....yep-7.75"--they have 4 different lengths.You got it, but....the catch is the newer two arm versions, come in two lengths, and you want the longer one.
I'll take an educated guess, yours has the end broke off where it connects to the bolt? That's the weak point and common problem common problem, and why there isn't any of them found for sale. If you still have the piece that broke off, Option B is having it Tig welded back together.
FYI trivia...Mossberg couldn't go to the two arm style, until Remington's 870 patent expired.