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Need Picture of Mossberg 590 - HELP!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Maxinquaye, Apr 8, 2005.

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  1. Maxinquaye

    Maxinquaye Member

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    Hi Mods; I know this belongs in the shotty forum, but I've been posted there for a day and I really need to get this thing re-assembled. May I temporarily plead to a broader audience?

    Basicly I need a couple pictures of the trigger group of a Mossy 590 so I can reassemble mine. I took it apart without taking pics, assuming the diagram would be in the manual (it wasen't). If someone could just quickly snap a picture of their trigger group showing placement of the springs (preferably with hammer down and up) I would be deeply indebted!

    First one to post or send me pics will get a free puzzle (I'm a woodworker) mailed to them free of charge :D
     
  2. Guy B. Meredith

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    The Mossberg web site has owner manuals. http://www.mossberg.com/selectmanuals.htm On pages 10 through 12 are disassembly and assembly instructions. There is also an exploded diagram. Not sure there are enough details on mechanism, though if you have gone beyond standard disassmebly.
     
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    Thanks for the help guys. The manual does not go into the disassembly of the trigger group, and the exploded diagram is too grainy and does not explain the relationship of the springs to the associated parts :(
     
  5. scout26

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    I'll send you some digital pictures of mine from different angles this weekend.
     
  6. Maxinquaye

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    Thanks scout...I owe ya. IM me your mailing addy when you send them and I'll ship ya a puzzle.
     
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    Bill, I believe that should do it. Thanks!!!!

    Scout and Bill, IM me your addy's if you like and I'll ship you out a gift of appreciation...
     
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    If you insist. :)
     
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    Hope all goes back together well for you - If you need furthure assistance PM me and I will either send you pic's , or if all else fails , you can mail me the trigger group and I will re-assemble it for you .
     
  11. Maxinquaye

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    Man, I swear, the NICEST people on this forum :D

    I got it together allright with the picture Amish_Bill sent me. Still took forever; those springs are a $&@#!! Thanks for all the input, thanks mods for letting this thread slide in the wrong forum, and TAKE PICS next time you're thinking about disassembling a trigger group :D:D:D
     
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    OK, so I'm ressurrecting an old thread to try and get the same help. The picture shows what I need, but where, oh where, does the bottom leg of the front spring go?
    Steve
     
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