Pardner Pump Protector Failure to feed issue

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  1. rockheadd

    rockheadd Member

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    Odd situation with my PPP. About every 5th round or so, the shell will not feed into the chamber. I have to pull the forestock back about half way, depress the spring and let the round release from the mag tube and then chamber the next round. Any ideas?
     
  2. MAX100

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    Put an extra power spring in it and that should take care of the problem. Wolff universal 12Ga spring is a good one. Cut it too 28" and bend the ends down so they don't stick up.


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  3. JeffLrrp

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    I think I have the exact same problem with mine, too. Going to go ahead and put in the Wolff spring made for the 5-shot 870. Should work, I would hope.
     
  4. MAX100

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    I could also be the shell latch. Check and see what it's doing. The tip might need to be polished a little.

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  5. Al LaVodka

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    I'd return it to the factory. I know how cheap it is to get one from there but how much does it cost to send a gun TO Communist China?
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  6. MAX100

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    It would need to go back to Remington NEF for repair not China. I am sure I could have it running smooth in about 30 mins.


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  7. oletymer

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    Every one who has one of these wonders send them to Max.
     
  8. Al LaVodka

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    I was kidding.
    I've bought from ya Maxx -- I'd certainly send ya stuff to work on.
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  9. MAX100

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    If I depended on doing working on them to make a living I would be dirt poor. They have a very low return rate, Very few ever have problems.

    I bet you are blast to have beer with. :rolleyes:


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  10. jlv08

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    Yo Max,
    Mine, a Pardner Compact, is doing just fine. Thanks for your info on these guns by the way.:)
     
  11. DPeter67

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    I had this problem also. Bought a new PP from Dick's Sporting Goods, 20ga. Brought it home and it would fail to cycle. Called Pardner Pump to report the issue. They had me send it to Paducah Shooters (3 days by Brown $18..September 7th). Paducah couldn't fix it, had to send to Pardner (3 more days by Brown. Pardner worked on it and could not fix it. Said they would replace it. That was 3 weeks ago. Said they had to get one back from invetory. Anyway, here we are 39 days later and I still don't have the shotgun. And when they do get one to send me, they have to send it to Paducah first, so it will be another 7 days from when they get it.....BUY THESE GUNS AT YOUR OWN RISK, The H&R Pardner Customer Service SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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