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Remington Model 10-T

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by Brian Williams, Jan 17, 2004.

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  1. Brian Williams

    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    I have been given a well used Remington Mod 10-T take down shotgun. Help!!! how do I put it back together with out bending the extractor???
    I know a lot of bad press has been written about the mod 10 but What is this thing worth???
     
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    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    pull the trigger

    DUh?!
    it slid right back together then...

    Take down should be:
    pull the trigger
    push release and rotate the mag end connection
    pull out the mag and pull forward on the forend
    rotate the barrel 1/4 turn pull front


    I had not pulled the trigger first.

    Reassembly is easier then just reverse the steps.


    What is it worth????????

    It is probably 60% finish
    no rust
    forend checkering is just a pattrern of lines and the buttstock has been replaced with a homemade stock of weird formation and a junque buttpad.
     
  3. grendelbane

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    I also have a Remington model 10 take down. It too has made me look foolish trying to put it back together. While I think the buttstock is original, the butt plate is an obvious home-made replacement, (unless Remington made buttplates from rubber belts in the early years of the 20th century).

    My understanding is that the model 10 was extremely popular in the first 3 decades of the last century. Some one once told me that the serial number on my gun indicated it had been purchased by American Express in 1915. "Don't leave home without it!"
     
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