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Revelation Model 350 - Firing Pin question.

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Ozarks Jim, Feb 7, 2016.

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  1. Ozarks Jim

    Ozarks Jim Member

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    I have been told that this was made by Stevens and is their Model 94. How do I find out what series it is? It is a 16 gauge and I know it is not worth much money but it has sentimental value.

    The firing pin is not hitting the primer hard enough to reliably set it off every time. I have removed the firing pin and cleaned and lubed it. I see on some schematics that there is supposed to be a spring to return the firing pin. On other schematics it doesn't show a spring. Their was not a spring on it when I disassembled it and the gun functions properly as far as opening and closing. The length from the shoulder of the pin to the tip is .200. Is the pin as long as it should be?
     
  2. Virginian

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    You need that spring on the firing pin. The spring holds the firing pin to the rear so the hammer hits it solidly.
     
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