Hammerless shotgun help please

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  1. james83

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  2. tdb59

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    Most internal hammer shotguns have cocking pins that extend from the front of the receiver at a point near the frame pin, and are actuated by the leverage of the forend iron when the action is opened. Duplicate that action on the cocking pins, and then reassemble the gun.

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  4. mjbskwim

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    I have never seen any issue with taking a double gun,O/U or side by side,down ,cocked or not.
    Fore end should just pop off,break the action and pull it apart.

    I'm not a Stoger fan.Had one that I had to bump it on my knee to break the action.Not even close to a smooth action or trigger
    Sold it soon after
     

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