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I have an older model 20 gauge 1100, that I cut off the stock some 30 years ago.
Want to replace it with a recently purchased used stock.
If you then turn the screwdriver, it acts as a wedge and can split the stock. For less than , I highly recommend buying the proper tool.
From experience, I could have saved a lot of aggravation and the cost of the replacement nut if I had used one the first time.
I supose that a large bladed screw driver or similar device would work..the tool makes it sooooo easy. Jefferson (1785)Nick, a wide-blade screwdriver will work most of the time. That is the reason that I bought the Brownells bit in the first place.Looking at the stock bolt cap, it is slotted and has a hole in the center under which is a longitudinal pin that will depress about 3/8".It has been a long time since I took the stock off, and not wanting to tear anything up, (I have learned not to force things in my later life), what is the proper method to use in removing the stock bolt?“The films in the exhibit singular directorial vision while sharing a common commitment to challenge audiences to step outside their comfort zones,” says Slamdance Beyond programmer, Josh Mandel.“These bold and adventurous filmmakers represent the most current voices in American independent film, and will continue to push boundaries in the years ahead.” Slamdance 2018 will showcase a short film lineup made up of productions from 26 countries, including: North America (US Canada), Iran and beyond.
I now have an 1187 and 3 1100's, and that wrench gets used with pretty good regularity.