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Posted: 10/8/2004 7:54:09 PM EDT
I just ordered a speedfeed stock and forend combo for my 870. What size and type of screwdriver do I need to take the stock off? And what do I need to take the forend off?
Link Posted: 10/8/2004 8:07:26 PM EDT
I don't know about the stock, but the forend I replaced with a Surefire and it's easy. The surefire came with a tool, but it's just a slotted piece of metal that fits in the hole. Not sure where you get that tool from unless your forend comes with it like mine did.

Link Posted: 10/8/2004 10:07:36 PM EDT

Originally Posted By MisterFloppy:
I just ordered a speedfeed stock and forend combo for my 870. What size and type of screwdriver do I need to take the stock off? And what do I need to take the forend off?



Not to be funny but are you joking ?
If not let me know ?
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 8:25:20 AM EDT
I've always used a #1 phillips screwdriver for the recoil pad, a big flatbladed screwdriver for stock removal, and made up a piece of 1/8" thick steel, aprox 1.25"x1.25" combined with a pair of vicegrips for removing the fore-end tube nut... Hope that helps,


- georgestrings
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 3:24:38 PM EDT

Originally Posted By georgestrings:
I've always used a #1 phillips screwdriver for the recoil pad, a big flatbladed screwdriver for stock removal, and made up a piece of 1/8" thick steel, aprox 1.25"x1.25" combined with a pair of vicegrips for removing the fore-end tube nut... Hope that helps,


- georgestrings




Thanks, I was able to get the forend nut off with a piece of wood that fit perfectly in the slots. I needed to know what size phillips to get, so thanks.
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 3:29:47 PM EDT

Originally Posted By MisterFloppy:

Originally Posted By georgestrings:
I've always used a #1 phillips screwdriver for the recoil pad, a big flatbladed screwdriver for stock removal, and made up a piece of 1/8" thick steel, aprox 1.25"x1.25" combined with a pair of vicegrips for removing the fore-end tube nut... Hope that helps,


- georgestrings




Thanks, I was able to get the forend nut off with a piece of wood that fit perfectly in the slots. I needed to know what size phillips to get, so thanks.


This can also be done with a pair of long nosed pliers with the tips spread out.
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 7:45:23 PM EDT
You're welcome...


- georgestrings
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