Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Bersa45 » Sun Dec 20, 2009 12:02 am

I have that exact shotgun and always wanted to tear it apart. Now I know all I need is mini me to help me. Great work Evan........
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Chuck » Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:27 am

That,,, was,,, excellent!!!
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby jackpot513 » Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:20 pm

I'm going to have to recommend ventilation when you use your solvents in the future.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Jake » Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:30 pm

The "Mini - Crew" is impervious.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Bruenor » Thu Jan 06, 2011 1:26 am

Never had an issue getting the mossy apart..
it's always the putting it back together, redoing the bolt assembly and shell lifter a couple times before its all in the right order that gets me..
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Sevens » Sat Jan 22, 2011 2:12 pm

Ran in to this picture on another site where poster was trying to show how to get to a firing pin spring on a Taurus revolver.

Reminded me of Evan Price and Mini-Me!

http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k298/ ... Tauri1.jpg
Picture won't show here in our forum because it's too wide... but click and you may get a laugh out of it.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby evan price » Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:44 pm

I have severely neglected Mini-Me of late.

What should I do next- take apart and put together the S&W 'K'-frame revolver?

Maybe I should take a poll.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Sevens » Sun Jan 23, 2011 6:18 pm

Seriously... you don't need Mini-Me's help to make a poll. 8)
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby duzzbucket » Sun Jan 23, 2011 6:48 pm

With all these people shooting themselves in the leg, you should have a mini-me's guide to safety!! :lol:

On a side note, great guide.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby Jake » Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:28 pm

duzzbucket wrote:With all these people shooting themselves in the leg, you should have a mini-me's guide to safety!! :lol:


Never a bad idea to review safety procedures!
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby milligan740 » Tue Jun 21, 2011 1:49 pm

This is by far the best disassembly guide I've ever seen. Simply hilarious.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby painiac » Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:41 pm

evan price wrote:Maybe I should take a poll.


Maybe you should take your meds! haha
This guide remains awesome. I thought of coming back to add a suggestion, since I just had a difficult time removing the mag tube on my mossberg 590. Newer 500/590s actually have the magazine tube loctited in place, and if you try to use a wrench chances are you'll mangle the tube (or bend it if you fail to use the wrench over the only solid part on the 500 tube at the muzzle end where the metal is thick (the 590 has no such safe spot).

But I found a solution. If you heat it up enough, the loctite will melt and you'll be able to unscrew it easily with no tools. I stripped my 590 down to just the receiver with mag tube glued in place, then heated up the inside and outside of the receiver end with a lit can of sterno fuel. It took about 15 minutes to get hot enough, but when it happens you'll hear a sizzling and smell noxious smoke, at which point the tube will unscrew easily. Didn't get hot enough to affect the finish at all, which was a concern at the start.
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Re: Mini-Me's Mossberg Shotgun Disassembly Guide

Postby swisskinist » Mon Dec 24, 2012 6:58 pm

That was great info and entertainment. My children love it. Thank you.
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