The ATI Top Folding Stock for pump-action shotguns looks like a copy of the old Remington law enforcement top folding stock. However, the big difference is that it’s made out of plastic. These plastic parts are a disadvantage to the stock while its compact size is an advantage.
Interesting Remington Shotgun!
Received very interesting photos of the unique Remington shotgun:
“I have a old Remington pump shotgun it loads and ejects out the bottom the safety is in front of the trigger it doesn’t have a model # the serial is 83680 I would like to find out more.
If you know what it is I can be emailed at email@example.com”
Unusual Malfunction on Pump Action Shotgun (Benelli Supernova)
Found one more interesting pic from recent training. This what can happen to a shotshell:
How to Avoid a Short Stroke on Your Pump Action Shotgun
Short stroking or short cycling means you have not brought the bolt back far enough to eject the cartridge, which means you cannot chamber a shell. In some instances, the shell may eject but there is not enough force to chamber a round and it can jam on you, which is not what you want to happen. On semi-automatics, the work is done by the exploding gas from the propellant or gunpowder. Shells designed for less recoil can cause a short stroke on semi-automatics because there is not enough energy produced by the powder to slam the bolt back and then propel it forward. The work is done by you with a pump action shotgun however. Sometimes not allowing the trigger to reset or there is a failure to reset can cause a short stroke but this is not typical.