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How can you put the hammer-spring back into an Ithaca long range double barrel?

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2011-09-13 05:16:50
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I don't know if this will help because my gun is a Flues. On the flues with the bottom of the receiver off. I layed the receiver upside down on my bench. I put the spring in and the hammer on top of it. I then cut a small peice of wood the width of the hammer that was about 1 inch high off of the top of the hammer. Then I positioned the receiver right at the edge of the bench so I could use a 6 ingh c clamp positioning the one side under the receiver on the underside of the bench. And the othe side on the small peice of wood placed on top of the hammer. I was able to easily compress the spring by tightening the c clamp until I had the holes lined up to insert the pin. I hope I have helped you. But as I said I have a Flues not an NID. Good luck. Glen.

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