go to gun smith
I would start my search at Numrich gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.
Nope. You would still have only one firing pin- but now it would not be in line with EITHER barrel.
50-100 USD or so
50-100. Don't even think about firing it with modern loads.
It's retained by a crosspin in the breech block. email@example.com
If you change out the barrel. Yes, it is compatible. It's a drop in barrel. There are no mods needed and it uses the same magazine and firing pin.
The end of the barrel where the projectile leaves the barrel on firing.
yes i own one, ans am currently trying to find a diagram of the firing mech.
The form of the company name you gave indicates a gun made between 1886 and 1915, so parts may not be available. You might check with Numrich Gunparts at the link to the right >>>>, but a competent gunsmith should be able to make a firing pin, especially if you have a broken one for him to copy.
Firing lead shot through a slug barrel will not damage the barrel. The rifling will distort the shot pattern and you will get less than desireable results.
Frame, barrel, trigger, bushing, firing pin, firing pin spring, barrel bushing, hanmmer, strut, backstrap to name a few.