Discussion in 'Mossberg 500 Pump Action' started by DHonovich, Jul 21, 2010.
Sounds like a nice little Mossy. You get a chance post a pic.
As far as cleaning,,,,,,,,,
Where is the video to remove the plastic forend form Mossberg 500 and replace with rat tail forend? Did a search and coudl not find it but thought the forum at one time
had one. Ron
This one will work for ya. 500/590 same.
Thank you. I was finally able to purchase a stock/forend at a reasonable price and will attempt to put it on.
No problem. Don't forget the pics.
This video is awesome! Just bought my first Mossberg (500c) I had no clue how take that thing apart. This video is easy to understand & follow. I got it apart & back together in about 15 to 20 minutes. No parts left over & everything works! Thanks for great video.
Congrats on your new Mossy. You get a chance post a pic or two.
BTW That is a great video on the 500.
I'd love to post picks but I haven't figured how to do it from my Android tablet!
Do you use an type of lubrication before reassembly? Great step by step tutorial.
I would use a small amount of gun oil on the innards. Hoppes #9 is an oldie but goodie.
Place on SAFE
Place Bolt in middle of Ejection Port (1/2 way visual)
Remove Barrel(Screw off Barrel)
Remove Trigger Housing Pin (use Hammer/Punch)
Remove Trigger Housing Unit
Remove Cartridge Interrupter
Remove Cartridge Stop
Slide Bolt back and take out Bolt Slide
Slide off Slide
Push out Bolt thru Receiver
Lift out (squeeze) Elevator
I took mine completely down last night & it wasn't as hard as i thought it would be
,,,,,and each time you do it, it gets easier.
bumb question.....why is the video not playable here? am I doing something wrong???
Works when I click on your post.
Does anyone else use a small dab of white grease to cartridge interrupter and cartridge stop in place while putting the trigger assembly in?
I did and found it made it much easier to manipulate.
I used this as I have used it on the rails of all of my Glocks, H&K's and Colt 1911A1's and found it to be a great lube for the price.
Sounds like a great idea. When I was new to breaking down 500's they could be a pain to keep in place while putting the trigger back in. I have done the process so many times now that it is no longer an issue for me.
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