Q:After another season of slinging slugs with a smooth bore shotgun with a bead sight, I have decided the bead is not the best choice for my shooting abalities, and I am going to work on building a slug gun before next december. I has a remington 887 pump. Love the gun but I cant dial slugs into where I want them to go. They get close but not quite. In the closet sits a Winchester 1300 all purpose field pump gun with a 26" barrel. Drilled and tapped for a scope. I think I can get a slug barrel from Winchester or a Rifled choke tube. Remington wants almost $300 for a slug barrel for the 887. I was wanting to put a red dot on the 1300 but I dont know what kind of scope base and rings to get. It has two holes drilled into the top of the receiver and a little grove endendted in the top of it like the mount would sit down inside it. Anybody know what kind of mount I need to get this project rolling?
Q:The action on my Remington 870 is unusually loud and now seems to stick a little bit. I put some extra oil in the area and it didn't help. I am afraid that I might've messed something up while reassembling it. Any suggestions on how to fix this problem without taking it to a gunsmith?