Most often only a couple parts are needed to bring a Remington Shotgun Breech Bolt back to life. However, when rebuilding an an older gun it is wise to replace all the parts. It is also wise to have a kit like this on hand as it can prevent waiting for parts when you need your shotgun right then and now. So for this reason I have put all the parts needed to rebuild a Remington Shotgun breech bolt in one package. It also saves you money getting the kit over buying the parts seperately as you need them. Only exception is the Locking Block and the reason is they last the life time of the gun and if you do need one, the locking black and locking block retaining pin are listed here on the store in this same category.
There are videos in this description that use can watch to see how easy it is to rebuild your breech bolt and no special tool are required.
You get: F16176 Extractor, the same Forged Machined Extractor that comes in the 870 Police and Wingmaster
F97597 Extractor Plunger, this is a part that rust easily I so this is the Nickle Plate Marine one in this kit
F97599 Extractor Plunger sping, also Marine Coated that comes in the 870 Marine
F17436 Firing pin, Remington makes only this one for all models
F17436 Firing Pin Retractor Sping and again this is the Marine Coated one
F97601 Firing Pin retainor and again this is the Marine Coated one.
Note: the 870 20ga & 28ga is all the same parts except the Firing pin retaior pin is samller and not Marine coated.
So you see this kit is also an upgrade for many of the Shotguns you have. You chose Model and gauge from the list. More kits coming for other models so stay tuned.
If you were to puchase the above parts in the 870 Kit from Remington your cost would be $44.99 plus shipping. So you can see a savings with my price on these kits.
Yes, all the above parts are listed and sold by themselves in this same category.
Breech Bolt rebuilding videos : The first is the same as the one showing how to install the firing pin retractor spring but covers all the parts so watch it to rebuild the breech bolt and the second one shows how to replace the extractor, plunger and sping so watch both videos befor you begin and you can reference them if needed. No special tools required.