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Thread: JW 2000-12ga coach gun

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    Irecently purchased a jw 2000 sxs 12ga. I took it shooting last weekend and once i fired both rounds, the action wouldnt break like it was suppose to. the lever would push to the side but the action wouldnt open. i finally got it open and saw that there was no ejector spring.

    any thoughts on what to do about this? thanks guys.

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    Many coach guns do not have ejectors, only extractors that lift the rounds a little bit out of the chamber for manual extraction.

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    i noticed that when i was shooting, but for some reason the shells, once fired would get stuck in the chamber and the action wouldnt open.

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    Did you clean the chambers out? Really scrub them down, make sure no preservative lube is still there?

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    yeah i cleaned it thoroughly. it doesnt stick like that with unspent shells in it either. it works just fine. but once you shoot them, the extractor doesnt lift them out at all.

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    Mebbe is ammo picky? Have you just shot one brand through it, or does it do this on any kind of ammo?

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    yeah i have but it seems to do the same with anything. im out of ideas here.

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    Contact the factory and ask them what is up. I imagine they have some sort of repair or warranty policy. Most places will pay for shipping both ways on new guns.

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    Maybe a result of you letting both barrels off at the same time? How's the shoulder?

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    very funny cougar125. but it was doing this before i let both barrels go. and for the shoulder it hurts like a s.o.b.

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    Is that the Norinco JW 2000. If so it is made in China and I am not sure who does the USA service on these. I will see what I can find out.

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    irfner wrote:
    Is that the Norinco JW 2000. If so it is made in China and I am not sure who does the USA service on these. I will see what I can find out.
    Century imports them.

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    Some well known manufactures of shotguns such as Ljutic have been having problems with some shells sticking in the chambers. The list of bedroom cures is extensive and few seem to work. There are a few things I look for. 1) Check the back of a fired shell to see if there are any drag marks from a sticking firing pin. This usually appears as a scratch from the primer to to the bottom of the shell. Also new shotguns may have internal parts coated with anti-corrosion jells. If so disassemble and clean. Removing the stock should bring the internal components into view. 2) Check the breach. If it is oversize or rough the shell may become lodged as it expands when it is fired. 3) I believe this is a hammer gun with extractors and no ejectors. So expect fired shells to be lifted not thrown out.

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    This sounds to me like tight chambers. A tight fitting swab with some polishing compound (800+ grit) and a drill should help polish up the chambers so that once fired the shells aren't sticking to the walls so hard.

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    I have a Browning O/U XS Special that was doing the same thing. A quick polish ( not Polish)job cleared it right up.
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    And people criticize me as being a Neanderthal for carrying a six shooter!


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    thanks for your help guys. im going to try and smooth out the chamber. hopefully that fixws the problem.

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    Wheelgunner wrote:
    And people criticize me as being a Neanderthal for carrying a six shooter!
    LOL. Yah usually while they are carrying some sort of plastic frame wondernine:P

    I always thought autoloaders were cute, and have a place in the world. Usually as a discrete carry in the pocket or in the case of my poor kel-tec P32, underneath my boat.

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