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Kmart Model 151 Shotgun Parts

1' x 30' Belt / 5' Disc Sander #50-151 is great for working on small craft projects - home decorations, jewelry, toys, doll furniture, repair work and more. Assuming that's one of the Kmart Model 151 shotguns (that's what it looks like to me), they were made by some Brazilian company whose name I can't pronounce and (I think) have a fixed full choke. So they probably would shoot slugs better without the choke.

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Pre 1970s K-Mart 12 Gauge Breakopen *NEED IDEAS!!* So i just picked this baby up from a close friend of mine. He sold it to me for 40 bucks. We have done alot of good shooting with it over the years and i've always liked the gun. I want to do some mods to it such as shorten the barrel length *legal of course*, re-finish the stock, or remove the butt section of stock and turn it into a pistol style handle, clean and blue the barrel and action, and replace the old plastic trigger guard with something a little more durable. Basically i don't know anything about how this gun breaks down, and i have NO experience refurbishing old shotguns. My dad knows a little bit about but he is at his house asleep and i want to start doing a little work on this puppy now! Basically my goal for this gun is to have it as a 'jeep gun' like the article i read in the most recent issue of the backwoodsman magazine.

Except i don't have a jeep just a little ranger pickup. I plan on making a buckskin scabbard when deer season opens to strap across the back of the passenger seat for it, so i have to have it down to a length short enough to easily be moved about in the vehicle but still of legal length. Any ideas, anything is welcome.

For 40 bucks i couldn't pass it up. Any input is appreciated, thanks in advance yall innovative woodsman yall. Click to expand.thanks man, i thought so too. However i do want to remove some of the rust it has on there. Its hard to tell but it does have a substantial amount of rust on the barrel and action.

I was just wanting to show it to yall and see if yall could come up with any useful modifications and just find the general consensus on the gun. I'd like it to be my 'beater' gun. And its really long. I'd say about 30 inches from butt to barrel. I definitely want to shorten it some but i have no experience with 'sawing off' barrels.

But thanks for the compliment shnick i appreciate it bud. I had that same shotgun in 20 ga. It was my first and bagged countless squirrels. Honeywell St7100 Programmer Manual there. I hate to be a buzzkill, but I would really caution you on shortening the barrel. Besides the legality of it (which you should check on), it can be a very tricky task. Unless there is a specific need for it to be shorter, I would leave it as is. Similarly with the trigger guard, IIRC the breakdown lever is actually a button at the front of the guard.

Not sure that you could really replace the guard without interfering with the function of the break. Now the rust and stock, that IS something you can work on. I've used cold blue with some success. Good cleaning, then degreasing, then 0000 steel wool and applying the blue.

I have a few old pieces that have some new life in them thanks to that. Just make sure the rust hasn't pitted the inside of the barrel too badly. And the stock, sand it down if you like and refinish it with a good stain and some minwax or stock finish. And pics when you're done. I had that same shotgun in 20 ga.

It was my first and bagged countless squirrels. I hate to be a buzzkill, but I would really caution you on shortening the barrel. Besides the legality of it (which you should check on), it can be a very tricky task. Unless there is a specific need for it to be shorter, I would leave it as is.

Similarly with the trigger guard, IIRC the breakdown lever is actually a button at the front of the guard. Not sure that you could really replace the guard without interfering with the function of the break. Now the rust and stock, that IS something you can work on. I've used cold blue with some success.

Good cleaning, then degreasing, then 0000 steel wool and applying the blue. I have a few old pieces that have some new life in them thanks to that. Just make sure the rust hasn't pitted the inside of the barrel too badly. And the stock, sand it down if you like and refinish it with a good stain and some minwax or stock finish. And pics when you're done. Click to expand.thanks for the info man, the rust doesn't appear to have done much to the bore in the barrel.

I specifically checked for divots and such. None i could SEE. However i do need the barrel to be a little bit shorter because of how long it is. I want this to be my truck gun that i can pull out quickly without hitting the barrel on anything.

The barrel on this baby is LONG. I'd like to know the best way to shorten it. I know barrel length here for shortest legal length is 18 inches. I'd do 19 or 20 just to be safe. I was planning on letting the steel parts of the gun set in a Cola mixture overnight and then scrub with steel wool, your solution sounds like its worked for you as well. I'm up for anything.

I just really want a rugged reliable quick shooter i can use in a pinch and have ready to shoot quickly out of my truck. Thanks for the feedback man. I have a little 20 gauge that used to look very much like that one.

It is labeled as being made in Brasil by a company called FIE. If it is like mine it will break down buy pulling the forearm off (it is held one by an internal spring loaded arm) the break the gun open as usual and the barrel will seperate from the receiver.

You may have an issue in replacing the trigger gaurd as the barrel release is built into the trigger gaurd. On mine after many, many rounds I managed to bugger up the muzzle somehow and it ended up kind of egg shaped so I cut the barrel down to about 20 inches and soldered a half od a nickel on as a front sight and later built a rear sight for it and soldered it on. I carried the gun running traplines all through jr high and high school, at one point I leaned the gun against a tree to pull a beaver out of a set (one of the largest beaver I have ever trapped) and lost the gun. I just couldn't locate it. About 2 weeks later I found it again leaning right where I had left it, to make sure I never misplaced it again I painted the whole thing 'gas line yellow', it is now the worlds ugliest gun but it shoots great and has taken more animals than any other gun I have ever owned. I haven't shot it in quite awhile but maybe I will take it out sometime this season. My only real complaint I ever had with it was that it had the worst recoil ever but that was largely fixed by cutting a piece of copper pipe to the length of the stock bolt channel and filling the pipe with molten lead then putting the lead filled pipe in the stockbolt channel under the buttplate.

I have a little 20 gauge that used to look very much like that one. It is labeled as being made in Brasil by a company called FIE. If it is like mine it will break down buy pulling the forearm off (it is held one by an internal spring loaded arm) the break the gun open as usual and the barrel will seperate from the receiver.

You may have an issue in replacing the trigger gaurd as the barrel release is built into the trigger gaurd. On mine after many, many rounds I managed to bugger up the muzzle somehow and it ended up kind of egg shaped so I cut the barrel down to about 20 inches and soldered a half od a nickel on as a front sight and later built a rear sight for it and soldered it on. I carried the gun running traplines all through jr high and high school, at one point I leaned the gun against a tree to pull a beaver out of a set (one of the largest beaver I have ever trapped) and lost the gun. Yanmar B37 Owners Manual here. I just couldn't locate it. About 2 weeks later I found it again leaning right where I had left it, to make sure I never misplaced it again I painted the whole thing 'gas line yellow', it is now the worlds ugliest gun but it shoots great and has taken more animals than any other gun I have ever owned. I haven't shot it in quite awhile but maybe I will take it out sometime this season.