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    i was trying to put a heat shield on my stevens 320 pump. it accidently came completely apart. i am not mechanically inclined at all. a piece that looks like a plastic nail and a spring came out of it. i have no idea where or how they go back in. i think i could get it back together if i knew.
    please help if you can.

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    i can't get on another forum anymore, there, i got answers, on this forum nobody wants to help anyone. i am looking for answers.

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    Why is the reason you cannot get on another forum? From your post , would it have to do with attitude?

    All of the folks , cept for maybe me, are quite respectful and more than willing to help an individual as long as respect and humility are shown.

    To get on and start moaning about how no one is willing to help you is , frankly, IMO childish .

    Perhaps the reason no one has responded to your plea for help is the people who have taken the time to read your query do not know enough about the firearm in question to make an informed response. On the other hand I will respond either with some slight knowledge or if I have to I can make crap up.

    Now , you say that " a piece that looked like a plastic nail and a spring came out " , came out of where? I am not familiar with the Stevens 320, but near all of the heat shields I have seen on shotguns and rifles were either held on by spring clamps, which are half circle shaped pieces of spring steel that slip over the barrel or by a simple screw through the magazine/ barrel clamp or a combination of the two. So if you say which part of the shotgun this "nail and spring" came from , together we could possibly get it figured out.

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    i apoligise for being so arragant, i was desperate. i have taken apart alot of guns i have never had pieces fall out. i think now they are part of the trigger assembly. it will not come out because of the pistol grip on the shotgun. i have never owned a shotgun that had pieces that looke like these. savage arms is paying the shipping for me to send it to them. i am not taking the stock off. they will put it back together ,test fire it. and, send it back to me.
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    good to hear , I too have taken firearms apart and had pieces fall out of nowhere, kind of like working on my old cars , cept with guns it isn't a good thing to have leftovers.

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    i saw this post but know nothing of the stevens pump. i bought an h&r pardner pump protecter and installed a hogue pistol grip and tac star forgrip. but nothing fell out so i can't help sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old fart View Post
    i saw this post but know nothing of the stevens pump. i bought an h&r pardner pump protecter and installed a hogue pistol grip and tac star forgrip. but nothing fell out so i can't help sorry.
    i bought one of those too. i like it, however i am not going to put a pistol grip on mine. the parts that came out of the stevens were parts of the trigger assembly. the gun was accidently turned muzzle down with the pump removed. stevens was happy to pay all shipping cost for me to send it to them, they will put it back together and test fire it. then send it back to me at no charge. great customer service at savage arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billybonny View Post
    i can't get on another forum anymore, there, i got answers, on this forum nobody wants to help anyone. i am looking for answers.
    Each forum is different and it like fishing, some forums may know the answer and others may not. So just because no one answers your question is not that they are not helping its maybe no one knows the answer or is knowledgeable to help with that question and or is familiar with a particular firearm. The guys here are very helpful and eager to give their wisdom and experiences but like enzelow mentioned "....Perhaps the reason no one has responded to your plea for help is the people who have taken the time to read your query do not know enough about the firearm in question to make an informed response....." I am glad to hear you are getting the problem solved. Please post what the cause of it was. I also had a similar problem with a SP101 drove me nuts for weeks and there were a lot of forums that my request for help went unanswered on....because no one knew. I finally ended up - like you did (well kind of) - and took it to a gun smith. With in 5 minutes the SP101 was fixed. I felt embarrassed and dumb but he taught me something and I learned for the next time.
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