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You know I learned something too.....those dang guns are hard to blow up!
I actually had no damage to any of them while shooting tied down to a tire in the bottom of a ditch and pulling trigger with a string when I loaded several double charged loads and even some triple charged loads.
The problem has to do with with bolt stop screw has nothing to do whatsoever with the bolt lock up. However if the bolt stop screw is loose or not in the gun, there is nothing to stop the bolt when you cycle the bolt for next round, just make sure you have the bolt stop screw in place and its tight and you will be fine. Note all guns 583 1 to 583 25 have the same problem as well as all H&R 120 &122 as well as 348/349 gamester and 351 huntsman bolt action shotgun all the guns are related .
The only way I was finally able to get the bananna peel effect was to take a oversized lead swaging slug and hammer it into the end of the barrel and then fire with a double charged load.
But the most interesting thing that I realized through the course of blowing up over 8 of these is this....... I currently have two of them for sale in my shop and have no worries anymore about selling or shooting them. Well, you have done something that I have never done, blow up a shotgun barrel!
another testimonial from irishmusket from this site....
I have been a gunsmith for over thirty years Have actually delt with the J C higgins issue the problem has nothing to do with the guns lockup it has to do with the bolt stop screw wich holds the bolt in the gun when you cycle the action .