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Shot tube removal can be tricky. I would heat up shot tube and turn it carefully with channel locks with lots of tape around both sides of jaws and a rag at the tip to avoid marks. Also sometimes the nut in front of the plunger get loose. (Not fun!) Putting pressure on captured nut from stock end with a long straight screwdriver helps. I have a 108-29 that the tabs broke off that hold the shot tube nut. (Not good!) Now it is being held in place because it was sandwiched between plunger head and tapered barrel, so if If I cocked it and took shot tube out at same time it would go back into stock end of gun for sure.
Okay, Black Bart, now you get yours!!!
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