Possibly put a bunch of aerokroil or something down the barrel and let it soak for a day or two. May end up having to take the action out of the stock and mount it in a vice. I'd try soaking it a day or two with lots of Aerokroil or something similar before I got too worked up. May even end up requiring some carefully placed heat. Good luck
Stuck breech plug! Some threads addressing same if you search.
1st. plug up the vent hole. 2nd. stand barrel up and put some 50-50 atf-acetone down barrel to soak, at least a day or more if possible, liquid wrench penetrating 2nd best then 3rd is PB blaster. 3rd. make sure you have a good fitting tool to fit breech plug. 4th. Put barrel/action in a tight fitting padded vice, I use sheet lead to pad vice. 5th. Put tool in an impact wrench and gradually increase torque on BP. 6th. If no impact wrench have friend torque tool on BP while you hit (impact)with hammer. 7th. Repeat daily and increase torque/impact until loose. 8th. Avoid heat as it is a last resort, especially on a barrel or action that you want to keep/save. 9th. send to one of the gunsmith guys on this forum with a lathe to get it out.
Search for threads on problem and good luck. 10 ga
I had this problem with a different gun. Soaked it in Kroil for a few days, then took the stock and scope off and dunked the action end in my biggest pot of just boiled water a few mins then quick in the vice and wrenched, came off pretty easy then
I recently had stuck breech plug and what I did was boil a pot of water and inserted the breech plug end into the pot of water for 3-4 minutes and it came out. Naturally I cleaned and oiled both the bbl and breech plug afterwards.
I had a stuck breech plug in the Savage ML that would not come out. I ended up taking a nail that fit snugly into the hex hole in the plug, and tapping it in there. Then I welded around it carefully using a MIG fluxcore welder. Then attaching vice grips to the nail, and it eased out by unscrewing.
Post by a1smokepole on Dec 10, 2013 12:18:10 GMT -5
Get yourself some boiling hot water take the end were the breech plug is a put it in the boiling water for 4 to 5 min this will get it out. you may have to do it 2 or 3 times but if you have a scope on it take it off and the trigger.
Post by tmitch4570 on Dec 18, 2013 13:40:29 GMT -5
Use a combination of techniques. Soak it in penetrate and then put it in the freezer along with your plug wrench overnight (or outside if it's real cold there). Get a heat source ready, boiling water or a torch, take it out of the freezer and apply some torque to your plug wrench while applying the heat to the outside of the barrel/receiver over the breech plug threads.