Re: Recall on JC Higgins bolt action shotguns
I might still have the article around, but regardless, it was the BOLT STOP SCREW that was the issue. Good ole boy:: Nope, no replacement bolt. That was their way of getting rid of the problem. As stated in an above post, it appeared to be an isolated issue, but at that time those guns could be had readily for around $100 on the used market, and they figured it was better for them to create $50 tomato stakes. From what I researched back then, few took them up on the offer, unless their gun was a junker. I bought my first one 56 years ago, and it's still going strong.
I gotta go agitate the techies!