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Pardner Pump 20 Gauge NoJam Follower Type 4. NOW Available!

 S&J Hardware S&J Hardware USA Pardner Pump 20 gauge follower

Just want to let you know S&J Hardware has created a NoJam follower exclusively for the Pardner Pump 20 Gauge shotgun.

You Can find it in the link below:

Pardner Pump 20 Gauge Follower

It works better than perfect.

Here are the facts:

S&J Hardware

NoJam Design

For 20 Gauge

CNC machined from a solid block of DuPont Delrin.

Said to be Self-lubricating.

Impervious to solvents and cleaning compounds.

Features relief grooves for use in H&R 1871 Pardner Pump dimpled magazine tubes.

Has hole on the face so you can feel when your magazine in empty.

Best for standard capacity shotguns and all field, hunting, and sporting clays guns.

Almost friction-free loading and smooth action cycling.

Note: This will not fit a Remington shotgun.

S&J Hardware S&J Hardware USA Pardner Pump 20 gauge follower


S&J Hardware S&J Hardware USA Pardner Pump 20 gauge follower


S&J Hardware S&J Hardware USA Pardner Pump 20 gauge follower



Pardner Pump 20 Gauge

Finally ….

A NoJam follower for the Pardner Pump 20 gauge. The first ever aftermarket follower that will fit this firearm.

Changing out the factory follower in any shotgun improves loading ease, action cycling, and reliability.

NoJam followers made by S&J Hardware are preferred by shotgunners that know best. They are made of 100% CNC machined Delrin. A DuPont product that has a very low coefficient of friction. Delrin has some very nice low friction properties and it is very resistant to solvents. Loading shells in the magazine tube is almost effortless and the NoJam follower won’t get melted or damaged by the solvents you use for cleaning.

It is called the NoJamTtype 4. It will be available in early May, 2017.

They can be found here:  S&J Hardware USA

Here is a video about it.

Oversize Safety Button

Installing an Oversize Safety Button

An oversize safety button is a worthy upgrade for the Pardner Pump. They are easier to activate and deactivate. When it is cold, wet, and when wearing gloves it is nice to know you can activate and deactivate your safety confidently, when you want to.

I am performing this procedure on a Pardner Pump Protector in the video. The trigger group is the same design as Remington 870 and 11-87 shotguns.

It is easy to perform this modification.

You can get the S&J Hardware oversize safety button here:

S&J Hardware Oversize Safety Button


Installing S&J Hardware Followers in a H&R Pardner Pump

Installing S&J Hardware Followers in a H&R Pardner Pump.
Here is a short video about how to install a S&J Hardware NoJam Follower in a H&R 1871 Pardner Pump.

The S&J Hardware NoJam followers are machined from DuPont Delrin, a self lubricating plastic that is impervious to most solvents.

The benefit to the shooter is easier loading and more reliable action cycling.

Very easy to install.

I will do a follow up article explaining the different designs of the S&J Hardware followers.

Followers can be found here:

S&J Hardware USA

H&R 1871 Pardner Pump – Chambered Shell Changeout

H&R 1871 Pardner Pump – Chambered Shell Changeout

How to get one shell load type out of the chamber and quickly get another shell load type in the chamber with out wasting any precious shell capacity from the magazine tube.

Learn to do this quickly and efficiently.

Useful skill when hunting to change load types for different game. Slugs to birdshot for example.

Very useful in a tactical situation to change from buckshot to a slug load.

Shell quantity is very limited in a shotgun. Keep all the shell capacity in the magazine tube that you can.



This method also works on Remington 870 shotguns and their variants that utilize staggered interrupters.

Why do it this way?

If you drive the forend all the way back and do not re set the interrupter a second shell will be on the lifter and you will need to dump it out the ejection port before you drop in your “new” load type. This wastes a shell from your magazine tube.

Practice the illustrated method.

Learn to do this smoothly without thinking.

Special note: Practice this with inert shells or snap caps.





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