Savage bolt disassembly

Discussion in ' Gunsmithing Forum ' started by jdsingleshotFeb 21, Log in or Sign up. Savage 20 gauge disassembly Discussion in ' Gunsmithing Forum ' started by jdsingleshotFeb 21, Feb 21, 1. My only NRA disassembly guide doesn't have the or theso, have any of you had a apart?

I have the stock and barrel off and need to tear the action apart, but would like to do that in the best order and learn how to reassemble. The top snap will almost move enough to open the action and then gets impossible to move without breaking something--won't cock the firing pin. Thanks in advance. Last edited: Feb 21, Feb 21, 2.

Feb 21, 3. That is for the new totally different animal, but thanks. Feb 23, 4. Well, as usual, the things I want to know, nobody else knows. I have the action totally disassembled and have reassembled several times. Despite what I had read, it's very easy. Some eager beaver ground the striker near the sear notch to the point that the notch is completely through the striker at one point.

The striker shank at that point hangs up in the square hole in the bridge. Some people should not be allowed near tools of any kind. Numrich is out of stock for the striker. Anyone have a spare? Feb 23, 5. Talking to myself here, but in case anyone was looking for a striker for me, I found one on eBay and bought it.

Feb 26, 6. Please cancel. Last edited: Feb 26, Feb 26, 7. Would you describe how you did it? I'm interested. Feb 27, 8. Last edited: Feb 28, BrianB likes this.

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It looks very similar to the one pictured in this months National Rifleman where the patent lawsuit was discussed. Anyway, I am unable to get the pistol apart in order to give it a good cleaning. Can anyone provide me with some hints about how to do this?

Thanks in advance for any assistance. Been awhile, I kind of liked those odd looking art deco style pistols. Were a several varaiations, and a later ? Odd think is that it has a roational locked breech.

savage bolt disassembly

The force of the bullet being engraved rotates the barrel, barrel has little lugs that lock into recesses from that roation, so the slide won't start blowing back until the bullet has cleared the barrel and the barrel un-rotates. It isn't a hammer as it doesn't hit anything, it just pivots back to show that the striker it is connected to is cocked. Here is a take down for the basic model Thanks a lot. It came apart quite easily.

By the way, I have noticed that the pistol is very difficult to 'shuck'. I have other autos and each of them is much easier to shuck. Remove Advertisements. Did run on a pretty heavy recoil spring, but should be managable but stiff. Just put the major parts grips off in a bath of solvent to soak.Does anyone here know of a web site that shows how to remove the firing pin from a savage bolt I love the savage rifles but never took a bolt apart on one and want to learn how to do this in case i need to sometime.

Thanks eveyone for any help you can offer Remove Advertisements. I have an old savage model The only problem is that I can't find any instructions for disassembling it, because it's not a very well known rifle. Does anyone know how to fully disassemble it?

Sav That's one of those guns that a gunsmith just looks at and figures out how to relieve spring tension. Once that is done, the bolt comes apart but without seeing it I can't say how that's done in that gun. Two touching and three flyers is not a quarter inch group.

Never mind, got it out myself.

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