Re: Remington 700 Bolt/Firing pin trouble
Some of that "GunScrubber" thru the bolt body with the firing pin assembly removed might help. Using a bore brush on a pistol rod will help with those kind of cleaning jobs too. A new firing pin assembly won't help if the bolt body is dirty/rusty inside. Might be the pin the holds the cocking piece to the firing pin isn't a tight fit and that pin drags sometimes, I've seen several like that lately where the pin wasn't a tight fit.