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Unread 02-17-2006, 08:05 PM
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Re: Rememingtom j lock

ok so the only specialty tool i need is the firing pin removal tool from snclair and the GRE-tan firing pin asslembly thanks Jim
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    Re: Rememingtom j lock

    thats all you'll need , the bolt break down tool is a good thing to have so don't look at it like your only ever gonna use it once , I break my rilfes down several times a year to totaly degrease and relube and the inside of the bolt is often overlooked by most folks
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    Re: Rememingtom j lock

    ok thank for the help ill order stuff first part of the week Jim
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    Unread 02-18-2006, 01:51 PM
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    Re: Rememingtom j lock

    Does anyone know why the Sinclair seems to work with all Remington actions,but the Pierce clearly says it won't work with several othe Rem. actions such as the XP-100?
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    Re: Rememingtom j lock

    The early XP-100s'& 600 actions had a narrower bolt shroud than the 700 and 722/721.
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