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Remington Bolt Lock

 
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:51 PM
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Re: Remington Bolt Lock



This is an early trigger. The vertical tab shown on the left is one that sits in a small notch in your bolt when in safety. The right one is shown in fire position. The safety on your trigger stops just past the tip of the ball clip. It would be very easy to just have a tab welded to your safety and finished nicely. As far as the bolt goes you could have the notch machined or a few practiced try's on some metal stock with a dremel and do it yourself. It isn't that hard if you just take your time..
I just went and looked at a short action I have and forgot the action is also milled slightly along the trigger to allow the tab to move up into the bolt. Still easy to have done. I also have the early safety from it if you wanted to swap. I dont care for the lock myself... Just pm me an addy if you want it...
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