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Remington model 24

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by LJH, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. LJH

    LJH Well-Known Member

    I am having a tough time disassembling a Remington model 24. I have the stocks and barrel off, but cant figure out how break it down any further. Any help would be great.

  2. LJH

    LJH Well-Known Member

    umm ok, nevermind

    well I figgured it out. Its just a tiny bit odd, push the trigger guard forward towards to barrel. :what: not how it looks like it should work.
  3. Jim K

    Jim K Well-Known Member

    That rifle is just about identical to the Browning .22 auto and disassembles the same way. Once the barrel is off, remove the magazine inner tube. Then push the trigger guard forward and hold back the bolt at the same time and the trigger guard should move forward and then down at the rear and out of the receiver. If you remove the breechblock and parts, make note of how they came out so you can get them back in. That amount of disassembly should be enough for cleaning; I don't recommend any further disassembly.

  4. LJH

    LJH Well-Known Member

    Thanks Jim, this rifle was the dirtiest gun I have ever seen. Got it back together and it runs much better now.
  5. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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