how do i remove stock?

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  1. Doc

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    i have a bolt action rifle with a broken stock.
    i want to replace the stock.
    Which of the trigger guard screws do i remove?

    thanks
     
  2. Dale Taylor

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    If itis a Mauser or clone both.
     
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    I would guess all of them barring any detailed information and considering that you want to replace the entire stock.
     
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    it's a New UltraLight Arms Model 28.
    the sling stud broke free (lots of rounds fired off a bipod)

    it is my understanding that ONLY ONE of the trigger guard
    screws is to be removed, in order to not change the
    alignment of the action/point of impact
     
  5. dmay

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    Maybe I don't understand what you're asking, but...
    If you're replacing the stock, you gotta take everything out of the old one and re-assemble in the new one....yes???...Can't be done without taking out all screws....right???
     
  6. 220_Swift

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    I would give them a call (Ultralight arms), and see what they have to say.
     
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    thanks for the assistance!
     
  8. Big Az Al

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    which Guard screw to remove stock?

    that very's from manufacturer.

    Most of them have ONE big headed screw, about where a high powered rifle front guard screw would be.

    If that does not release action, try the screw at the back of the trigger guard.

    The boltaction shotguns I have worked on only have the one screw.

    Al
     
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