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Norrell 10-22 bolt question

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Paperman, Mar 9, 2020.

  1. Paperman

    Paperman Member

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    View attachment 897919 I was looking at a few things to make my new Ruger a bit better shooting. That lead to better barrels, that lead to triggers, that lead to bolts and so on until I found a few videos on bolt bounce. Falling in the rabbit hole of the internet I found Norells anti bounce bolt. I get the just of it but noticed one thing that is different and in don’t know why. Toward the rear left side is a rounded notch. I thought it might have to do with his trigger packs but it appears they don’t add anything to the rear. Can anyone explain what the notch is for?

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  2. MachIVshooter

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    Anti-bounce weights are necessary for making a 10/22 run full auto, but I don't see how it would help with accuracy.

    If you're asking about the radiused cut at the rear of the bolt, that is factory, present on all 10/22 bolts. The radiused cut on the bottom about mid-bolt is related to full auto function.
     
  3. Paperman

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    Thank you, I found other pictures the explain why the cut is in the bottom of the bolt. I have other bolt questions but they don't fit this sub forum.
     
  4. Paperman

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    Thank you, I found other pictures the explain why the cut is in the bottom of the bolt. I have other bolt questions but they don't fit this sub forum.
     
  5. jmorris

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    In the photo you posted you can see the spring but not the plunger that sticks out of the top, that sticks up into the notch in the bolt, when closed.

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