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Rem 600 bolt removal

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by thomis, Aug 27, 2010.

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  1. thomis

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    Need help
    whats the trick?
     
  2. Bobarino

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    I don't know about a 600, but if that was a type-o and you meant 700, there's a little silver button in the trigger guard, in front of the trigger in the "ceiling" of the trigger guard. push it up and pull the bolt out.
     
  3. eastbank

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    on the rear left reciever where the bolt enters is where the release is. you will need a thin screw driver ot blunt knife blade and you you have to push down on the release tab between the bolt body and reciever as you withdraw the bolt,it a little tricky. but once you do it you will be ok. eastbank.
     
  4. thomis

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    No, Bobarino, not a typo. It's a Remington Model 600 Mohawk. Circa 1971, I believe. I'm having a hard time removing the bolt. But I will look for the release you're talking about eastbank.
    thomis
     
  5. husker

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    pull the bolt almost all the way back slip a butter knife in like east bank said & hold the button down & pull the bolt out. GOD I LOVE my Mohawk 600 :)
     
  6. thomis

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    I love mine as well! It's in .243. I don't have it scoped right now. It carries so well this way and I can shoulder it and hit a bowling pin at hundred yards like clockwork. They are just damn good rifles.
     
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