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Remington Nylon 76

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Cain R, Dec 1, 2004.

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  1. Cain R

    Cain R Member

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    Help! A customer brought in a Nylon 76 Lever action. Seems his "kids" ;) took it apart and of course can't get it back together. Well after four days and almost 12 hours at the bench, well, ummm, neither can I :confused: Just spent the past 2 hours searching google with no luck for an online reassembly manual. I have the parts schematic, BUT the POS has to be assembled in a very specific manner for it to function. Anyone have any links for an online manual??? :banghead: :barf: :uhoh: :eek: :scrutiny:
     
  2. dfariswheel

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    Re-post this in Harley Nolden's forum up a few.

    I know he had Remington Nylon 66 instructions.
     
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    I was actually the threadstarter on the thread mentioned...I will look around on my hard drive and see if I can find the file. It is a huge file -- can you receive a large graphic attachment?
     
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    You might try rimfirecentral.com(I think thats it) in the remington forum.Several nylon owners over there.
     
  5. JohnBT

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    Mr. Nolden has the field service manual. I know because my uncle took his 76 completely apart the day after I gave it to him. :)

    I still have a copy on a computer at home I believe. As best I remember it's a monster file with almost 40 pages. Lots and lots of parts...but you knew that already.

    John
     
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    I have the Field Service Manual, but it's 5 MB and requires a free copy of Adobe Acrobat. You're looking at about a 30-minute download on dial-up. Send me an e-mail (my e-mail is in my Profile) if you want me to send a copy as an attachment.

    I tried to attach it this post, but there's a 2 MB limit and winzip wouldn't shrink it enough.

    John
     
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