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Taking apart a Nylon 66

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Catshooter, Nov 21, 2012.

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  1. Catshooter

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    I've pulled the three screws that are on the outsides of the action. The sheet metal cover that is the 'receiver' will lift slightly, but that's as far as I can get her to go.

    Help?


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    Indeed that did help, thanks. I thought the bolt handle must come out but it was a bit reluctant, so I was too. Wasn't sure if it came out with the bolt forward or what. But that video did it. Thanks again.


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    You're welcome. These sites are great. Sometimes I search for stuff and draw blank & someone will know what to look for.

    Great little .22. Mine has been going strong since the 60's if i RC when dad got it. I actually took mine apart at about age 12 or a little older & couldn't get it back together. There was no Utube or Google then. It took me weeks to figure it out before my dad found out.
     
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