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Walther G22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Halagar, Feb 7, 2011.

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  1. Halagar

    Halagar Member

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    First Post here, though I've lurked for a few months so thanks for the replies in advance!

    I have tried the search function...but I don't seem to be able to find information. I have a Walther G22 Bullpup rifle that I bought about a year ago and have put probably 2000 rounds through.

    I had held off on disassembling and cleaning due to the complex nature of the takedown of this rifle. However this past weekend I was feeling guilty for not cleaning it...so figured it was time. It was needless to say fairly funky and gunky.

    That being said, I read the manual and was prepared that it would be difficult. The infamous springs do seem to have disappeared in the process and I have ordered some new ones from Walther.

    That being said, I would really love to find a parts diagram and/or a walkthrough for a total disassembly. The barrel and bolt desperately needed cleaning and this unfortunately isn't covered in the instructions. I'm not a total novice here, but I'll be damned if I can get the thing back together.

    Any help would be appreciated!!!

    Jake
     
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  3. Halagar

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    Ahhh the German Version of the manual does help at least with the parts diagram which the English version seems to lack. That being said, I have seen that walkthrough of the Field Stripping. That being said, it only goes so far as to show the removal of the breech assembly. I went a bit further as I took out the bolt from the receiver and am now trying to put it back together.

    It's by far the most complicated rifle I've taken apart. Getting the springs and the bolt back in has proved to be nigh on impossible.
     
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