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Winchester model 60A bolt disassembly

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by tercel89, Jan 14, 2010.

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  1. tercel89

    tercel89 Member

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    I have my grandfathers old Winchester Model 60A . It is a .22LR bolt action single shot . IT was made from 1933-1939 I believe .
    I have the bolt removed but need to take the bolt apart and not sure how to do it . Anyone know how ?
     
  2. tercel89

    tercel89 Member

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    anyone know ?
     
  3. Kaibabmountain

    Kaibabmountain Member

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    There is a pin located near the pull knob that must be driven out. Not the one located on the pull knob, but on the outer frame. It probably likes to be driven out only one direction. Unless you have a good reason to disassemble, I wouldn't. I have needed to before though.
     
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    The pin visable on the bolt holds the firing pin assembly in the bolt.
    Drift it out left to right.

    Inside the bolt is another pin that holds the firing pin assembly together.
    It can be drifted out left to right after the FP assembly is out of the bolt body.

    Be aware the FP spring will fly out and smack you upside the head when the second pin comes out.

    rc
     
  5. metromedic3417

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    Can a winchester 67 bolt be coverted to work in a model 60 winchester?
     
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