05 November 2017

Odds And Ends

The Formerly Fugly Savage has some pretty worn parts in her bolt.

Brownell's to the rescue!

And on the cheap side.

$20 for a new wavy washer and cocking piece sleeve.  That should make the bolt cycle a bit smoother.

It was a known problem with the E series guns, I'm told by the internet (which would never lie to me).

The old cocking sleeve has its slot cut the whole length, the new part is a complete circle at the ends with a shorter slot for the sear button.

A new wavy washer lets the forward baffle move when you rotate the bolt, but not flop around and bind when you're pulling it back.

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