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    remington mod34

    got given a couple of 22s aparently they ocasionaly misfire i think ive got one sorted does anyone know how to take the bolt apart on above rifle giving it a good clean out and check the firing pin spring will be a good start i think cheers nd

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    There's videos on YouTube

    https://youtu.be/V9Xi0qviv0g

    And one on his channel for reassembly. But it's a 341 model

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    yea different bolt

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    Damn, sweet old gun.
    No Direct experience but I'm guessing you're going to drive out some tapered pins. Direction should be fair obvious.

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    Looks very similar to a lithgow .22 bolt. you should be able to see most of the guts, and check protrusion without dismantling. Not that dismantling will do any harm. Stretch and re-temper the spring.

    Pin #44 should get the cocking handle off. Pin#30 should split the internals.
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    looks a little bit different theres one pin at the rear of the bolt ill take it out and see what happens its got a weird cartrige lifter system in it and they are supposed to be pretty accurate just need to mod the mags on them but want to see if they work ok first

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    my suggestion - I have a Mod 34 and several Mod 341s - is to squirt the bolt liberally with electrical contact cleaner , or brake cleaner , blow it out with compressed air , repeat if needed . Dont take the bolt apart unless you know how to put it back together again.

    My guess is the whole mechanism needs a damn good clean - the loading mechanism for the Model 34 is amazing .
    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    got it apart wasnt hard but will need to make a slave pin to get it back together could do with a firing pin spring its a but fuked from someone not putting it back together properly at some stage its a cool desighn tho

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    Again no direct experience with these, but you can probably get it crosswise in a vice or with an f-clamp to drive pins back in.
    If you can't find a spring they're not hard to wind and can be tempered with a plumbers torch.

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    so got it apart and back together read about using a slave pin that idea was shit so made a tool for assembling it so if anyone is taking one apart ive got a tool you can use

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    so got it apart and back together read about using a slave pin that idea was shit so made a tool for assembling it so if anyone is taking one apart ive got a tool you can use
    What sort of tool is it and how'd you design it. Very interesting

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    its pretty easy we do it a lot at work just make it up in your head and make it basicly just a rod with a u shaped cut in the end of it so you can compress the firing pin spring and insert the retaining pin without wrecking the spring
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