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    Mod 04 .22short winchester

    I have an family heir loom but its not in the best of shape
    Im lookin to restore it back to its former glory could use any old parts or advice or thoughts with what n were to start?????
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    Whats the rifling like? does the bolt still work?
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    id need to clean it first to be able to tell it probably hasnt been fired in 35+ yrs and its missing an the extractor
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    If the rifling is screwed then I dont know what you would want to do but if its fine it shouldnt be hard to clean up, not sure about the stock could try make a new one but maybe if you took the oil out of it you may be able to glue it back together.
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    Looks great as is, I personally wouldn't change a thing other than give it a good clean/oil.

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    im hopeing to get it back too workin order if poss
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    Quote Originally Posted by geezejonesy View Post
    im hopeing to get it back too workin order if poss
    That's cool. I imagine a Winchester cooey or Slazenger/lithco .22 would have similar parts that could be used to replace missing extractor??? You can pick those old single shot .22's up for $30 - $50.

    The rust will come off with steel wool soaked in CRC or similar. Depending on how far you wanted to take it you could do a cold blue job for about $20 or get it done properly for about $100. The stock is fucked, but this would be very easy to re-make. The inletting is only one run of the router all the way through...you couldn't get an easier stock to make.

    It would look a million dollars when done, and if itís of sentimental value it would be worth it.

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    Interesting trigger guard

    If you are keen to keep the stock I could fix that for ya or talk you through it. Do you know for certain what wood it ?

    Any damage other than the diagonal crack and the missing bit top right of the fore-end?

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    Get it mil spec'd, put a McM EDGE stock on it, bed it, true the action, get a lightened firing pin, Jewel trigger, fit a Kriger gain twist barrel bored out to 22LR-AI, fit a S&B PMII and a T2 brake. You're away laughing

 

 

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