There was a small lug on the bottom forward part of the safety lever that engaged into a small hole at the rear of the bolt handle area that locked the bolt when the safety was in the “SAFE” position. Your extractor bit may have special instructions on how deep to drill the hole. A Look at Gunsmithing Improvements ; As time passes us by, scope side mounts are now becoming orphans at sporting goods dealers AND distributors alike, making them hard to find for the gun enthusiast who does not have connections. The bolt was not hitting my scope mount screws nor the rear of the barrel. If you would hit the bolt handle HARD with the palm of your hand, the jar seemed to force things enough for the bolt to be closed. One of the most frustrating things to happen while working on vehicles or old furniture is having a rusted bolt or screw snap while trying to remove it.
That being said, there is a technique to using it, but once you figure it out, it may become your favorite way to remove a cork so you can reinsert it later and save yourself from having to use a stopper. This device has a center screw that pushes down through a metal circle into the cork. Slotting out a screw is great – long live the dremel! If your careful the threads will peel out that way. Sometimes a flat-bladed screwdriver will be the right size to force into a hex-head (as per Puthless Bunny’s list). Or if the person who reassembles it does not understand the pivoting ejector on the 30-30 or early 222 Remingtons whereby the spring needs to be positioned right when reassembly. It seems that this spring loaded pivoting lever in the front of the gas shield gets depressed as the bolt head slides into the rear opening of the locking lug area.
The early Stevens models 325 & 325 B, they apparently had a shallower recess in the receiver where the top front and the rear corners of the magazine go into. These recesses in the receiver act as a upper stop for the magazine. You may have to lightly file off the stop pads on the new magazines. I have several pairs of plastic ones, the good ones aren’t cheap but they’re perfect for handling delicate parts such as the iris. Tip: The bathroom is important and used lots, make sure it looks good and is hard wearing. A good gunsmith can improve it, but don’t expect miracles. After re-barreling it and firing a hundred rounds or so thru it, the bolt later became hard to close. Not an ideal situation with no rear mounting screws, but if made sturdy enough & close fitting to the radius of the receiver, then using the larger 8-40 scope mount screws, it functions well, is less cumbersome than the side mount and this uses regular commonly available Weaver style top rings. Below is a custom machined steel top scope mount base that I came up with which utilizes 3 mounting screws on the front receiver ring.
Many of the newer sporting goods stores hire younger employees have never even heard, much less seen one of these models & have no clue as to scope mounting requirements. It is best to when inserting the metal back into the stock to have the bolt at least open. These magazines are made of thin stamped out then bent sheet metal that have the feed lips formed on the top of the magazines. The safety lever was a pivoting sheet metal stamping on the RH side of the receiver that was FIRE when the lever was UP, and SAFE when it was rotated down. The rear tail of the spring needs to be so it lays in the receiver slot and not become bound up or bent as the metal is inserted back into the stock. How it works: If you’ve torn up the head of a bolt that sits above its installation surface, you can cut a new slot with a hacksaw, then use a slot-drive bit to unscrew it.
You may be able to even out the screw head with a small file or a pointed grinding-stone in a dremel-tool (small high-speed hand-held grinder) then center-punch and drill. First, assemble the round wire brush, extension rod, and electric drill to make your cleaning tool. Convenience: The last main factor I considered was how convenience – how straightforward each tool is to use. In cutting the lip off the bolt face, just use a Dremel tool with a part off stone and grind this lip down flush with the bolt face up to the slot for the extractor shank. Screw heads, especially the ones with a single slot for a flat screwdriver, are not as tough as they appear. As in most common screw extractors, a pilot hole is drilled then hammering in a tapered, four-sided piece of hardened steel that attempts to grip the inside of the drilled hole. Drill a hole down the center. Make sure your drill is set to turn left when you start drilling. What would it take to make a cabin?