Never hurts to have a video camera going, or use the digital camera on your phone to snap step by step pictures. Well I don't know why I joined this site, nobody's been on here since If the bore is clean let it rip, then when you do the breakdown you can see what is rubbin if anythiing at all and slick it up a bit. Or you can settle for one of the. Disassembly of Marlin 8.
Marlin 336 advise please.
If I knew then what I know now about length of pull I would have never gotten rid of the rifle as I had spent time and money getting it setup for my uses. Originally Posted by RevolverGuy Hickok45 who is popular among shooters on youtube has a great video on takedown and cleaning a lever action. There is a connectivity error with Paypal and the site Thank you from the management. The best thing about it is that you don't need to disassemble the rifle at all. Now, the object is to press the retainer against the main spring and get the straight leg into the notch in the trigger plate. Brownells sells a fiberglass rinse tank that would handle any long arm made. Copyright c GunLoads.
Survival & Emergency Preparedness: Marlin Spare Parts Kit
Rate This Thread Excellent. There was, however, some surface rust in the bore. So in fact it's even easier to clean than Marlin. Loctite is specifically designed to be used where metal touches metal as in this application. Set the main spring and retainer aside. I scrubbed the bore with Remington Bore Cleaner and fortunately, the bore looked fairly clean and sharp. Liberal doses of Hoppes will help immensely.
After rubbing with the oiled steel wool I wiped off the part with a clean rag, sprayed with brake parts cleaner to remove any old oil and grease, then coated with Breakfree CLP. I sprayed brake parts cleaner down the bore and around the muzzle, then swabbed out the bore to thoroughly remove all traces of grit and lapping compound. This made the ends of the lands and grooves nice and sharp as you can see in the above photo. I did a good cleaning today on a It looked like someone had tried to replace the front sight with a higher one, which did not fit into the dovetail, or they may have removed the front sight to mount a scope, then tried to re-install it when they sold the rifle. My Henry 22 manual says it is not necessary to take the gun apart.