Bolt Action Rifles

Bolt Action Rifles

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Before purchasing a modern sporting rifle there are many things to consider. This updated and expanded edition of Bolt Action Rifles contains the information readers need to speak intelligently to gunsmiths, and understand their suggestions and objections. Contains years of thoroughly researched information, such as technical descriptions, instructions for takedown/disassembly, hints for reworking, and dimensional specifications of every major design manufactured since the Mauser of 1871. This massive reference also contains a remarkable amount of historical and general information clearly written, not without an occasional touch of humor, and detailed assembly drawings of featured rifles with individual reviews of the action, safety, and firing mechanism. Suitable not only for the professional and amateur gunsmith, but also for any hunter or collector who wishes to gain a more thorough understanding of his gun, and anyone who contemplates acquiring a new one. bull; Coverage includes most of the major military and civilian rifle actions bull; Features updated and expanded informationintegral hinge pin which fits into a matching hole milled into the right front side of the receiver. ... Place the safety in the upright position and, with the rear of the bolt sleeve resting on an edge of the work-bench, give a sharp rap to the safety with a hammer handle and it will snap out. ... The barrel has a right-hand thread, but do not attempt to remove it from the receiver unless you have the proper tools.

Title:Bolt Action Rifles
Author:Frank De Haas, Wayne Zwoll
Publisher:Krause Publications - 2003-10-31


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