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Old 02-10-2014, 09:49 PM   #21
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numrich had stripper clips, not sure if they are still in stock. Stripper clips can be found on ebay from time to time. I use CLP to clean a 91/30 just like any other rifle. If you shoot milsurp ammo you need to flush the barrel with a water and ammonia mixture.

When you put the bolt back together there is a no go gauge built into the tear down tool that came with the rifle to set the firing pin. There is a tutorial on setting the firing pin and using the no go gauge here. http://www.milsurps.com/content.php
I would stay clear of ammonia, people think it is the ammonia in windex that neutralized corrosive salts. It is actually just the soap and water in it. Ammonia is as corrosive as the salts. It will remove blueing.

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Turkey baster and real hot water to get the primer salt out the hotter the water the better it dries quicker light oiling check your rifle after storing just to be sure its not rusting
They are a great rifle after market stocks are out there i keep my wood stock

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I don't really have any money for the tools, I spent all my money on the rifle itself. Does anyone know how far the pin is supposed to protrude from the back of the bolt? It should be easy to get it from estimating, the pin id made in such a way that the bit won't go together if you don't turn the pin right. Anyone know how far the pin protrudes from the back?

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The link I posted for you is Numrich- price for the entire accessory pack is $8.70. Does not matter how far pin protrudes out the back, it is how far out of the face of the bolt- and I gave you that measurement.

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The multi-tool is $10... It's a must have...

The protrusion is measured in 100ths of an inch, like C3 said, .07-.09, there's no way you can accurately guess at it's proper adjustment by eye...I've disassembled the bolts on these things so many times, I could do it in my sleep, and I still need the multi-tool to get the right length of the FP...

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Vincent- multi tool along with the other stuff is included in that $8.70 package from Numrich.

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Can't I just start with it protruding from the back as far as possible, so it impacts the primer as little as possible, and keep trying to shoot it, each failed shot adjusting it half a turn? It might be time consuming, but if it would work, then I'm happy with it. Would it work?

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Vincent- multi tool along with the other stuff is included in that $8.70 package from Numrich.
Gotcha Bossman... I didn't click that link...
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Can't I just start with it protruding from the back as far as possible, so it impacts the primer as little as possible, and keep trying to shoot it, each failed shot adjusting it half a turn? It might be time consuming, but if it would work, then I'm happy with it. Would it work?
Do you know what a hang fire is?

I wouldn't try that in 10 lifetimes...
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Do you know what a hang fire is?

I wouldn't try that in 10 lifetimes...
I have no idea what hang fire is.

So I take it that my idea would not work then?
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Do you know what a hang fire is?

I wouldn't try that in 10 lifetimes...
oh, never mind, now I get it. Yeah, not safe, but I'll figure it out. I'll just have to be careful. Or maybe I'll use a spent shell and measure on how deep it dents it. Better?
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