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Old 11-24-2011, 03:44 PM   #111
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If I were to put a scope on my model 425 what is recommended
for type base and rings to utilize

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Old 12-30-2011, 11:37 PM   #113
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Got one in .30-30 today. Serial # 200X.
Cocking bar (pc that fits in hole on lever) is busted.
Need a pic of one, and or overall length measurement to make a new one.
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It's not a 30-30, it's a 30 Rem, don't go putting 30-30 shells in it.

Can you see the piece you need here?

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Got one in .30-30 today. Serial # 200X.
What is the complete serial number? 200X doesn't help our research at all.

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It said 30-30 Rem so I figured it wasn't the Winchester rimmed offering.
The part is # 7.
Need overall length, broke I think right at the step on opp side from stud (3/5 of length to lever attachment remaining).
Too bad it's not a 35 rem or I'd use it for deer next yr (trimmed to legal length).
How cool would it be to kill a deer with a 100yr old gun that isn't very common?

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Not my gun, so am not fully telling of serial #.
If it was a .35 I'd be all over it. Pretty cool little machine.

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Not my gun, so am not fully telling of serial #.
If it was a .35 I'd be all over it. Pretty cool little machine.
Since you are posting on this forum, I am sure you are aware that we are trying to research just how many of these scarce rifles were made. Posting a serial number with a "X" in it, is NO HELP AT ALL, regardless of who owns the gun. We do not attach anyone's name to our list of serial numbers and calibers.

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Darn, sorry Hookeye, don't have part #7, thought I did.

I've got a barrel here in awesome shape in 30 Rem if he ever needs a new barrel for it.

I also have a couple in 35 Rem here, one is getting a new stock set put on it and I'm not sure what I'm gonna do with the other. If it becomes a parts rifle I'll keep you in mind. If I can take the stock off and get a set of calipers inside the frame I might be able to get some pics and a measurement.

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Inside the frame?

I bet the cocking bar (#7) is the same for all.

If so then the finger lever pivot screw is all that holds the finger lever and part #7 in the gun.

Probably need to be careful in removing it. Pull the screw, drop lever down so the part of it that goes along bolt is free and probably move the assembly down and fwd to get #7 to clear without bonking it.

Don't think any stock removal necessary. I did take the one off my bud's rifle easy enough (both stock and finger lever assembly). He needs to graft a bit of wood as his has a chunk missing along tang at top (one side).

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