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Old 03-31-2010, 01:08 AM   #11
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The Remington 5teen family is one of my favorites.

I have a 511 and a 513.
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:26 PM   #12
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Does anyone know where to find an instruction manual for this? I need to disassemble it to clean it.
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Does anyone know where to find an instruction manual for this? I need to disassemble it to clean it.
gotta request one from remington. they evidently dont keep manuals online for ones they no longer make.

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Will this help

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that's great. Thanks!
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The 514 is a good little rifle - picked mine up for $150 at a local Gun/Pawn Shop. They had two - I later went back for the other - it had a different stock - but it was gone.
One thing though - many have worn extractors. I replaced mine and it's been 100% since. Numrich has them fairly cheap, and it takes a couple minutes to swap out.
Mine isn't grooved for a scope - later ones might be. The scope grooves were introduced in '54 or '55. I did put an old Marlin aperture sight on mine. I love peep sights!
The 514 is NOT anything like the rest of the 5-teen series - totally different animal. So, I also have the 512X and the 521T Junior Target rifles. The 512X has a bent barrel, but still shoots tight! I just have to keep the rear sight all the over to one side......
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Where can I find parts for this? I was taking it apart and the safety and main spring went flying.
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You might want to look in the most remote spot on the property. If you let the spring and saftey get away and you have the breakdown, you should take it to the smith. Only God and Remington knows what else is AWOL.
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Look on the Numrich website. If they don't have it, then it becomes a Google Search adventure.
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