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Old 01-12-2014, 09:59 PM   #1
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Default filler screw size??

i have a h&r pardner pump, while cleaning i noticed on top of my receiver that one of the screws were gone that fill the holes for the scope base. what size are the screws, i would like to get a few to have on hand. thanks



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on most guns it is 6-48. a few are 8-40.



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on most guns it is 6-48. a few are 8-40.
which is larger, these i have look small. thanks
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the 8-40 is larger

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A set of filler screws can't cost that much. The screws can be shipped in a regular letter envelope. Why not just order a set of screws from H&R? You will likely spend more on gas trying to find the screws locally.

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i have a h&r pardner pump, while cleaning i noticed on top of my receiver that one of the screws were gone that fill the holes for the scope base. what size are the screws, i would like to get a few to have on hand. thanks
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