.410 bolt action how it works?


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Old 07-20-2014, 04:19 PM   #1
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Stevens model 58 B
How does the bolt lock? (I dont see any locking lugs..)
When do the extractors exactly grab the cartridge?
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Exploded view if that helps.


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Stevens model 58 B
How does the bolt lock? (I dont see any locking lugs..)
When do the extractors exactly grab the cartridge?
The single locking lug is at the base of the bolt handle. The extractors snap over the rim of the hull when the bolt is closed.
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The single locking lug is at the base of the bolt handle. The extractors snap over the rim of the hull when the bolt is closed.
Yep, what he said. .410 is not a super hot shotgun load and doesn't require multiple heavy locking lugs.
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.410 is not a super hot shotgun load and doesn't require multiple heavy locking lugs.
Spot on.
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The bolt locks by the handle in a slot in the receiver !...................



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