Replacing Parts - Sears Modle 6C

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by nmoyer, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. nmoyer

    nmoyer New Member

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    Hello All,

    My old man has recently passed along an old Sears Roebucks Modle 6C (Canada) semi-auto .22 LR. I have shot it at the range mulitple times and it always has has atleast one FTF and/or stovepipe within 10 rds. I have stripped down, cleaned like crazy, and re-assmbled more then once with no change!

    I would really like to get this rifle functioning great and will be replacing some parts. It appears that it uses the same parts from a Savage Model 64. Is this correct?

    What parts should I purchase? I am currently looking to buy...
    -Magazine
    -Extractor
    -Extractor Pin
    -Extractor Spring
    -Ejector
    -Firing Pin
    -Hammer Spring
    -Bolt Spring

    What else would you purchse or not purchase?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Neil
     
  2. stalkingbear

    stalkingbear Well-Known Member

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    If it's not feeding I'd suggest buying a magazine or 3 and a recoil spring. The other parts you listed have nothing to do with the feeding problem.
     

  3. jpattersonnh

    jpattersonnh Active Member

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  4. nmoyer

    nmoyer New Member

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    I have been looking at e-gunparts.com and I was planning to purchase from them. I will purchase mulitple magazines and the recoil spring you suggested, but will the ejector parts help with the stove piping?

    I have used several different types of ammo (CCI Minimags, CCI Standards, Remington Golds (bulk), and Federal Bulk) and the issue seems to be the same with them all.

    I did read it was a Winchester Cooey 64/64B, but I also read it was a Savage Modle 64. I have had more luck finding parts for the Savage Model.
     
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  5. jpattersonnh

    jpattersonnh Active Member

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    Winchester and Savage are very different. If your rifle is a 6c, then it is a Cooey. You can buy parts for the Savage, but I doubt they would fit and may make a dangerous combination.
     
  6. nmoyer

    nmoyer New Member

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    I will try to get some picture posted this weekend. The rifle is in great condition for its age. It was passed from my grandfather to my father, and now from my father to me. Is there a way to find out when this rifle was made? If so, how?
     
  7. jpattersonnh

    jpattersonnh Active Member

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    I have the info! ;) Trust me. Oh Sh!t am I running for office! I really do have the info.
     
  8. nmoyer

    nmoyer New Member

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    What you need to get the info? Is there a serial or vin # that would provide that info?
     
  9. masterPsmith

    masterPsmith New Member

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    I'm showing the Sears Mod. 6-C to be a Winchester Mod. 490, .22 rimfire, 5 shot mag, 22" barrel,folding sight, checkered one piece stock, manufactured 1975 to 1980. (Blue Book)


    Jim.....................
     
  10. nmoyer

    nmoyer New Member

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    Thank you Jim...but the 6C I have was made in Canada so it is not the Winchester Mod. 490 (made that mistake when buy a new magazine). Mine is apparently the Winchester Mod. 64/64B
     
  11. nmoyer

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    Pics!!!

    Hello all,

    As promised I have some pictures for you all.

    Pics include...
    -Pardner Protector 12 gauge shotgun
    -Savage Pump 30-30
    -Sears Roebucks Model 6C .22LR
    -Remington .22 LR pump
    -CZ P-07 Duty 9mm

    Enjoy..
     

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