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select energy forearm

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by jbmOU, Jul 5, 2007.

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  1. jbmOU

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    Does anyone know how to tighten the forearm on a winchester select energy?
     
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  4. Old Cowboy

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    Yes, I do---------there's a setscrew in the fore-end iron that's adjusted with an allen wrench. You must remove the forend iron from the wood to get to the back side of the setscrew. The setscrew contacts the back side of the lug on the bottem of the barrels. Let me know if you'd like more detailed instructions?

    John C. Saubak
     
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    Thanks for the information. Yes, I would like more detailed instructions. I tried to take the forearm iron out before and was unsuccessful. Is the forearm coming loose a common thing with these guns? Thanks
     
  6. rscotty

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    Mine is as tight as it was when new with several thousand rounds through it.
     
  7. jbmOU

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    I got it tightened and put loc-tite (sp?) on it, so it shouldn't come loose again.
     
  8. Old Cowboy

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    Sounds like you got the job done and are no longer in need of more detailed instructions jbmOU ? Assuming it was the adjusting setscrew that you put the loc-tite on, that should take care of it.

    John C. Saubak
     
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    Yes, I got it and it was the set screw that I put the loc-tite on. Thank you
     
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