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stock bolts ...K-gun and P-gun

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by vdt, Jun 18, 2010.

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  1. vdt

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    how close are the stock bolts in a K-gun and a P-gun
     
  2. Gabe

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    I think they will pretty much interchange. Krieghoff and Perazzi wrenches will fit either one.
     
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    They are both 5mm. Length may be different. Bulge.
     
  4. Michael Gregory

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    Gabe is correct, they both have the same head and threads, and are actually 6mm I believe, not 5mm. The threads are actually 6mm x1 metric threads. This seems to be common to almost all European shotguns, with the only exception being that Beretta has a larger head for whatever reason, and needs their tool for it. The threads and shaft are the same also though. As far as length, Krieghoff has a length of 5.495" (OK, call it 5.5") and Perazzi has a length of 5.095" (5.1"). Krieghoff does tend to have a stack of washers on their bolts though, which, if I remember right looks like about 0.4", give or take. so you can probably interchange them with some judicious addition or subtraction of washers. Just make sure that there is a lock washer of some kind on there, particularly if you remove the stack of washer's from the k-bolts. I am pretty sure that this is one of their functions. I hope this helps! Mike
     
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    The Krieghoff stock bolts are different lengths for the K-80 and the Model 32. Watch which one you are comparing. Bulge.
     
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    <blockquote>"Gabe is correct, they both have the same head and threads, and are actually 6mm I believe, not 5mm."</blockquote>

    Both bolts are removed/replaced using a 5 mm Allen hex wrench.

    MK
     
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    I'm sorry, you were talking about the 5mm hex wrench to remove the bolts, and I was talking about the 6 mm threads on the bolts, my bad! We are both correct ... it is a 6 mm bolt, and standard 6 mm socket head bolts will always need a 5 mm hex wrench to remove them. As I said above, Beretta is the exception and has 6 mm bolts made that take a 6 mm wrench to remove them. Mike
     
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    I'm sorry, you were talking about the 5mm hex wrench to remove the bolts, and I was talking about the 6 mm threads on the bolts, my bad! We are both correct ... it is a 6 mm bolt, and standard 6 mm socket head bolts will always need a 5 mm hex wrench to remove them. As I said above, Beretta is the exception and has 6 mm bolts made that take a 6 mm wrench to remove them. Mike
     
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    I'm sorry, you were talking about the 5mm hex wrench to remove the bolts, and I was talking about the 6 mm threads on the bolts, my bad! We are both correct ... it is a 6 mm bolt, and standard 6 mm socket head bolts will always need a 5 mm hex wrench to remove them. As I said above, Beretta is the exception and has 6 mm bolts made that take a 6 mm wrench to remove them. Mike
     
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    By the way on the very early Krieghoffs serial # under 5oo some bolts used a slotted screwdriver for removal and not a 5mm hex. I have one of those bolts. Bulge.
     
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    Hey Bulge, were those 6 mm also??? I could be wrong, but I was thinking that they may have been smaller in thread size also, but I don't remember. Mike
     
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    Perazzi bolt is 5 mm Hex. like most European shotguns, while Beretta is 6 mm.

    Perazzi stock bolt also come in different length too. They can be 0.25~0.5" off from each other.
     
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    Same thread. Bulge.
     
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