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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by rustyh547, Apr 12, 2011.

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  1. rustyh547

    rustyh547 TS Member

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    I earlier posted a Winchester Super x model 1 for sale I test fired it today and want to do a complete cleaning,but do not know how to remove the barrel any information would be appreciated Thanks!!!
     
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    Take off the magazine cap. Remove the forend. Open the bolt, and holding it back push the rellease button. As you move the bolt forward with one hand, pull the barrel off. this will alleviate any bind with the action bar.

    the barrel may be held back with residue and need a little force to get it moving.

    HM
     
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    What HM said except. First thing is pull bolt back till it locks open, making sure no shell is in the gun. Next take off the fore end completely. Then, and this is the difference from HM push the bolt close button and let it go home without restraint. Rarely do you have to do this twice. Open the bolt again and the barrel will be somewhat out of the receiver so you can simply pull the barrel straight out. bob
     
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