I"m a Gunsmith, so Prints and Pictures Mean things. If something isn"t correct, then I have to figure out what is. John from UK answered my question as to it being a Correct Sequence, but I corrected the Picture to remove any doubt. I figured Misleading or Misprinted Info should be corrected.
Problem #1) Getting a Bolt #2 is Proper Headspace. in reply to s19438, 09-18-2012 10:36:41
Locating the Bolt will be the hardest part. Granted, as a "Pre 64" gun, you would want to retain it"s collectibility, but the Firearm could have a "Newer" Bolt installed, but it would need a Cone Breach conversion done to the Barrel. The Pre-64 models had a Sloped Front on the Bolt. The newer models don"t have that. To make up the area and to Headspace it correctly, it would need this done. Sorry for the Bad news. Keep Looking for that bolt.
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