Remington® Bolt Disassembly Tool
Hey youtube nc shootist here did a video. A couple weeks back i think it was on. The Remington 760 game master disassemblies. And reassembly and i had a viewer comment hey why don't you show us how the bolt of the 760 comes apart and goes. Back together so i figured i would show that process to you today so getting. Started what we'll need a small hammer you might. Need a big hammer if your vote is stubborn like mine was the first time i. Took it apart a small little computer. Type screwdriver a one-eighth inch punch. It's good to have a magnetic part straight just make sure nothing gets lost a pair of needle nose pliers and of. Course your bolt so let's go ahead and. Get started and when we look at the bolt. You can see that there are two small pins there's a smaller one on this side. And a larger one on the other side that. Hold the actual bolt into the carrier. Alright so if you look there are some. Channels cut into the bolt and we can. See that little pin that sticks through the bolt carrier into the bolt so first. Think we want to do is take our small computer screwdriver okay, and we'll get. In there and push those pins up first. Okay and then we'll take our needle nose pliers, and we'll pull that smaller pin. Out go ahead and set it on our tray well. The pliers won't let go of it okay now. We'll move on to the bigger one on the other side you can see it here take out. Screwdriver again push that one up just. Enough to be able to grab it with the. Pliers okay. We'll take that larger pen and set it aside and now the bolt will come free. From the carrier okay, so we'll go ahead and set the our bolt aside all right now. I'm not going to take the extractor out because there's a focus you can see. There's a small pin in there that holds. The extractor plunger and i don't have a. Punch that's that size, so we'll leave it. In there for now the only part left is. The firing pin okay and you can see focus alright you can. See there's a small little pin that. Holds the firing pin in so the firing pin has a slot cut in it so what we'll. Need to do is chuck this up in a vise. And I'll show you how to drift this pin. Out so it's its hard to do the first time but once you get the hang of it's not too bad so let me get the vise. Set up, and then we'll drift that pin out okay I've got our bolt carrier chucked. Into my vise and what I'll do is use. Some softwood some pine or something. Leave the front lugs of the bolt carrier. Sticking out past the wood blocks. And then chuck where the pin goes. Through make sure that's in contact with the wood blocks so you get a nice. Solid contact alright and I've already. Started this pin a little bit so we'll just drift it the rest of the way out so. Take your punch. And just drift that pin out okay and it. Just dropped on the floor but no big deal well we'll get it later all right. So what we'll do is take the bolt. Carrier back out of the vise okay and. You can see once i take the firing pin. Out there's that notch that lines up. With the hole in the bolt carrier all. Right so the reassembly process is. Just the reverse and one thing to. Mention before we get back to the reassembly you can see in my bolt. Carrier I've got a 760 and it's the. Model a dl which has the chequered. The checkering cut into the stock and. The four in so the later Remington's. Have a firing pin spring that sits down. In the bolt carrier okay if you've got. One of the earlier 760 s i believe they. Do not have a firing pin spring so. That's one thing to notice if you open yours up and you've got an early model of 760 and it doesn't have a firing pin. Spring that's the way it's supposed to. Be so don't panic if you've got an. Early one and you don't see a firing pin spring all right so let's try to get. This guy back down in here okay we've. Got the firing pin spring back into. The bolt carrier and I've already started the pin that retains the. Firing pin and you'll notice this is the. The top of the bolt carrier so the pin. When you drift it out you want to drift. It from top to bottom and when you put it back in you want to go bottom to top okay so it's good to go ahead and get. That pin started you can see it there so. What we want to do is maybe back it out just a little bit. With a punch just enough to get the firing pin lined up okay go ahead and. Put your firing pin in and that notch. Will line up with the hole here let's. See if we can get some daylight through here see if you can see that okay so you. Can see there's that notch in the firing pin, so we'll move it out of the way and. We'll start our pin from the bottom okay and that will at least line everything. Up so we can get it set back in the bolt. Carrier okay so we'll go back to our. Vise all right we'll take our eighth. Inch punch. We'll just drift that pin back in there. Okay so you can see that pin is now set. Back into the bolt carrier the firing. Pin is secure but it's also free to. Move around that's what you want you don't want the firing pin to be stuck forward because if it is once you go to. Close the action you're gonna have a slam fire and that's what you don't want so make sure you're firing pins nice and free okay there's the large hole. That was on the side of the carrier. And you'll notice the actual bolt. You have two different size channels you've got a smaller one and a larger. One okay so obviously the larger one is. Gonna line up with the larger holes okay. So we take our pins that we set aside in. Our tray i will take the larger one. And we'll get it started into the. Bolt carrier body okay we'll line up the channel and. Just push it in with your thumb now if. You have trouble just take your punch and kind of give it an extra little push but it should go in pretty freely so if. It's not going in freely don't force it and try to figure out what's causing it to bind up all right, so we take out. Smaller one just push it in with your. Thumb and there you have it there's your. Disassembled and reassemble bolt for the. 760 game master so i appreciate you. Watching if this video was helpful give it a thumbs up thank you guys for watching god bless we'll see you next time.
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