How does the bolt on a Cooey 64B come apart?
It should come apart like any other bolt action rifle pull up and back
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aprox 275.00 to 300.00 Try 1/2 of that. A pristine one might fetch $200 to $225. Most $100 to $150 depending upon which magazine it has (plastic or steel) The plastic magazine…s used on the early models are very difficult to find and if you do find one, there is a good chance it will be cracked and worn and the gun will not cycle properly.
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Try a simple propane torch first. If that will not work you may have to try a acetylene torch.
The bolt goes all the way in. You can see the space that is left by the loaded percuter. When you'll shoot you'll see that the gap will close.
look 4 Savage Lakefield Mark #1 bolt action After the bolt is removed from the gun using prior instructions about bolt removal,you will first drive out the pin that you see …going through the side of the rear part of the bolt.After the pin is removed,pull the bolt apart,you will be pulling against an internal spring.When you see enough of the rod where the front and rear bolt portions are coming apart clamp,not too tightly a small pair of vice grips onto the exposed rod.Now clamp a pair of vice grips onto the rear of the bolt on the knurled portion.Rock both vice grips opposite directions while pulling bolt apart and rod will come out of rear bolt portion.Now you are left with the front bolt portion which contains a special nut,a spring,and a firing pin.If you look carefully around the rod as in enters the front bolt portion you will notice a tiny notch on each side.You will have to make a tool that resembles a screwdriver with a piece of steel tubing for a shaft with two prongs on it to engage the two notches on the special nut.Unscrew the nut and the nut,rod and spring will come out.Now to remove the firing pin,drive in the tiny pin that holds it in place,or what I do is drive the firing pin into the bolt from the front and this shears the very tiny pin and I replace it with another.Use a finishing nail or what ever works for you.I used a tool mechanics used to remove the points on old Chevrolet distributors and modified it with a dremel tool to use on the special nut.
First remove the barrel action by unscrewing the only bolt that attaches it to stock.Then loosen the1/2 nut that hold the magazine in place, this will allow the magazine to rr…elease fom the bolt. Lastly, pull the bolt backwards and when it stops, squeeze the trigger so it will depress the sear. the bolt is now out.
. to remove the bolt on this model you must lower the tube assembly,there is a screw under the stock, remove stock first.
if you want it to be it is semi auto
$125.00 in good condition.
savage arms they still make this rifle its called the model 64. there are a few varients of it. this question has been anwsered befor please read existing post befor starting …a double.
Try gun shows, want ads, gun shops,.
Try gun shops, gun shows, pawn shops, want ads.
Try want ads, pawn shops, gun show, gun shops
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Best left to a gunsmith
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Clean it. Try different ammunition. If neither works, find a gunsmith
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Best course of action is to find a local gunshop and ask for help.