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How do you disassemble the Marlin Glenfield Model 25 22 caliber rifle?

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2011-09-13 01:07:39
2011-09-13 01:07:39

I just did mine, because the handle is broken off the bolt. Remove the large screw at the back of the hole on the bottom for the clip. The whole works should separate from the stock. I don't know if this is the offical way, but it worked. Take the screw out of the trigger mechanism - mine had one screw and one pin - and let the piece with the long screw sticking into it slide forward a bit. There is room to get a screw driver between it and the receiver. Slide the screw driver in and pry the piece out a little. I guess it's the firing pin release. After it is out a little the bolt will slide out the back. I think I'm going to vee around the block the bolt handle goes through, put some tack welds around it and then mill around the block to square it up again. The hole stripped that the bolt screws into. It doesn't look like it was much to begin with. I never used this gun much because the bolt broke early on. Was cleaning out under the stairs and decided to try to fix it. It helps to have a nice mig welder and a milling machine at work.

AnswerThat is like turning left three times when you can simply turn right.

Open the bolt, pull the bolt to the rear until it stops. Pull the trigger and the bolt will slide out of the receiver. The large knurled screw on the bottom of the stock is the takedown screw - you will find it is slotted for a coin. Loosen that and the barrelled action will come loose from the stock. No need to take it down further.

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