The Model 12 has a take down screw on the left side of the receiver and it allows separation of the firearm into 2 pieces. When you cock (pump it back) the entire breach block will then fall out. That's really all you want to take apart other then the magazine tube to clean. Also a BIG WARNING this breach is a little tricky to get back in until you get the hang of it. Turn the top half of the receiver upside down (cocked) and it drops with a little tinkering back into the metal arms as you slide the pump forward. (You have to have the breach block slid into the divot in the top of the receiver. Then pull the pump action back to meet it. There is a small button on the action that is stopped by the receiver now. Push that in and push the action into the receiver the rest of the way. This will engage the metal arms noted above with the breach block to pull it back correctly into the receiver when reassembled. There is a sliding piece that is part of the action inside thereceiver. You can see it easily near the receiver serial number. Make sure this is to the butt end of the rifle so it can engage with the butt half of the rifle. Now insert the butt end so that it covers the sliding piece mentioned in previous step and slide the butt and action into the receiver to lock back in place finishing with the retaining screw.)
It is quite simple if you can see it done. Not so simple to explain.
You can read or download a manual at http://stevespages.com/pdf/remington_572.pdf or you can go to Remington.com and request one.
You contact Remington customer service, and ask for an owner's manual for your rifle. Then read and follow the manual.
take bolt off
slide the spring to the 2nd hole and go from there
Ask a gunsmith for help
You need to find a good gunsmith
There is several you tube videos showing the procedure Aug 30, 2012.
http://www.cpdonline.com/692509.pdf Engine Manual
A Remington Model 700 chambered for the 7mm 08 cartridge would be a short action as the cartridge is based on the .308 Win.
Remington Model 12 barrels are threaded to the action. Barrels can be replaced with the proper equipment.
Model 58 is an automatic not a bolt action
No, the Remington Model 1100 stock has a hole (recepticle) through the inside of the stock in the pistol grip area to accept the action spring tube. The Remington Model 870 stock has no need for this hole so the 870 stock will not fit on the Model 1100 action.
The Remington Model 29 Pump Action shotgun was manufactured from 1930 to 1933. Approximately 38,000 produced.
remington 725 caliber 222 bolt action excellant condition
Send me your email address. I'll send you a scan of the Rem. 552 owners manual. USDF
The Remington model 12C slide action 22cal. was produced from 1909-1936.
Available from the Remington Custom shop- Model 7.
It's a pump action 22 rifle.
No, the re4ar receiver face on the Model 11 Remington has a different configuration. The Remington Model 11 is a semi-auto with a tube containing a bolt return spring located at the rear of the receiver. The Model 11 stock has a receptacle to accept this tube, the Model 870, being a pump action, does not have this receptacle.
Best course of action is to find a local gunshop and ask for help.