Open bolt, move it to the rear of the action. Hold the trigger to the rear and remove the bolt. Remove the large takedown screw in front of the trigger guard and separate the barrelled action from the stock. That's as far as it should be routinely disassembled.
Get a copy of the Gun Digest Asembly/Disassembly instructions for centerfire rifles. The Marlin Mod 36 is included.
you should be able to find everything at this site www.e-gunparts.com/dept.asp drawings and parts
Rifle, handgun or shotgun?
I cannot find any instructions, however, the 59 breaks down like the 1911.
The Gun Digest Book Firearms Assembly and Disassembly Part 5 Shotguns has an illustrated description of the model 97 disassembly.
A Sears Moels 300 is a Winchester Model 1400. For a manual, go here: http://www.stevespages.com/page7b.htm For disassembly instructions, get a copy of Gun Digest Assembly/Disassembly for shotguns. Aslo, gunpartscorp.com has an on-line exploded diagram for the model 1400.
It was made between 1934-1946. 100,030 made. No serial numbers. Your best bet is to find a copy of The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly: Rimfire Rifles by J.B.Wood
Marlin Glenfield. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx Marlin Glenfield http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx
i have a glenfield model 30 gt ser# 21041263 i would year made and some history about it thk dalton
Find a copy of the Gun Digest Asembly/Disassembly book for rimfire rifles the Model 190 may be in there with detailed instructions. If that fails, contact a local gunsmith.
Search web for Remington model 11. web info for inertia operated Browning a-5 is nearly identical.
Basic instructions can be found in the Citori Owners manual at the link below.
If you go to the link below, you will find an exploded view showing all parts etc. This may be of some help to you. Regards, Bri. http://www.savageparts.com/
Why would you want to? Oh well, it's your gun and I hope this helps: http://www.rarewinchesters.com/images/Exploded%20Views/1866-73-dissassembly.shtml
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Yes, but most likely you'll have to take apart the whole laptop, it depends on the make and model. Find laptop disassembly instructions and see if it's easy enough for you. If not, take it to a professional repair shop. By the way, laptop hinges are not cheap. I'll post a link where you can find service manuals and disassembly instructions for major laptop brands.
Call Rossi and ask for a manual
ammoclip.com $18 plus shipping The Glenfield model 25 was made by Marlin as the model 80
You can find instructions for assembly of the 300/900 series at the URL below... you might be able to figure out disassembly from that. http://stevespages.com/pdf/ithaca_300xl.pdf Doug This link is for disassembly of the XL models which are gas operated. Mine is just a model 900 and it is recoil operated. I am still trying to figure out how to get the charging handle off my Ithaca 900.