Question about Winchester Optics
Winchester Firearms Manufacturing Dates by Serial Number and Year. 1866 through the early 1990s. Below is the download link for a special resource for ...
Posted on May 21, 2018
Posted on May 27, 2011
For HVB or custom pillar bedded stock, HS Precision recommends 65 in lbs. Other 3rd party stocks are 50 in lbs and Winchester recommends 35 in lbs in the post 64 manual.
And the #Gxxxxxxx rifles have unknown manufacturing dates. They were made by a company that never said what the year ranges were on the numbers.
Posted on Apr 12, 2012
The ejector pin becomes flattened with sharp edges... it shaves brass, the brass helps stick the pin which is also penned out and a bit larger now. I took mine out and honed it so that it did not shave brass and would slide easily in the hole.... Make sure your spring is back in before you try the pin (You want something to push it back out). Most important... don't let the pin and spring get away from you. You can look on a chambered and ejected cartridge to see exactly where the bras is being shaved from. In my case it was the very back, outer flange, indicating the ejector pin.
Good luck ... hint... really use your eyes
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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