Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

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Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by scsonarc on Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:19 pm

Has anyone out there ever disassembled the bolt on a Remington Model 41 .22 rifle. If so, please tell me the magic incantation that is necessary. Exploded parts diagram would also be nice.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by 22lrfan on Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:51 pm

I looked through all my books and there is no info on the 41.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by scsonarc on Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:13 pm

I can't find a parts diagram anywhere. There is a knurled piece in front of the cocking knob that I think should unscrew from the body of the bolt but, I think someone might have red locktited it on. I have applied heat but it wont move. There has got to be someone on this forum that has had one apart before. wall bash

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by 22lrfan on Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:54 pm

I know where one is that I can look at tomorrow and see how it goes together.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by Drobbins on Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:21 am

Cant remember if I've been in one or not. Many single shot 22 bolts are held together by a pin and/or a screw. If the bolt has a pin or screw wear eye protection and take photos and notes as you go. If repairs are not needed and you just want to clean it try soaking in mineral spirits working the cocking knob to free up crud. If soaking in spirits remember time is your friend, the longer the better.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by captain-03 on Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:25 am

I believe RichardM on here has one ... he may be able to assist.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by scsonarc on Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:21 pm

I PM'd RichardM, waiting to hear back. There is a pin for the extractor but no other pin. There is a slot on the rear of the bolt body and a slot on the knurled collar in front of the cocking handle but they dont line up. I thought they possibly should line up, possibly for some type of indexing pin to keep the collar in the correct position. As it is now, the safety is right in the line of the sights.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by PhillipM on Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:17 pm

scsonarc wrote:I can't find a parts diagram anywhere. There is a knurled piece in front of the cocking knob that I think should unscrew from the body of the bolt but, I think someone might have red locktited it on. I have applied heat but it wont move. There has got to be someone on this forum that has had one apart before. wall bash

I don't think it comes off.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by Drobbins on Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:26 pm

Just a shot in the dark.
Try pulling back on cocking piece to see if a pin is revealed.

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Re: Remington Model 41 Targetmaster

Post by scsonarc on Wed Oct 31, 2012 1:10 pm

Finally got it apart. The knurled piece was threaded. Someone had red loctited it. Had to apply the torch but it broke loose. Thanks for all the replies though. thanks

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