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6-48 plug screws set of 4.
The Model 70 features the highly popular, Pre-`64 type bolt with claw extractor and Controlled Round Feed, proven under actual hunting and shooting conditions.
This model is now available with a threaded barrel for mounting accessories such as a muzzle brake or sound moderator.
The Model 70 offered stronger action, more checkering, improved safety, and much improved trigger. Collectors prefer the Model 70`s manufactured prior to World War II with their fine finish and hand fitted parts even though they did not provide for conventional scope mounting.
If the screws measure approximately 3.5 mm (0.138 inches), it indicates that the screw hole size is 6-48. If the screws measure approximately 4.17 mm (0.164 inches), it indicates that the screw hole size is 8-40.
Screws come in gauges 2 through 16. Most of the time you`ll want to go with a #8 screw. If working with very thick or heavy material, go for #12-14, or with finer woodworking, #6 are often the best choice.
The standard Winchester Model 70 offered a 24”, 26”, or 28” inch barrel. Perhaps the best feature of the rifle that made it superior to other guns was the Mauser two lug extractor bolt with controlled round feeding, which was smooth and made for faster firing.
According to Roger C. Rule`s superb book The Rifleman`s Rifle (a must-have for any M70 enthusiast), the receiver with s/n 0001 was made January 20, 1936, assembled into a complete rifle and released for sale to the public January 1, 1937. The receiver with the highest known s/n, 581471, was made October 18, 1963.
The thread is a 1.000 16 TPI. The face of the barrel is flat. The thing you will notice about the action thread is it has two slots 180 degrees apart that cuts the thread away.
The Winchester Model 70 series rifles are marketed as sniper rifles for military forces and law enforcement agencies under the Fabrique Nationale banner as the Special Police Rifle (SPR) and the Patrol Bolt Rifle (PBR).
The Pre `64 Model 70s are known for being extraordinarily accurate rifles. While living in Alaska, my uncle routinely shot sub-MOA groups with the Model 70 in . 375 H&H Magnum using his own handloads. I have shot my standard-weight Model 70 out to 600 yards with great effect.
There were only 132 One of One Thousand rifles produced in the Winchester 1873 Model, and a scant eight of the Model 1873 One of One Hundreds– only six of which are known today.
If the piece will be subject to lateral pressure (pushing down or against), it is advisable to use a thicker screw. If the piece is subject to withdrawal pressure (pulling apart), then you will want to make sure that the screw is long enough to withstand those forces.
A screw`s measurements are usually indicated as diameter x length, so a countersinking wood screw with a 5/32-inch diameter and a 1-1/2-inch length would be labeled as a #8 x 1-1/2-inch countersinking head wood screw.
The first number is the diameter. The bigger the number the bigger the screw. The second number is the number of threads per inch.
Made in America, these Winchester Model 70 Scope Mounts made by Talley Manufacturing offer a unique and simplified one-piece scope ring and base solution for Winchester Model 70 standard caliber action rifles with rear hole spacing of . 860 inches .
1/8 in., 3/16 in., 1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in., 7/16 in., 1/2 in.
On my model 770 in 300 mag. new right out of the box, cleaned in and oiled it but the bolt action was still sticky and after firing a box and a half though it it still will not eject the spent casing and I have to turn the gun on it’s side and let it drop out on it’s own. I have even called Remington’s repair shop in Or. and they can’t guarantee it will work as he said it was nothing but a cheap rifle from Remington. I will be sending to Remington’s repair shop and if they can not repair it what rights do I have to get my money back? As I don’t feel that I should keep on having to pay for shipping all the time for there poorly made rifle.
I am not sure about that in your location, meaning laws depend and vary from location to location.
But with your problem I guess a simple look on the paper works or the invoices or something and trying to find the “fine prints” or statements regarding about return and exchange policies, or their warranty coverage. Should you find them and it states coverage “on your side”, well I may suggest you do have a right to claim a refund or a new stock, but if it states otherwise,and of course you have already signed the paper works, I think you may not be eligible for any refund or claim whatsoever.
It is always stated in the paper works you sign when purchasing items,(this is what happens here in my location), so its important to read them well, specially the rule “read between the lines” comes into place, specially the “fine print” or the text or sentences written in a very small, often unreadable with your eyes not squinting.
But a good talk between them and you could always results in a good compromise or agreement both beneficial for you and them.