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    Apparently I am missing the rear screw that goes from the trigger guard to the back end of the barrel/chamber. Probably not easy to acquire?
    TriggerGuard_B2Arrow.pngBolt_T1_Arrow.png
    Last edited by halygon; 01-05-2018 at 11:53 AM.

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    I have dsm parts and will look and likely can help... Also, filling a PVC pipe with Kroil (one end sealed, naturally) allows the whole barrel action to slide into the oil for days or weeks. Did with a k98 with success. May have to drift out a pin to remove the trigger to reduce the diameter of the PVC required...

    Here's the one I worked on...

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread....highlight=rust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob in OHIO View Post
    I have dsm parts and will look and likely can help... Also, filling a PVC pipe with Kroil (one end sealed, naturally) allows the whole barrel action to slide into the oil for days or weeks. Did with a k98 with success. May have to drift out a pin to remove the trigger to reduce the diameter of the PVC required...

    Here's the one I worked on...

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread....highlight=rust
    Thank's Bob, let me know what you got.

    I got the brass punch set to separate it all out without damage. I hope the pins "want" to move - guess we will find out.

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    Bob hooked me up with the missing screw, but I am still missing the rod and front band. Any ideas (or spares) around?

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    I probably have the front band. Did you get the barreled action out of the stock? Any additional pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fal Grunt View Post
    ..Any additional pictures?
    +1. Love to see some more of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fal Grunt View Post
    I probably have the front band. Did you get the barreled action out of the stock? Any additional pictures?
    Quote Originally Posted by heavy_mech View Post
    +1. Love to see some more of it.
    I did. I originally was going to do the G43 first, but figured I'd go with the simplier restore before I go to the more complex one. So DSM first it is.

    I'll post some pictures of the current state. I am putting together my own PVC oil bath with 3" pipe and I realized that my two 8oz cans of Kroil isn't enough, so I ordered a gallon earlier this week. Apparently if you order it directly from Kano, it is $20-30 cheaper than anywhere else.

    I'll dual use the bath into a multipurpose tank -- which will be useful for any bluing I do on other projects.

    Haven't told my wife yet that a 4ft long pipe is going to be a permanent fixture in the shop area of the garage -- better to ask for forgiveness...

    PM me about the front band if you have one.

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    Getting ready to start on one of the rifles.
    Both_Rifles_Pre_Work.jpg

    Here is the DSM all apart.
    Parts.jpg
    Parts1.jpg
    Parts2.jpg
    Parts3.jpg
    Barrel_Chamber.jpg
    Barrel_Under_Action.jpg
    Bolt.jpg
    Trigger_Guard.jpg
    Inside_Stock1.jpg
    Inside_Stock2.jpg
    Inside_Stock3.jpg

    Side Note:
    So the issue I had with the bolt - It appears that the ejector does not stay in place and twists up slightly, which prevents it from going down its rail. By manually pushing the ejector down as I lift the bolt, it allows it to slide backwards.. Probably something I'll need to dig into.
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    Tried out this Big 45 Frontier pad on part of the barrel rusted but that gets covered by stock. Pretty impressive and no scratches to finish/barrel. Probably going to be my go to for the wide open stretches of metal. Detailed stuff will still need to be brushes me thinks.

    Testing_Big45Frontier2.jpg
    Testing_Big45Frontier.jpg

    Will take more as I progress along.

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    Still looking for:

    • Front Band
    • Front Band Pin
    • Cleaning Rod

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