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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 4:04 pm 
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Hello,

I wish to paint my stock, but I am not exactly sure on how to remove the barrel, trigger and other parts safely without damaging anything.

If anyone has any gunsmithing experience, help or a guide would be great.

It is a break barrel spring rifle.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 4:28 pm 
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Typically the stock can be removed on a break barrel by removing the screws at the fore end of the stock (on the stock, up toward the barrel) and by removing the trigger guard screws. That should be it.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 4:30 pm 
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Penage Guy wrote:
Typically the stock can be removed on a break barrel by removing the screws at the fore end of the stock (on the stock, up toward the barrel) and by removing the trigger guard screws. That should be it.



Thank You, I will try that.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:27 pm 
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Would it be tricky to get everything lined up properly, upon reassembly?

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Popeyewinter wrote:
Would it be tricky to get everything lined up properly, upon reassembly?

You shouldn't have any problems. The stocks on these guns come off easy and are simple to put back on. Should be three screws. Just don't lose them.


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Not unless you really mess something up :lol:
Pretty straight forward stuff, you should have no problem :wink:

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Ace wrote:
Not unless you really mess something up :lol:
Pretty straight forward stuff, you should have no problem :wink:


Ok, though I was talking about lining up the trigger parts with the barrel, but I guess it's not a concern?

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The trigger itself remains with the "body" of the gun when the wood stock comes off. You should be only removing the trigger guard, one screw of which fastens the stock to the tube assembly.


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Penage Guy wrote:
The trigger itself remains with the "body" of the gun when the wood stock comes off. You should be only removing the trigger guard, one screw of which fastens the stock to the tube assembly.


Ok so, there's just 2 big parts that come out then, not like you have to remove each separately?

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 6:09 pm 
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Ok,

I think I got it now, Thanks guys.

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Popeye you will be removing the whole "Action" as one piece and should look similar to this:


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