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 Post subject: Trail 22 NP AW
PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 4:50 pm 
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Lost my POI today. Checked rifle and screws loose. The barrel and receiver are moving reward and forward. Re tightened the screws and about 10 min later same thing. Seems that the screw holes are slightly elongated from the back and forth of the piston during shooting. MMMMMMMMMMMMMM how to fix. Thinking of three solutions.
1. drill out screw hole and fill with epoxy and re drill
2. drill out screw hole and put some thin plastic gas line/tubing on screw to fill in the hole
3. buy new stock

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 Post subject: Re: Trail 22 NP AW
PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 7:49 pm 
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How about LocTite? I seem to remember they have a product specifically for filling up a loose thread.

Edit: they have several, here's one:
http://www.henkelna.com/product-search- ... 7876355073

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 Post subject: Re: Trail 22 NP AW
PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 8:55 pm 
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i would try JB Weld instead of epoxy and re-drill.

your not out much if it doesn't work. but it should (if you use JB) :lol:

good idea!

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 Post subject: Re: Trail 22 NP AW
PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 4:43 pm 
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First take a pop can & cut out a piece wide and deep enough to fit between the end of the recv tube & stock. Use enough material (double over the aluminum, if need be triple it but do not insert multiple shims as one or several will start popping out under shock/pressure) Ensure that the recv tube sits in the stock without ANY gap SPECIALLY in the rear. Essentially you are making a shim to stick in between the action & the stock where they both meet - right where the compression tube ends & the stock starts.
Then use proper size washers in the counter sunk screw holes on the fore end. Best ones to use would be ones that are shaped like tiny .22 shells cut in half (can't remember what they are called) This will push the recv tube toward the fore end screw holes to the point that the screws will prevent the action from moving forward & the alum cut out will eliminate rearward travel. JB weld WILL chip and or disintegrate over time.. tried that already BUT that was on a Magnum break barrel.
Ideally you'd want to pillar & glass bed to overcome shoddy stock fit. Does your's have a metal D shaped ring sitting inside the stock ? It is supposed to fit around the main bolt that is used to fasten the action to the stock right by the trigger. If so right there is another reason for repeated loosening of the action from stock.

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