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GunGUYNEEDHELP
October 9, 2004, 01:34 PM
Hi all I really could use some help with this does anyone have the users manual for a .22 rimfire model 514 remington rifle if you do scan it and send it to me I also need to know how do you setup a scope mount on this rifle it is really bugging me thanks!

JoeHatley
October 9, 2004, 08:15 PM
You're going to need a trip to the gunsmith. The 514 is not drilled or tapped for mounts, nor does it have the tip off .22 grooves. Either would be a straight forward job for your local smith.

Good Luck...

Joe

GunGUYNEEDHELP
October 10, 2004, 09:41 PM
Well, Is there any way for you to some how find me the users manual for the gun for me that has been irritating me to eather scan it if you have it or try to find it online please thanks :rolleyes:

Clemson
October 11, 2004, 11:35 AM
You could contact Remington to see if they can send you a manual. The 514 is probably one of the simplest single shot rifles that Remington ever made. As I recall there are about 30 parts total including all springs, pins and screws. The rotating piece on the end of the bolt is the safety. Load one round into the chamber, fire, extract, load another.

Do you have any previous firearms experience?

Clemson

GunGUYNEEDHELP
October 11, 2004, 05:51 PM
Well, the only firearm expirence ive really had is shooting them and cleaning them and uncloggin them where are you going with this? I have also orderd the manual from remington so dont worrie about that. :D

mryan1
October 14, 2004, 01:33 PM
Brownells has them. Weaver side mount. You need base which mounts to receiver with 4 screws and short or long mount depending on scope used. The scope mount is quick-detach from the base with two knurled-head screws if you just want iron sights.
About $14 for the base and $29-$34 for the mount, plus freight. I am an active gunsmith and have installed many of them. The directions that come with it are well written. However, you will need the drills and taps to mount the base to the receiver. Brownells has these as well. The cost of the tools, and the damage possible when an amatuer starts making chips, could make a trip to the gunsmith a better deal for you in the long run.

dwdkschro
February 27, 2007, 07:21 PM
I need some assistance on locating the sight ramp for my model 514. Teh sight is still screwed to the barrel but the ramp has come up missing. Does anyone know where I can locate one? Thanks for your help!

JoeHatley
February 28, 2007, 10:29 AM
Sounds like you are missing the ladder adjustment. You could call Remington, or almost any local gunsmith probably has several on hand.

Good Luck...

Joe

James K
February 28, 2007, 03:04 PM
Gun Parts Corp (www.gunpartscorp.com) has the "step" for the 514 at $1.70. If possible, buy a couple or buy something else to keep S&H charges reasonable.

Jim

Harry Bonar
February 28, 2007, 05:04 PM
Sir:
I forget what top base I used (weaver #) but I drilled and tapped on the absolute center-line if the 513 and put Weaver top mounts on - since they are so close together they MUST be absolutely centered.
Harry B.

williamd
March 28, 2007, 03:18 PM
Remington website has a download for mauals. Even those well out of productoin. They may take your request and send one as they have with me a few times.

rem33
March 28, 2007, 05:29 PM
I have a 512 which is just a 514 tube fed repeater. It must be a late model as it is grooved for a scope mount. You have already been told where to look Numrich etc. but try Ebay too. There is an excellent chance you can find a factroy reprint fairly cheap.