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Old February 25, 2008, 01:36 PM   #3
mykeal
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Yeah, I agree with Raider2000. Get both a new hammer and bolt but try the new bolt first. It's most likely the bolt arm either excessively worn (it happens, sometimes the parts are a little soft) or was trimmed too much in fitting.

Hard to believe Cabela's would put a gun with a malfunctioning bolt on display...
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