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September 22, 1999, 07:20 AM
I just aquirred one of these neat old pieces , QUESTION !
The action seems very hard / stiff to operate ,is this the norm for these old beauties? Were they all take-downs ?(this one is) Does any one have any dating info on these ?ser# 211xxx
Thanks to all !
September 22, 1999, 08:07 AM
Your model 10 should not be stiff as you describe. In all probability it needs a good cleaning throughout.
According to my records the Model 10A is a take down model, mfg'd from 1907-1828.
I have the disassem/instructions, with photos, if you'd like to have them.
September 22, 1999, 09:02 AM
I have completely cleaned and oil the gun. It still seems stiff.No visible wear marks or burrs, Just nature of the beast I quess.
September 22, 1999, 09:40 AM
Check all recesses. Any place the action moves. YOu may have something out of sinc. It sounds like there may be something binding in the action. Could also be in the forearm, recoil spring etc.
Haave you fired it? Does it function as it should? Full extraction etc.
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