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Old November 17, 2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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Trouble with a semi-rare old .22 Help please

Does anyone know how to disassemble the bolt on a Winchester Western (Canada) Cooey Model 600 .22 bolt action repeater. This gun is somewhere near 50 years old I think...but I have no way to verify.
It came with a somewhat elaborate engraving of a rabbit on the stock and has a barrel around 24" long if memory serves.

The firing pin is worn from use (presumably) and it no longer makes enough contact with the rim of the shell to ensure reliable operation...perhaps 1 fire out of 3 or 4 strikes. Can it be moved forward if it is worn (I'm going to try a cleaning first if I can disassemble the bolt itself)
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