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Let me know Roy. I sent you a pm. Thanks

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Thanks, I might have to live with it, I just want to get it finished.


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The post mill bolt is for Sam Hurt, one of Joe’s Rendezvous regulars. He said some one tried to put a pre mill bolt in it and it’s a no go.


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Joe I got a few stocks, nothing period 99C. New ones from later and some odds and ends from all over.


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Originally Posted by JoeMartin
The post mill bolt is for Sam Hurt, one of Joe’s Rendezvous regulars. He said some one tried to put a pre mill bolt in it and it’s a no go.

Hmmm... Not aware of a difference in the bolt itself pre and post mill? The bolt stop was moved back for longer travel but the bolt is the same as far as I know.

Tell me more.

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Hmmm. I know strikers are different, are the "receptacles" in the bolts different? Or am I all wet on that? (I'm thinking back to some trials and tribulations I suffered in that regard a few years ago.)


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Yeah, the strikers look different but I've found them to all interchange.

Swapping bolts gun to gun is pretty problematic. To my knowledge, Savage fit the bolt to the receiver and adjusted head space by grinding off the bolt face. The effective length of the bolt varies from gun to gun.

Gary, I know you recall the effort we put into finding one for you some years back.

What problem is he trying to solve??

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I am trying to find a bolt assy for a top safety 99. The rifle I am working on was missing some parts. A PO tried to substitute an early F bolt, and it will not work. The hammers are significantly different, and I am not sure what other differences may exist, so I prefer to obtain a complete bolt assy, so I can first fit it to the receiver, and then headspace it correctly.

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what is the serial number range of your rifle?


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I’m looking for a front sight for a 1939 model 99 EG, I actually only need the blade. Can anyone help me out? Thanks

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I would be interested in any checkered forearm, solid or TD and any nice pre 90,000 forearm.

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Found the correct bolt, thanks to all who responded.

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ISO of a complete rear sight assembly for an early 50's EG. Thanks.


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sounds like the semi buckhorn + elevator is what yer after? Got those. Send an email and we can get 'er done.

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Thanks Mike!!


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Originally Posted by Lightfoot
Yeah, the strikers look different but I've found them to all interchange.

Swapping bolts gun to gun is pretty problematic. To my knowledge, Savage fit the bolt to the receiver and adjusted head space by grinding off the bolt face. The effective length of the bolt varies from gun to gun.

Gary, I know you recall the effort we put into finding one for you some years back.

What problem is he trying to solve??

Sorry Mike. I have a heck of a time navigating FB. I lost the post he had going. I'll see if he still needs it?


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No, we got it sorted. Turns out the hammer for post mil guns is indeed different. It is slimmed up so it clears the sear assembly. I sent him a slim hammer and I think he's got it together.

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Originally Posted by Lightfoot
No, we got it sorted. Turns out the hammer for post mil guns is indeed different. It is slimmed up so it clears the sear assembly. I sent him a slim hammer and I think he's got it together.
I think he posted he's ready to go to the range. Thank you.


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Originally Posted by diamondjim
Need a Savage Super Sporter 30-06 mag for the side button release model.

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