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Old December 19, 2017, 15:06   #1
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on a Ruger 10/22....

What is that fat pin called,that the bolt is grooved for,when it recoils to the rear? Have a 10/22 that that pin is missing from. Anybody got one,or know where to get one?
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Old December 19, 2017, 15:13   #2
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bolt stop pin OR bolt buffer (if other than steel)

Can either be solid steel, neoprene or neoprene sleeved steel pin.

Available everywhere, so to speak.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=ruger+bolt...v89-6_f&ia=web
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Old December 19, 2017, 18:59   #3
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If you have to get one anyway get one of the Kidd units. Quiets down the bolt and softens the blow. Volquartsen probably has one too but I only have experience with the Kidd unit. I like mine quite a bit.
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If you have to get one anyway get one of the Kidd units. Quiets down the bolt and softens the blow. Volquartsen probably has one too but I only have experience with the Kidd unit. I like mine quite a bit.
I tried the 2 piece Kidd, but like the one piece neoprene better as it's less fussy going into place. Tuffer Buffer or the like, or find neonbee on Rimfire Central, she's great!
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Buy at least a couple when order and pay shipping. They eventually wear. I use the recoil buffers from Power Custom. Ordered several ten packs of every shim, several titanium hammers, triggers, sears, bolt releases, mag releases, etc to get through projects working on and have a few extra. The light weight and precision machining always go together slick for an under 2.5 pound trigger pull without creep or travel.

Ordered my first two titanium bolt charging handles. Always thought they were a bit spendy but till try don't know if they are worth it. Got the standard titanium and the skeletonized version. Will know soon if worth the price. Know the titanium firing pins are. If shoot mostly cheap ammo buy the stainless firing pin as the titanium have tendency not to strike rim firmly enough to light off hard rims.
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What is that fat pin called,that the bolt is grooved for,when it recoils to the rear? Have a 10/22 that that pin is missing from. Anybody got one,or know where to get one?
I looked in my parts box last night and found my original steel bolt stop.

PM me your address if you can use it and I will ship it to you, gratis.

Well, I could use another positive feedback, here.
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I looked in my parts box last night and found my original steel bolt stop.

PM me your address if you can use it and I will ship it to you, gratis.

Well, I could use another positive feedback, here.
I'd be more than happy to pay you something for it and the shipping. PM inbound.
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Thanks for the replies,guys. this rifle is just a garden variety plain-Jane 10/22,with the world's most homely wood stock. I bought it used a few years back,but never shot it. I took it apart the other night for a cleaning and oiling,and noticed the pin missing. I'm wanting to get this rifle in order,to hopefully find it a new home on the files.
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Thanks for the replies,guys. this rifle is just a garden variety plain-Jane 10/22,with the world's most homely wood stock. I bought it used a few years back,but never shot it. I took it apart the other night for a cleaning and oiling,and noticed the pin missing. I'm wanting to get this rifle in order,to hopefully find it a new home on the files.
If want trigger done and willing to send it to me will slick it up and mail back at my expense. Cost a whopping $10 for spring kit. Just ordered multiple bulk packs of Power Custom titanium hammer shims, trigger shims, buffers, spring kits, plus pile of hammers, triggers and other parts in mix of price ranges. Just a $10 spring kit plus trip across the hammer and sear jig will really slick up a 10/22 trigger. Have several "plain jane" Walmart 10/22's that following a trigger job, adding less than $20 worth of hardware and springs plus some labor become fine shooters in modified factory stocks and no expensive parts. 10/22 can benefit from a few very small tricks or spend as much as want to.
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