IT'S ME NEED HELP

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  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    you talking about sponsers banner at top
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    Fuzebox steered you right. It is CW Grips better known here as Woodnut. He is an outlet for SBGO products.
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    ok Todd i see youre back again to see what i'm doing huh-never know with me
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    I was checking to see if there were pictures of the initial tear down or the big clean up with the carb or break cleaner. I don't want to see a picture of the finished product till I have seen a pile of parts :D
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    This coming week he said he would get it to me i really want to tear it down to see if this guy just didn't clean it he just does not seam the type not to clean a firearm?
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    A lot of experienced shooters rarely clean .22's. I let mine go until accuracy starts to fall off or I start getting malfunctions. Once you start having problems a good thorough cleaning is usually the first thing done.
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    I am with dustydog,after 1000 rounds, it needs a cleaning!:)
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    Fellerette - I'm hangin' onto this thread like my Ex used to hang onto her daily soap operas. I'd bet that a good cleaning will restore that .22. I've seen folks bring .22 semi-autos to our Gun Club range so gunked-up that the bolt would hardly move, and then they'd wonder why 'ole reliable' wasn't working.

    Some shooters will clean their .22s every other year whether they need to or not. I clean my .22s after every outing. Maybe it's just my military training, but I can't put a firearm away dirty. Besides, if you like to shoot and enjoy firearms, why not spend the time caring for them? They will stay in better shape and last much longer. But that's just my humble opinion - Jim.
  9. BETH

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    Time will tell Jim
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    I'm thinkin a missguided cross-eyed possum made his nest up in there. I mean that happens all the time...right?...right?
  11. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    maybe even a spider
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    i ordered my SBGO have to give it a try everyone else loves it
  13. dad2thebone

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    same as my marlin. got it and it jammed all shots. took it home ,cleaned it and never had a problem again.
  14. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    Get it wed hopefully
  15. dustydog

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    Well Beth,whats the word on this one?
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    My uncle gave me his Marlin 60 after it "didn't work". He told me that he never cared to clean it and gave it to me. I cleaned it inside and took it to the range, and still would just go 'click' with no bang. It was around that time I joined this forum to seek help to fix the Marlin, following your guys' instruction, I then took EVERYTHING apart again and got a bunch of sand out from the trigger group... next time at the range, it would fire sooometimes, just randomly, another breakdown, I noticed the firing pin was bent and couldnt even wiggle in its slot, and it didn't protrude out from the bolt to strike the brass rim. So I orderend and replaced that firing pin, and the Marlin Model 60SS has never had a problem since. Feeds clean CCIs as well as dirty old waxy Remingtons... Never thought a rimfire could be so reliable. (After you solve a major problem)
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