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Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by BETH, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    is there anyway i can touch up scratch on the blueing?
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    Black marking pen.
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    BETH Well-Known Member

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    Yeah? what about magic blue the stuff they put on steel so it won't rust
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    RJay Well-Known Member

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    Beth, not being overly familiar with the Iver 66, I have no ideal of what metal is used in the receiver and what type finish the rifle carries now. Someone who knows if steel is used or some type of alloy. If it just a small scratch I always just use the easy method and ignore it.
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    Are you set to go Beth...?
    Do you need any more info on this sweet .22mag ?
    You holler, and we will come a runnin'....
    Simple:
    You load the tube
    Cock it with the lever
    It's ready to fire [if the safety is in off position]

    Each time you cock it with the lever, it pushes the hammer back
    into the firing position.
    If the hammer is 'cocked' back....and you choose not to fire it,
    you must 'manually' [and carefully] lower the hammer down.
    It will/should have [the hammer] three positions.....
    One against the block/firing pin
    One a single click rearward [to back off the firing pin]
    One all the way back...in full cock mode
    If it is fully cocked [hammer all the way back] and a
    live round is in the chamber, and you wish to un-cock it,
    put the safety to the 'on' position before lowering the hammer
    manually against the bolt/firing pin.

    Cycle it empty [cock it with the lever with no ammo]
    and you will see the functioning of the gun.
    Practice [without ammo] de-cocking it after you cycle it
    with the lever.
    You be gonna fixin' ta luv dis lever gun Darlin'......
    [as we say down here]
    We are gonna turn you into a cowgirl yet.....:) :)
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2012
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