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Remington #4, Rolling Block , Early take down, octagon barrel, 25/10 cal.

Question: Could this rifle have a sleve put in the barrel to convert it to a .22
Would the chamber and any parts have to be worked on?

Any idea what the cost would be?

Frank
 

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Remington #4, Rolling Block , Early take down, octagon barrel, 25/10 cal.

Question: Could this rifle have a sleve put in the barrel to convert it to a .22
Would the chamber and any parts have to be worked on?

Any idea what the cost would be?

Frank
.22 sleeves are cheap,, but you would have to bore out your barrel to put it in :( and a different hammer or modify the original,,would have to change barrels to to make it so u could change back,,for what u would spend buy a new .22 for less,,or an older used one for lots cheaper and have more fun,,, they never seem to wear out ;) and lots out there.
 

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my thoughts run along the same lines here , i did make a conversion for the M1903A3 but it was an easier conversion thanks to the M22 bolt , i think you can get a nice replica in 22cal that would make you very happy
 
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