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  1. JonathanL
    08-02-2011 06:41 PM
    JonathanL
    Hi,

    Someone mentioned that you are the man to talk to regarding .14 bullets and I think I read one of your posts on .14 the other week.

    Do you have a .14, if so, are you finding it ok getting bullets from the US? I'm having trouble getting stuff since I last got some a few years back. If you're looking for someone to go halfs on an order please let me know if you can find someone to ship them.
    Cheers,

    JonathanL.
  2. wally bennett
    02-04-2011 06:24 PM
    wally bennett
    Hi Terrier Man
    Only just noticed your post on who done the work on my A/H
    I ordered my barrel through a a******e of a gun smith who had not even started on the job 15 months after i ordered it through him and eight months after he had barrel and dies in his shop
    The cheapest i could get it fitted was over 200 and not for at least 3 months because of the amount of work on his list.
    The donor gun is a Ruger 77/22Hornet heavy stainless barrel laminate stock which has the barrel screwed into the action it unscrewed very easily indeed after i made a barrel clamp i screwed the PacNor pre-chambered 24" stainless barrel into the action and measured the space between the bolt and chamber face put it on the old lathe that i have and carefully machined the shoulder on the barrel untill i had less than 1.5thou between them. it was now fitted! the bigest job was cutting the extractor grove but soon done caerfully with a hacksaw.
    I now have a switch barrel 22Hornet/17A/H
    Wally
  3. heckupdpc
    12-26-2010 11:51 PM
    heckupdpc
    terrer man, Have several Coopers & have had many more. That extractor is one of the poor things about a Cooper. The first thing is look & see or make sure that part of the lip of that very thin extractor is not chipped off. If it looks fine & you have acess to compressed air just lift the front of extractor up & blow lots of high pressure air under it. If none of this fixes it you take hold of the front of extractor with narrow or needle nose pliers lift up front and push back toward bolt body then lift back of extractor up by holding front & lifting back. Comes out just like the older Sako extractor but is smaller. You can probably find instructions on internet for Sako L461 or similar. Heck

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