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ok,this is an update for my earlier post on my bolt assy having a hole worn in it from the ejector bolt stop-i filed it and shot it and it was still rubbing,so i filed some more and of course i took to much off so the rifle would not eject and reload so i'm back to the drawing board-of course i had to order 2 extra ejector bolt stops so i can get it right this time.good news,even after approx 10,000 rds it hasnt worn thru the firing pin even the slightest so i still have some time.anyone having problems with other than 195 series ranch doing this or is it just the 195 series?:(
 

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So you have it fixed now? I checked my 196 series, it isn't rubbing on the bolt, but will check it now, and then.
 

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well,that depends on how you look at it:) yes,i had it where the bolt was not being rubbed by the ejector bolt stop but in reality i didnt fix it cause i created another problem by taking to much material off,the gun will not eject or rack a new round.basically i have to start over-i ordered 2 new bolt stops so i will try and take some material off the new one a little at a time until i get it just right-of course this will take considerable amount time since i have to test fire every time.i will let you know if i get it perfected.
 
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