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    Hey, nothing wrong with that!
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    Wait for the tacticooey 2.0... The smith never got back to me about milling the receiver. A friend convinced me to buy another, that was already done.
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    The new one coming. Cost me 165$ shipped. 60$ more than my other one. The mount as crude as it is, probably more solid than my rail.



    I tried with my other one, how to remove the barrel. Probably the only person that ever took a barrel off a Cooey. So the new one I'm thinking 19-20" barrel. On the fence to thread the muzzle.

    I have swivel studs coming for a bipod.
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    couldn't you use a Savage Mk ll rail with curved underside ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    couldn't you use a Savage Mk ll rail with curved underside ?
    Why would I? It already has a rail attached. Reason why I bought a new one, was it had a rail already mounted, that contoured to the receiver.

    I'm talking about being on the fence, about threading the muzzle.
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    misunderstood

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    everything is better with a rail

    needs a bipod and one of these for tacticoolness

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    FYI I ordered 2 of these. They're actually a Canadian company from Toronto. Was only 13$ each, with like 3$ for shipping.

    Took my Cooey in town to the hardware store. Matched up a bolt that I could make into a punch. The receiver was .497-.500, the punch I was using was .469 and had a little knurling. It caused a little peening. The bolt I got now is .491. So should be much better..




    1/2" grade 8 bolt fit snug.. I had to go thru the bin since there was various different differences in the same lot of bolts. Found one that fit the most snug. Then I cut the threads off.



    Figured it was apart, Ill re blue it.
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    What is the bolt/punch for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    What is the bolt/punch for?
    To remove the barrel. That barrel bushing on the bottom of the receiver, holds the barrel on. And its a press fit. So I put the reciever in a padded vise, then used a punch and knocked it out. The punch I used before, was slightly smaller and peened the barrel a bit. So the new bolt fits almost perfect. So when I get the new gun in, It will help not damage the gun. That saying learn from your mistakes.

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    I got the new cooey in... With the better mount.

    Made a rubber butt pad for it, since the metal was kinda slippery.



    Found the shortest rings I could find, mounted a bipod. The tape is where the barrel is being cut. Waiting on a 1/2-28 die.



    Working on the stock, since the barrel channel is kinda chipped.
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