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    Senior Member OutdoorPursuitsCanada's Avatar
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    That particular one is a different model, Both of mine are the E1. However the basic operation is the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YukonLeftie View Post
    Found this for ya --


    From here -- http://openboltguns.blogspot.ca/2009...rm-rifles.html

    A french gun, eh? Would be curious to see how she stacks up on the range.
    LoL!!!
    It appears to be similar internal design idea as the JR Carbine

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    So I get this right, this lil' beast fires from a open bolt position? I gotta find one of these!!
    GET OFF MY LAWN!

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    That is correct. No extractor or firing pin just a slotted bolt that crushes the rim upon firing.

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    You NEVER get a misfire with this thing, that's for sure... (unless a cartridge didn't blow out the hole properly)

    But no strikes without ignition, EVER...
    "One more time into the fray, to the last good fight I'll ever know. Live and die on this day. LIVE and DIE on this day!"

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    Very easy to convert to auto.......but for regular use, this design should not be very accurate, with all that going on before ignition.

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    They are actually quite accurate. This is my second E1 takedown and for gophers and grouse they are just fine.

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    Got the receiver and trigger group soaking in heavy duty stripper tonight. Picked up a couple colors and decided I am going to attempt my own desert sand/coyote brown camo.

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    YEAH BUUuuuuuuuuDDY!



    Quote Originally Posted by OutdoorPursuitsCanada View Post
    Got the receiver and trigger group soaking in heavy duty stripper tonight. Picked up a couple colors and decided I am going to attempt my own desert sand/coyote brown camo.
    "One more time into the fray, to the last good fight I'll ever know. Live and die on this day. LIVE and DIE on this day!"

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    Pics of the receiver and trigger group all stripped



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