You will have to have to have a gunsmith check it out. Chances are it won't.
Best left to a gunsmith
Best left to a good gunsmith
. to remove the bolt on this model you must lower the tube assembly,there is a screw under the stock, remove stock first.
The bolt goes all the way in. You can see the space that is left by the loaded percuter. When you'll shoot you'll see that the gap will close.
No, it is a bolt action.
Yes, the length of the action.
removal of ammo tube also permit removal of bolt . loosen the lock nut and loosen the screw which is locked by the lock nut.
Usually the difference between series like this is listed "minor improvements" but this time I actually found something in the Blue Book of Gun Values. "The Model 69 was cocked by the closing motion of the bolt and had a non-swept back bolt handle, whereas the 69A was cocked by the opening motion of the bolt and had a swept back bolt handle."
The Savage model 110 is a repeating bolt-action rifle. The Savage model 110E is the same as the Savage model 110.
The "New Model" 60 has a bolt hold-open lever that extends through the trigger guard. The bolt, bolt hold-open parts, trigger guard, and stock are different.
the difference between a 2117 crossbow bolt and a 2216 crossbow is 99