AGI - Remington 700 Rifles

Tutorial & e-learning. November 13, 2010 by bomb.

AGI - Remington 700 Rifles | 699 MB
English | AVI | 432x304 | 29.97 fps | XviD 686 kbps | MP3 128 kbps
Genre: eLearning

Join Master Gunsmith Robert "Bob" Dunlap as he shows you all the ins and outs of the Remington 700 Rifle. Bob shows you a complete disassembly and assembly (not just field stripping!), parts identification, proper cleaning and lubrication. We give you step-by-step instruction in design, function and repair, including locking systems, feeding systems, sears, and triggers. Stocks are also covered along with easy repairs for common problems. Bob will take you inside this rifle and show you what each part is supposed to do and how to maintain and repair it.

If you want the quick course on how to get the Remington 700 Rifle apart, back together, and operating as intended, then this course is for you (if you want the long course look into our basic 108 hour Professional Gunsmith course).

Among the items covered are:

We get to take a look at some other classic Remington firearms
Bob shares some interesting Remington trivia and history
The Model 722, the predecessor of the 700, is shown and the evolutionary differences described
Two versions of the Model 700 are compared

Design & Function
Darrell Hollands modifications are explained
The magazine operation and its feeding are explained
An example of low feeding and some other problems that may occur are shown and described
Sear and cocking piece operation is explained
The safetys function is explained
Bolt operation and lock-up is demonstrated and explained
Safety Breech is explained in detail with illustrations

Design and function continues while the firearm is disassembled
Magazine operation is further explained and disassembled
Altering the magazine for a different caliber is described
Information on barrel removal is given
Cocking operation and disassembly
Ejector and extractor operation is explained
Trigger guard is disassembled
Follower and floor plate disassembly is shown
Bolt is disassembled, including cocking piece, striker and spring (Bob shows us a special tool to aide in this process)
Trigger assembly removal is shown
Sear and bolt stop/ release are shown up close and in detail
Trigger and safety are disassembled and their function is explained
Trigger reassembly is shown at this time for continuity
Trigger adjustment is shown and explained (cautions are given)
Ejector disassembly and problems are covered
Three different types of


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