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IAC 97 tear down


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I recently purchased an IAC 97 but can't find a tear down procedure on line and they cowboy I bought it from didin't have any info. I want to inspect bolt, receiver, and carrier for wear and clean them as well. Also are there an issues I should be looking for when I take it apart.   It's a Coyote Cap CB.   Thanks   RT

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I have info on the Winchester 97 but I'm assuming there will be some differences internally with the Chinese version.  Thanks Not Dead Ed.

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4 minutes ago, Rootin Tootin said:

I have info on the Winchester 97 but I'm assuming there will be some differences internally with the Chinese version.  Thanks Not Dead Ed.

RT

No, not really,  they are a clone the Winchester….  There may be some slight dimensional differences, but the clones have all the same wonderful John Moses Browning complexity that was in the original… 

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I have info on the Winchester 97 but I'm assuming there will be some differences internally with the Chinese version. 

 

Nope, wrong assumption.   Use the Win 97 instructions.

 

good luck, GJ

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Tried to PM you   Says you dont want to talk to me  LOL       GW

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The procedure is the same for a Winchester 97 Solid Frame gun.

 

 

The majority of Winchester 97s are the takedown frame.

 

The initial couple of steps vary between the two as I show on the website.

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6 minutes ago, Marauder SASS #13056 said:

The procedure is the same for a Winchester 97 Solid Frame gun.

 

 

The majority of Winchester 97s are the takedown frame.

 

The initial couple of steps vary between the two as I show on the website.

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