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Fraser Highlander.
Aug 12th, 2014 at 6:52pm
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Before I had read the article on them by Frank De Haas I bought one of these as a barreled action and in 22 Hornet from a friend about fifteen years ago but when I came to fire it the firing pin would drag across the base of the cartridge making it extremely difficult to open the action.
My friend when I told him about this insisted on taking it back.
A few weeks ago he told me he had just got around to looking at the firing pin and penned a rough sketch to show what he had done.
  
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Re: Fraser Highlander.
Reply #1 - May 14th, 2016 at 5:44pm
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I pick up one of these actions at a gun show not knowing about the problems. How did the new block work for you?
The sketch did not show the lower plunger for the new block (see attached diagram).  Was this used in the modified block and just not shown?  Thanks for the info.
  
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