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Remington Hepburn exploded drawing?
Jun 4th, 2018 at 2:20pm
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Looking high and low but canít find an exploded drawing or disassembly/assembly instructions for Hepburn rifles. Anyone that can help?
  
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Re: Remington Hepburn exploded drawing?
Reply #1 - Jun 4th, 2018 at 3:40pm
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Contact Laurie Gapko -  archives@assra.com  He has some.

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Re: Remington Hepburn exploded drawing?
Reply #2 - Jun 4th, 2018 at 4:12pm
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Remove the tang screw, and then slide the buttstock off the frame.
Remove the breech block retaining screw (upper left side of frame), rotate the lever slightly, and lift the breech block up and out of its mortise.
Remove the left front trigger guard screw, and place it in its own special location. This particular trigger guard screw was originally made slightly different than the three remaining trigger guard screws.
Remove the three remaining trigger guard screws, and place them in a location that is separate from the left front trigger guard screw, and then remove the trigger guard assembly from the frame.
Remove the extractor, and place it with the left front trigger guard screw.
Remove the hammer screw, and then remove the hammer from the frame.
Remove the tiny screw from the rocker, and then slide the lever to the right and out of the frame, then remove the rocker from the frame.
Remove the lever spring screw, and then remove the lever spring.
You can then disassemble the trigger guard assembly, and remove the firing pin from the breech block if you choose to do so.
Reverse the above sequence when re-assembling.


  

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