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where are you guys getting you bolt faces.I have a 22-250 striker that I think I want to change to a 223 bolt face.

Scott
 
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Surely someone here will have a 223 bolt for a trade.

Larry
 
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savage bolt head

Rick

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Rick....I thought the firing pin holes were different sizes. I was reading that savage had made changes some years ago the new ones have a smaller diameter firing pin and cross pin holes was also smaller. I could be wrong but I believe mine has the larger pin...can't remember the exact specs

Scott
 
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Scott,

get a hold of these guys http://www.sharpshootersupply.com/

Fred will be able to answer all your questions and has the bolt heads for sale as well. I was thinking the Midway one was the older model but could be wrong.

Rick
 
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thumbup thx

Scott
 
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Numrich normally has bolt heads in stock:
https://www.gunpartscorp.com/g...tevspgfld/rifles-sav
 
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I got mine from Grizzly I was told it's made by PTG it stopped the primer flow problem I was having. it was a little stiff until I polished it up


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