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Have a 6x223 Kimber of Oregon[Clackamas] pistol.The safety is a 3 position on end of the bolt.It is somewhat difficult to put the safety on when cocked.This is the 1st position with the safety on and you can lift the bolt to unload and the one hard to move the lever to.The next position locks the bolt down and cannot fire also-its much easier. When putting in the 1st position to unload-lift bolt-I have to put my thumb on back of bolt and use my 'pointy'finger to move the safety lever.Any ideas? Does anyone have a diagram of the bolt?Ive looked for HOURS trying to find a drawing but cant.Of course,no more factory help. Gun appears new-bluing,stock,etc.Was told about 6-7 shots thru it.I dont know,but looks mint.Ive been working the safety to see if it will wear in. Thanks

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