If it goes boom or bang, I want to play with it!
I just recently acquired a Ranger .22 from one of the guys at the LGS. Took it home cleaned it up and went to the range. Shoots great and I didn't have a complaint about it... however, my wife was shooting it quite a bit and it gave her a blister from cocking it. After getting home from the range I took it apart and noticed that inside the bolt...well, it almost looks like it is unfinished. There are scoring lines from when it was drilled out which is causing friction when pulling back the cocking mechanism. short of bringing it to a local gunsmith, anyone have any suggestions on smoothing this thing out? It's too deep to use a dremel on and I can't think of any other way to smooth it out.
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