Antler Bolt Actions

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mark james

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Those look excellent. I have never turned antler, but I do appreciate the appeal for these.

Well done, thanks for sharing.
 

PBorowick

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Thank you all for the kind words. I have a long way to go to catch up to the talented people on this site. Your positive feedback and encouragement is great!
 

PBorowick

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Is there a way to turn it around after they are assembled? I was looking at the instructions and it looks like I have to take it apart to do that.
 

John Murray

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Is there a way to turn it around after they are assembled? I was looking at the instructions and it looks like I have to take it apart to do that.
Unscrew the nib and push the lever toward the front. You should be able to reach the screw with a long small phillips screw driver. You do not need to unscrew the screw, just loosen it until you can twist the lever around the opposite direction.
 

Woodchipper

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I did a bolt action once and noticed that the bolt interfered with the clip. Recently, discovered there are two notches for the clip! This was a Woodcraft kit.
 
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