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    barrel block

    a friend has a 22 rim fire.it has two barrel block holding it to stock two cap srews per block.what are the tork recomendations to hold all this together?
    gary b

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    i think more data is required,
    but the simple answer is
    what ever makes it shoot best ?

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    the barrel is 1.25 diamiter for full length.is about 26 in. long. has a m 37 reminton action that is not touching bedding.stock is walnut .thats about all i can see about this rifle.
    gary

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    bolt size/thread
    1/4-28 40-65 inlbs

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    WOW & YIKES

    A 26 inch barrel on a .22 rimfire????

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    more like normal at one time
    my 67a is 27" and my 52c is 28" both from the 50's
    winchesters

    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    WOW & YIKES

    A 26 inch barrel on a .22 rimfire????

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    Maybe those old long barrels were used because of iron sights and before the use of bloop tubes for adding sight radius.

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    or maybe they shot well.
    scope bases drilled and tapped as delivered
    suggest you do a value search on the win 52/a/b/c.
    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Maybe those old long barrels were used because of iron sights and before the use of bloop tubes for adding sight radius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    WOW & YIKES

    A 26 inch barrel on a .22 rimfire????
    In today's rimfire benchrest world, 24" to 27" barrels are the norm. Of course 1.25" diameter is not.

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