Collecting Military .22 rifles has led me to the inevidable position of purchasing a military .22 with broken or missing parts. With my goal to return the rifle to a shootable condition I made parts in my shop as replacements and can make repair parts based on need. I stock a few parts but for the most part manufacture them based on customer need. Below is a list of firearms that I have made repair parts for and hopefully will help you to sestore that .22 trainer back to a shootable condition. Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for relative current costs.
Lee Enfield C No7 or Lee Enfield N7 (or Clone)
I have made complete conversions to .22 from .303 with exceptional results. Parts that I hve made are:
(1) Bolt Head
(2) Chamber adaptor to .22 sleeve
(3) Complete chamber adaptor and sleeve ready to solder or epoxy in.
.22 Bolt Head Complete
We take a standard size 1 bolt head and drill and plug the original firing pin hole and offset drill a new fiting pin hole. With this bolt head we provide the Bolt Head, Extractor, Extractor Screw, Extractor Spring and Firing Pin.
.22 Chamber Adaptor & Liner
We use 2 different liners for this part to accomodate the degree of wear in the original barrel. a .306 liner is used where the barrel is minimally worn and a .316 liner is uses where the barrel is truely worn out to the point where a 5/16 ( .312) drill bit just falls through the barrel. These are provided with the chamber precut as well as the extractor cut being made. This liner can be secured in the barrel with Green LocTite and or led soldering. We use Green Loctite for all bu the 2 inchjes near the muzzle and lead solder the muzzle and liner together and finish the crown.
Israeli K98 Mauser / Remington .22
Parts we have mde for this unique trainer are as follows:
(1) Firing Pin - This is our desgn and does not have the frailty of the original design
(2) Estractors (both left and right sides).
(3) Extractor retaining pins.
(4) Extractor springs (both sizes)
Firing Pin assembly. This firing pin is a replacement of the original but does not have the weakness of the original. This design has been proven in several of these converted Mausers. Breakage will not be a problem and as always, we guarantee our work and parts. Brazing and silver solder repairs always seem to fail st some point but our firing pin is a lifetime firing pin.
These extraactors are made from W1 tool steel and will last. We leave them in the annealed state to prevent breakage. the stock units we have are fitted to the bolt in my collection but i can fit them to your bolt at the same price. (You pay inbound postage.). Return that Military Trainer to fully shootable conditionj and enjoy that piece of history.
These pins are an extact replacement of the original which are 2x10mm. Price is for 2 pins.
Included are both extractor springs. One large and one small. These springsa re left a little long to be cut to fit,
Lebanese / Syrian Berthier .22 Carbine
Parts we have made are as follows:
(1) Firing pin
(2) Firing Pin Retaining Pin
(4) Extractor Spring
(5) Extractor retaining pin
Lebanese / Syrian Berthier .22 Carbine Clone
This is a work in process of converting a M16 Berthier from 8mm to .22
Parts made thus far include:
(2)Chamber adapter with .22 liner
(3)Still to make, Bolt Head
(4)Still to make, Bolt Stop
April 20, 2016
As a collecter of military .22 caliber rifles, I have a MAS 1936 Tir Reduit 5.5L in my collection. After only being able to ocassionally find the cartridge adapters in France at the price of 65 Euros delivered I decided to produce some of the cartridge adapters, the cartridge press and the release tools. All will be produced based on iterest. Below are the pictures of what I will be producing.
MAS 1936 Tir Reduit 5.5L
We are currently considering tooling up to produce several hundred cartridge adapters for the MAS 1936 Tir Reduit 5.5L. The projected price is ~ $50.00 each. If you are in need of these adapters, please email me at email@example.com. Prices for the press and the cartridge disassembly tool have not been determined as yet and as usual, the more that are made the cheaper it becomes. Interest in these will determine the quantity we will be running.