Screw Bit for Rear Stock Bolt -- Lee - Enfield
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- Order number: 08.102
The slotted bolt used to retain the rear stock of Lee-Enfield rifles is "buried" deep in the stock and difficult to remove or tighten when using common screw drivers - these often cause considerable damage to the bolt head. Even more prone to damage are the hollow bolts used in the No. 5 Mk I "Jungle Carbine" which by now are all but impossible to obtain as replacement parts in good condition.
To make the removal and re-assembly of the rear stock bolt easier a special screw - bit was developed which fits into the slots of standard Lee-Enfield and No.5 Mk I rear stock bolts. It allows for easier loosening of tight bolts and reduces the risk of damage considerably. The bit is inserted into a 13mm socket with a 1/4" drive where it is retained by a strong magnet.
- Screw Bit (PN 08.102) with magnet
Instructions for use:
- Before maintaining or working on any firearm always ensure that it is unloaded and safe!
Insert the bit into a 13mm socket with a 1/4" drive
Using two 1/4" extension bars the rear stock bolt can be reached and loosened / tightened by means of a ratchet or a cross bar. While loosening or tightening the bolt, the blade of the bit must be pressed firmly (!) into the slot in the bolt head.
- The bit is made out of high-strength steel which is not corrosion resistant. During storage protect the bit from corrosion.
Bolts and additional tools shown in the pictures are for illustration purposes and not part of the offered product.
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