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    remington firing pin

    I have a remi 700 long action with the lockable bolt(this I never use). The firing pin spring is some what curly and I can feel and hear it scraping in the bolt body when I push it in. What are the best options to replace this. I have read that fancy light weight firing pin assemblies are available and will cut up to 40 % off the lock time. What do you guys think and where can I source a replacement in the UK

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    You can get a pacific tool replacement,type that in on the net and you will find out all you need to know,they are ment to be the dogs

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    swarovski, thanks for that. I have sent them an email, hopefully they can supply and send me the item

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    david tubb also sells replacments thats were i got mine he sells the pin and spring kit ,midway uk sell them

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    Try J&P, they do a replacemnet spring and will ship to the UK
    J&P Custom Products, LLC

    Neil.

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    Depends what you want,if a new bolt it will have to be proofed with the rifle I expect

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    Send me your address and i will pop a new silicon 28lb spring in the post to you

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