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Drift out takedown screw stop pin (3A) and remove takedown screw (2A) from guard (1A). Drift out action slide lock pivot (5A) from right to left. Remove action slide lock spring (6A) from hole in lower edge of action slide lock (4A). Lift action slide lock upward and out of guard. Remove carrier stop screw (7A).

Drift out carrier spring pin (8A) and lift carrier upward to allow removal of carrier spring (9A). Drift out hammer pin (12A). Remove hammer (13A) with carrier (10A), and hammer spring (15A) and guide rod (14A) intact. These parts are now easily separated. Drift out hammer spring abutment (17A) from left to right. Drift out trigger pin (19A) and remove trigger (20A) and spring (21A) upward out of guard. Hammer catch (22A) may now be lifted out of guard.

Place trigger lock (24A) in "off" position. Place a small drift or other suitable tool in small hole in lock visible through top of guard and turn lock clockwise (viewed from right side of guard) by moving drift forward. This will disengage plunger (26A) from detent slot in lock.

Drift lock out of guard to left, remove plunger (26A) and spring (25A) from hole inside lock hole. Removal of ejector stop (ISA) is accomplished by drifting out from rear of guard toward front. Reassemble in reverse. ■

Drawings Shotguns

Winchester Model 62A Rifle

By Thomas E. Wessel

Winchester 1906 Disassembly

The Winchester Model 62A cal. .22 tubular magazine rimfire rifle is a development of the Winchester Model 1890 introduced in that year. In 1932 the Model 1890 was superseded by the Model 62. In the original Model 62 the locking system was so designed that the slide handle moved approximately Va" to the rear before opening movement of the bolt commenced. On May 12, 1938, a change in the locking sys-

Thomas E. Wessel of Whippany, N.J., is a technical illustrator long interested in firearms.

tem was authorized to that formerly used in the Model 1890 wherein initial movement of the slide handle starts opening movement of the bolt. The actual designation of the rifle as Model 62A occurred in 1939 when the forearm was changed from 6" to SVs" in length, and the number of circular grooves on it from 10 to 17. In 1949 the forearm was again changed, to a semi-beavertail type.

The Model 62A is optionally offered in a .22 short gallery model or standard model handling .22 short, long, and long-rifle cartridges interchangeably.

Takedown of the Model 62A is accom-■ plished by unscrewing the assembly screw (40) and pulling it out until it clears the corresponding hole on the right rear of the receiver (1). Grasp stock and action assembly and barrel-receiver group firmly, and pull them apart. This disassembly is sufficient for cleaning the rifle

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2 To remove or replace stock, unscrew upper tang screw (18) and remove it from rifle. Pull stock (3) away from guard (4). A light tapping at rear of trigger guard with a plastic hammer may be necessary because inletting of stock to guard is often very tight. Further disassembly of this rifle is not recommended, except by a competent gunsmith, due to the manner in which key parts are 'stake-pinned' in place, and special tools are needed

3 This sectional drawing shows the Model 62A action closed and locked prior to firing. The cartridge in the carrier holds the cartridge stop (9) in "up" position retaining next round in magazine. After discharge, rear movement of the action slide handle (22) and action slide (25) cams breech bolt (42) from locking notches in either side of receiver (1). (Parts 22 and 25 not shown here.) Further rearward movement of the action slide draws back the breech bolt, ejects spent case, and cocks hammer (5). When slide handle is at rearmost position, carrier moves up, placing fresh cartridge in front of bolt which carries it into chamber. During this closing action the bolt also presses carrier downward, permitting another round to be moved into carrier, repeating the cycle. Action must be fyilly closed and locked before firing pin (47)

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Parts Legend

1. Receiver

2. Barrel

3. Buttstock

4. Guard

5. Hammer

6. Trigger

7. Carrier

8. Carrier lever

9. Cartridge stop

10. Cartridge stop pin

11. Carrier lever spring

12. Carrier lever spring screw

13. Carrier lever pin

14. Trigger spring

15. Assembling screw bushing

16. Hammer spring abutment pin

17. Trigger pin

18. Upper tang screw

19. Hammer spring abutment guide rod

20. Hammer spring

21. Hammer spring abutment

22. Action slide handle

23. Action slide handle screw (2)

24. Action slide handle escutcheon (2)

25. Action slide

26. Magazine tube, inside

27. Magazine spring

28. Magazine follower

29. Magazine plug

30. Magazine plug pin

31. Magazine tube, outside

32. Magazine ring, front

33. Magazine ring, rear

34. Magazine ring pin, rear

35. Front sight

36. Rear sight

37. Elevator

38. Slide cover

39. Slide cover stop screw

40. Assembling screw

41. Assembling screw stop pin

42. Breech bolt

43. Extractor

44. Firing pin stop

45. Firing pin stop pin (2)

46. Extractor pin

47. Firing pin

48. Firing pin spring

49. Buttplate

50. Buttplate screw (2)

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  • myrtle
    How to change the carrier in Winchester 1890?
    9 years ago
    How to remove Winchester 1890 forearm?
    9 years ago
  • rudolph
    Does the carrier lifter move inside the winchester 1890?
    7 years ago

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