The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. Posts 2, Well, Folks, I got the hammer spring off, but it wasn't a pretty site. You see I cocked the hammer and pulled the trigger before putting in the pin, just to see if I could remove the strut and spring from the front.
You see, if I put a pin in the hole that is exposed after the hammer is cocked, there is an arch that precludes removing the spring and strut from the lower tang. Well, the spring and strut flew into orbit in my shop and after a small search, I found the two. Now I'm gonna go to ACE hardware tomorrow and see if I can find a replacement spring to mess around with before any attempt to re-install. Thanks for all the help and advice so far By the way, the bolt comes out easy once you know the secret behind the lever pin!
Interesting Winchester that you have. Could you post some pictures of the trigger assembly? PatrickIt is not possible at this time for me to take any pictures of this trigger assembly. PM me you mail addy and I'll send you a replacement for the I have a couple left from my 94 days. My Winnie in. My wife bought me a 94AE for Christmas and my son thought it would be a better surprise if it was given to me in multiple boxes. The largest part was the barreled receiver.
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I had no experience with the Win 94, but I did a search on the net and found a great video on Youtube. In 30 minutes I had it back together. Posts 2, Originally Posted by fecmech Don't worry about the spring Shuz. Thanks for the kind offer! PM sent! Thanks, but I live out in the country and my internet access is such that videos on sites like You Tube don't work well and cost me a lot in download usage bits.
I'm so remote that they have to pump sunlight to me, and right now that's real hard due to all the smoke from the fires! Ok, I understand. Sounds like a great place to live. Slight problem tho, the spring is about 10 coils shorter than the heavy duty stock spring, and it a tad wider in diameter so that it binds a tad bit when the butt stock is installed.
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Seems to work well, action is a lot easier to work and it sure lightened the pull, but it still buries my 72 ounce gauge! I'm now awaiting one of the springs offered by fecmec, and we'll see how that one works.
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We finally got some rain today, first in about 3 months and I hope to get out within the next couplea days to see if this new hammer spring has enuf oomph to set off the primers. Remember Me? Our Annual server fund drive is going on now! This donation drive helps fund Cast Boolits for an entire year, and helps support our 2nd amendment rights! Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread: Winchester 94AE takedown help needed. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. It has been a few years since I took down my Model 94AE in. Hope this helps, Robert. First thing you do. Sigmund Freud.
I don't know if you cut the spring yet but leave that as the last resort and when you do take 1 coil at a time and try it.
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I don't know if the 94AE in 44 mag is the same as my 94AE in , but mine had a rebounding hammer and a really stiff spring. If you got a Android tablet or phone, go to the Google Play and get the Winchester 94 explained app by Gerard Henrotin. Originally Posted by Patrick Shuz--Just put a paper clip in the hole and capture the spring.
Well, Folks, I got the hammer spring off, but it wasn't a pretty site.
Originally Posted by Shuz. Don't worry about the spring Shuz. Shuz, I'm not trying to be rude, but have you tried going to Google or Bing and doing an image search?
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Well, I got some springs from ACE hardware, and today I installed one of them in the trigger mechanism. Our test rifle is chambered for the popular. The Model 94 is the best selling sporting rifle of all time, and the. It is hard to go wrong with this combination.
Because this is my personal rifle I have had the opportunity to put a reasonable variety of ammunition through it over a number of range sessions. We did our testing at the Isaac Walton rifle range south of Eugene, Oregon. This outdoor facility provides solid shooting benches and target distances of 25, 50, and yards. We used a Caldwell Lead Sled rifle rest loaded with a single 25 pound bag of shot for stability.
Bob and I fired 3-shot groups at yards. I also fired a couple of reference groups at 25 yards for comparison to an old Winchester Model carbine manufactured in equipped with iron sights that we were testing that same day. First, for comparison to the old carbine, I fired two 3-shot groups at 25 yards. For the first 25 yard group I used a reload consisting of a Speer grain Flat Point bullet in front of 33 grains of IMR powder.
This is a full power hunting load that essentially duplicates the standard grain factory load. For the second 25 yard group I used a light reload consisting of a Speer grain Varminter JHP bullet in front of The best 25 yard 3-shot group that I shot this day with the old rifle's iron sights using the grain Remington Core-Lokt factory load measured 1".
The difference between the two rifles was primarily a function of the Leupold scope. Which is why I scope all of my hunting rifles. Bob Fleck shot the best group of the day with the scoped pre '64 Model 94 using the grain reloads. That is the best group ever fired with this rifle. It is a good, accurate rifle, but it's not usually that good! The average size of my yard, 3-shot groups with the Speer grain Varminter bullet and This is what I would consider typical for a modern hunting rifle using a 2. Of course, this modern hunting rifle is 44 years old! The best thing about any Model 94 carbine is its balance and handling qualities.
Just handling a Model 94 is a pleasure.