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    Need help with M1922 Bolt

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    I have this bolt that was extra with my M1922. Any idea why this would have been in the box with a rearsenaled/upgraded early M1922.The bolt in the rifle is serial numbered to the rifle. Would anyone have a need for it and if so I will part with it.
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    Your bolt is a model 1922M2 not a M1922. M1922 has a dual firing pin striker. At one time they were very plentiful as surplus. Numrich used many in their .22 cal conversion for M1903 / A3 rifles.

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    These bolts are perfect to convert a low number rifle with a bad bore to 22 rim fire with a nice barrel liner. There are a few gunsmiths doing this conversion
    and they can be quite accurate (I know as I have one)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCS View Post
    These bolts are perfect to convert a low number rifle with a bad bore to 22 rim fire with a nice barrel liner. There are a few gunsmiths doing this conversion
    and they can be quite accurate (I know as I have one)
    On my project list! Would love a Rock Island with the script style font with this conversion.

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    Thanks all I appreciate the information. Very Very helpful!

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