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How to remove the hand guard on a Browning Browning?
Discussion in ‘ Firearm Maintenance, Modification, Safety And Trou ‘ started by granthol, Dec 13, 2015 . I have searched and can’t come up with directions to remove the stock and hand guard on the BLR. It appears the stock is pretty straight forward, remove recoil pad, remove the screw inside the stock to the receiver and wiggle off.
How do you remove the hand guard on a BLR?
I have searched and can’t come up with directions to remove the stock and hand guard on the BLR. It appears the stock is pretty straight forward, remove recoil pad, remove the screw inside the stock to the receiver and wiggle off.
What is the rear sight on a Browning?
Rear sight is two screws (that come with the sight) and the front sight was just a matter of tapping it in. The rear peep sight is from Williams Gun Sight Company. I pulled out the back two factory installed screws for a scope mount. Then I loosened the windage and elevation screws on the peep sight and pulled those off.
Is there a better Browning BLR than the Winchester?
Browning BLR: A Bolt Rifle Operated by a Lever. Introduced in 1969, the Browning Lever-Action Rifle (BLR) operates in a similar manner to the earlier Winchester Model 88: It uses a detachable box magazine in lieu of a tubular magazine and locks up by means of a rotating bolt head, much as a bolt-action rifle does.
What’s the average weight of a Browning BLR?
My Lyman digital trigger scale gave an average reading of 5 pounds, 4 ounces; and while the front part of the trigger pull is a bit gritty, the accuracy of the rifle makes up for this. This BLR was very happy with a good number of factory loads, as well as my own handloads.
Is there a Browning BLR with a tubular magazine?
Because of its lack of a tubular magazine, the Browning BLR is not limited to round- or flat-nosed bullets. This is yet another reason this design is often referred to as a “bolt rifle operated by a lever,” and the BLR has nearly the same hunting potential as the bolt guns.