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Old 05-05-2011, 04:30 PM
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Removing the barrel from a 9422

Just aquired a Winchester 9422 in .22 WMR as I want to fit a silencer ( dont worry its OK in the UK ) any advice on how to remove the barrel from the action so I can thread it would be appreciated
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:37 AM
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If I remember correctly you need to remove the breakdown screw then the barrel slips out, if I am not remembering correctly it MAY be one of the threaded in barrels.

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Old 05-07-2011, 04:21 PM
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The locating pin is out but the barrel is mighty tight in the receiver however my lathe man thinks he can manage to cut the thread with the receiver still attached , only downside is the silencer will have to be unscrewed to reload , worth it to take the " bark " off
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Old 05-07-2011, 06:00 PM
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You should be able to find a take down digram some where on the web. I would start with the Winchester web page, or gogle 9922 scamitic.
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Old 05-08-2011, 02:33 PM
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Eggy,

I would ask Winchester since they built the thing, eh, wot? Just what does "a Silencer is ok in the UK" mean? Are there Registration Restrictions? If not, please convey that logic to the BATFE in the USA! After all, we are the Former Colonies and may have missed the "Silencer ok" Business, eh, wot?

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Old 05-09-2011, 07:36 PM
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Old 05-10-2011, 03:21 PM
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Eggy,

I would ask Winchester since they built the thing, eh, wot? Just what does "a Silencer is ok in the UK" mean? Are there Registration Restrictions? If not, please convey that logic to the BATFE in the USA! After all, we are the Former Colonies and may have missed the "Silencer ok" Business, eh, wot?

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Yeah you colonials can have assault rifles but no silencers over here a Sound Moderator needs to be shown on your Fire Arms Certificate for each rifle , except air rifles they are exempt but you can purchase a air rifle mod and use it on a .22 rimmie generaly sound mods dont carry any serial numbers but are still shown on your licence as " no name / no number " . there you go pip pip
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Old 05-11-2011, 03:40 PM
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Eggy,

How very Logical your last post was. I wonder WHY you need a License with, or without, "name/number." I understand your Constitution is unwritten and that may cause some problems when you choose to EXERCISE your gun Rights.

We Colonials had the wit, and wisdom, to put our Gun Rights into our written Constitution and we know where we stand. Where are your Gun Rights in your Unwritten Constitution? Now, there you go, pip, pip!

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Old 05-11-2011, 06:14 PM
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Just aquired a Winchester 9422 in .22 WMR as I want to fit a silencer ( dont worry its OK in the UK ) any advice on how to remove the barrel from the action so I can thread it would be appreciated
Silencers are ok here too..we just have to pay a tax to have one. But for one time use they are easy to make for a rimfire.. A little bit of around the law is necessary every now and again. A friend just bought a H&K MP5 with suppressor.. Now the fool is going to get married. I found a civil war cannon for his father..but his wife is dead set against it. Sigh To be honest..the firearm laws in the UK are horrendous..and not only that... Almost anywhere you go and you are under surveillance... Cameras everywhere. bbbrrrr Bad 'nuff in this country..
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