Bighorn Origin bolt help

Bighorn Origin bolt help

This is a discussion on Bighorn Origin bolt help within the Rifles forums, part of the Sniping Related category; I wasn't paying attention while I was attempting to remove the firing pin on the bolt of my Origin and I rotated the bolt shroud ...

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    Bighorn Origin bolt help

    I wasn't paying attention while I was attempting to remove the firing pin on the bolt of my Origin and I rotated the bolt shroud the wrong direction. It now appears to be stuck. I can't get it to budge or rotate back. Any suggestions on how I can get it oriented correctly again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalyst66 View Post
    I wasn't paying attention while I was attempting to remove the firing pin on the bolt of my Origin and I rotated the bolt shroud the wrong direction. It now appears to be stuck. I can't get it to budge or rotate back. Any suggestions on how I can get it oriented correctly again?

    IMG_20200121_222233 (1).jpg
    You will need to "cock" the striker and rotate it to the bolt open or cocked position. A vise with soft jaws will work to hold the cocking piece while yo rotate the rest of the bolt

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    Quote Originally Posted by renegade99 View Post
    You will need to "cock" the striker and rotate it to the bolt open or cocked position. A vise with soft jaws will work to hold the cocking piece while yo rotate the rest of the bolt
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