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Thread: Norinco JW20 Takedown .22lr

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer Hitzy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboyfireman View Post
    This is a rather complex firearm for Norinco to replicate. I wouldn't buy one without being able to shoot it first.
    It's a dead simple 100 year old design, check the rimfires thread, there is a discussion going. They work fine after a total tear down and cleaning.
    People are getting some with cracked stocks out of the box however, dried out from 25 years of storage.
    Last edited by Hitzy; 04-02-2019 at 08:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitzy View Post
    Hey NS, do you stock any spare parts for these rifles?
    I contacted them when I lost my parts roughly 2 weeks ago, they said that they are on order with no ETA.
    You have to contact them to make sure what you want is on order though just in case. Still have to send my request in.

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    I just picked up a JW-20 today, a lot of time soaking it to try to get the release to move to allow the barrel to turn. After a lot of wiggling, I managed to get the barrel off, cleaned things up, got out most of the crud and rust, yep, a bit of rust in parts of the action. I can put it back together if I am careful, but the release is very stiff, and not something I would consider a take down.
    Is there anything that holds the "Barrel Lock Ring" onto the barrel? Not the adjusting ring that is threaded, the one that holds the barrel lock, spring, and plunger.
    This design has me confused, and help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    have one - accurate for a 22 take down and has the threaded barrel for the day we can use suppressor - ate the walmart winchester ammo with only a ammo issue (bad primer).
    Only thing I did different was strip the wood and soaked the parts in diesel, cleaned and hung to dry.
    And pay attention to the barrel lock - do not pull it out of the keyway, it has some rather small parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulR42 View Post
    Is there anything that holds the "Barrel Lock Ring" onto the barrel? Not the adjusting ring that is threaded, the one that holds the barrel lock, spring, and plunger.
    This design has me confused, and help would be appreciated. Thanks
    The forend compresses that ring down so it stays in place. Take the forend off and you can slide the ring out. Small parts hidden in there...

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