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Old 11-08-2012, 6:27 PM
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Default K98 wont go bang :( :(

So i just got my AX 40, i took it out yesterday to shoot, and when i pulled the trigger, it goes 'click', no bang, nothin, not even an indentation on the primer, the firing pin looks fine, as does the spring, but Ive never had this happen before. What do you think?
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Have you checked firing pin protrusion?
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Ive never had this issue before, all i know is that its either the firing pin or bolt spring.
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I had that happen with my father's Brazilian Mauser a few years ago. Turns out the grease and cosmo inside the bolt shroud was so sticky, it was dampening the firing pin strike. Stripped the bolt, cleaned and oiled, no more issues.
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I had that happen with my father's Brazilian Mauser a few years ago. Turns out the grease and cosmo inside the bolt shroud was so sticky, it was dampening the firing pin strike. Stripped the bolt, cleaned and oiled, no more issues.
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I had that happen with my father's Brazilian Mauser a few years ago. Turns out the grease and cosmo inside the bolt shroud was so sticky, it was dampening the firing pin strike. Stripped the bolt, cleaned and oiled, no more issues.
Same thing with my M48 Mauser, my guess is you have the same problem.
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I know with our Mosins, we have the handy dandy Mosin tool to check firing pin protrusion. What about on my new/old Turkish Mauser, how does one do it? What are the specs?
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Google the spec, measure with calipers.
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Dam lol for some reason the bolt on the K98 i a f*cking pain to take apart, I'll give her a good cleaning and let you guys know how it goes. thank you!

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If it's a pain, must be something else wrong. I also have an AX 1940 and the bolt comes apart in about 2 minutes with help of that handy dandy round metal fitting in the shoulder stock. But yeah, it should come right apart for you unless something is really bound up in there.
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Google Mauser bolt disassembly if you're having trouble. They're pretty easy to take apart.
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I had that happen with my father's Brazilian Mauser a few years ago. Turns out the grease and cosmo inside the bolt shroud was so sticky, it was dampening the firing pin strike. Stripped the bolt, cleaned and oiled, no more issues.
This was my first thought also.

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take apart the ENTIRE gun and clean every nook and cranny you can find !
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Like the other chaps said, I would check the bolt for cosmo build up. Either that or the firing pin is short or maybe bent. Ya i know what your talking about, the K98 bolt is something else to field strip.
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Cosmoline. Had the same problem with my Yugo 24
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Cosmoline. Had the same problem with my Yugo 24
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Cleaned it, gutteded it, and checked protrusion...firing pin is short...doesnt even come all the way out it, stops just short of actually being able to strike the primer....so, now that we have that cleared up, who has spare K98 firing pins?
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https://www.libertytreecollectors.co...?idproduct=864
Or try gunbroker they usually have them anywhere from 25-80 bucks depending on condition and year.
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Man this sucks. Maybe you should have picked the other one you were looking at.
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Im getting that one at the end of the month ...but yes it does indeed suck...kinda bummed, but i LOVE THIS rifle!
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Add in a new aftermarket k98 spring along with the new firing pin, and if the bolt interior is otherwise clean and clear of old cosmoline, you should have no further problems.
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I traded out the spting and firing pin, it went bang, but a few just clicked...cant tell if theyre just bad strikes or bad primers
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I traded out the spting and firing pin, it went bang, but a few just clicked...cant tell if theyre just bad strikes or bad primers
Are you using 50s Yugo surplus by any chance?
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Nice if it goes bang then it works! Sounds like your using 50's yugo ammo??
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Wow....lol were you guys watching me?.... Yah its yugo surplus, I've honestly never had misfires with those...until now lol
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Have you checked headspace? I have a field headspace gauge that I have checked all my Mausers with. My 03 Turk, the only one I will keep, BARELY passes. A slight nudge will close the bolt with that gauge in. It shoots everything but early 50's yugo 100%. with Yugo it is about 15%, but 90% of those will fire the second time. I have lots of Turk ammo to shoot in the 03, so no problem.

I had an unissued 24/47 at that time, and a M48. These bolts worked in the 03. The gun shot 100% of the 50's Yugo with the non original bolts. The bolt handle with the 24/47 bolt when in the 03 would to about 1:30. With the M48 bolt to about 1:55. For reference, the Turk bolt closed to about 2:58.

So, probably, it is an ammo/ headspace thing, choose one. Too bad those Mauser armorers aren't on every street corner as they were, so you are left with ammo.

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Wow....lol were you guys watching me?.... Yah its yugo surplus, I've honestly never had misfires with those...until now lol
My K98 has occasional problems with 50s yugo stuff. I get maybe 1-2 FTF every 30 rounds or so. It fires every other type of ammo I've tried in it fine, so I'm gonna blame the ammo for the FTF.
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I took her out today with some romanian steel cased stuff, and she fired EVERY time...i guess it was the ammo, at least now that my firing pin has been replaced...it was almost half an inch shorter than a regular sized firing pin
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my first mosin i watched u tube about a hundred times on how the take the bolt apart and clean it. well i still managed to screw it up. no big deal i just started over and did it right. my M-48 mauser i took it apart including the claw extractor and reassembled it without a problem.i like my mauser but my mosins are my first love.
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