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Old 04-19-2009, 5:46 AM
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Cool Custom Anschutz Bolt knob

I got bored at the shop the other day watching the machinist work so I drew
up a bolt knob for my 1502D and this is what I ended up with when he
finished after it was anodized. I ran a few extra for some friends and had
some left over. I like it the more I use it. Sure beats the little plastic ball it
came with.








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Old 04-19-2009, 7:14 AM
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How it is attached?
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How it is attached?
Anschutz bolt knobs are threaded on.
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That really looks nice.

However, my Anschutz 1413 bolt works well enough for my purposes. And I wouldn't think of changing it. However, if I had a model like yours, I think it would be pretty cool to have a larger bolt knob.

And...Anschutz bolts do not have a threaded handle, at least the ones that I have used (perhaps the cheaper (maybe "less expensive" would be a better term) versions do.
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And...Anschutz bolts do not have a threaded handle, at least the ones that I have used (perhaps the cheaper (maybe "less expensive" would be a better term) versions do.
Even the 54's have 'em nowadays. They started showing up on 64's and 54's around 2001-2003. Anschutz calls them the "Target Knob". They are very easy to see, as they are somewhat larger than the knobs on the one-piece bolts, and are for the most part, plastic.
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Ok, my MP-R 64 is pre 2001 so that explains that. Thanks.
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I agree, thanks for the updated info on the bolt handles...
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