2010 North American Coins & Prices: A Guide to U.S., by Harry Miller, Thomas Michael, David C. Harper

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By Harry Miller, Thomas Michael, David C. Harper

'This distinctive publication provide you with collector values are given for cash from the united states, Canada and Mexico indexed in as much as eleven grades of situation, reflecting either collector marketplace call for and sky-high useful metals costs. New chapters were additional to ascertain the 4 interesting new 2009 cents and 6 fascinating new 2009 quarters of the us. you will get suggestion approximately procuring, grading, organizing and storing cash besides. greater than 3,000 pictures together with obverse and opposite relief in coin identification.

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Since they are mechanically the same, these instructions apply to all guns in the 69 series including the Model 697, except for removal of sights. The basic magazine was a 5-shot detachable box type, but a 10-shot version was available as an optional accessory.  Remove the magazine and back out the main stock screw on the underside of the stock, forward of the magazine plate. Remove the action from the stock.  To remove the bolt, hold the trigger in the pulled position while opening the bolt and moving it out the rear of the receiver.

A drift punch of very small diameter is required to remove the vertical pins at the front of the bolt, which retain the two extractors. The punch shown was made in the shop for this purpose. The pins must be driven out upward, and the extractors and their small coil springs are taken off from each side.  The formed steel that is the magazine catch is secured on the right side of the magazine housing by a single screw.  Remove the front magazine housing screw.  Remove the rear screw from the magazine housing and remove the magazine housing downward.

Then, move the firing pin all the way to the rear, tip its rear end downward and remove it from the bolt. The clearances are very close here, so proceed with care.  Remove the bolt handle sleeve toward the rear.  A drift punch of very small diameter is required to remove the vertical pins at the front of the bolt, which retain the two extractors. The punch shown was made in the shop for this purpose. The pins must be driven out upward, and the extractors and their small coil springs are taken off from each side.

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