Numrich has the entire striker assembly of which the cocking piece is one part. I bought the complete 591 striker assembly for $38.00. A lot more expensive than the cocking piece which sells for $6.60. Only no one has the cocking piece in stock. Since my 591 is my daily varmint rifle, I am glad to get in back into service when the parts arrive from Numrich.
- 5mm Forums
- → Most Liked Content
Most Liked Content
Posted by Gary W on 13 February 2016 - 11:18 AM
Posted by Issa Akhbar on 26 March 2013 - 08:29 AM
Posted by autoknife on 11 March 2012 - 12:34 PM
Posted by Matt5MM on 03 March 2012 - 07:32 AM
Posted by JFK52 on 14 January 2016 - 05:43 PM
I have been experiencing a multitude of misfires lately. I took my 591 to my gunsmith and had him take apart the bolt. I have a broken firing pin. No problem as Numrich has them and I have a couple spares. Another problem is that the cocking piece has a hairline crack that covers about 75% of the circumference of the piece. It is part number 18 on the Remington diagram. The factory part number is 14007. I have been unable to find this part so far with my online searches.
Can anyone direct me to a source for this part. Numrich does NOT have them in stock. I do not know if this part is common with any other series of Remington rifles as the 581s, or if a 581 part could be adapted to work. I think they take a different drift pin set up.
Any help will be greatly appreciated. I have cross posted this request on the Remington thread on the Rimfire Central forum.
- Byhalia likes this
Posted by joejo on 08 July 2015 - 11:47 AM
my 591 that is listed in the 5mm photos is for sale. it will come with some parts and another stock that has a satin finish and nicely checkered it is a nice gun 600 bucks for everything there are also 3 magazines with it!!
call or text joe 724-541-83sixsix
- Eric Mayer likes this
Posted by Gary W on 12 July 2013 - 07:41 PM
Lil Gun with a 32 grain bullet and a non magnum primer.
Moly is a lube but I keep it out of my rifles these days. If it works for you......~
Yes the moly is wonderful, well a 30 grain moly coated lead bullet at 2680 fps with 6.7 gr of #9 (in January) gave me the best accuracy of anything I have ever loaded or shot in the 5mm (both RF and CF)
How many grains of lilgun you use with the 32??? I was speaking about lead bullets and your 32s may be but makes me wonder if you are speaking about jacketed bullets… that is awesome velocity and I don’t get anywhere near that with any powder bullet combo (32 gr v-max and 26 gr VGs) (powders were Enforcer - AA#9 – lilgun - 2200 – h-110 and power pistol),
But I also heard there is a big difference in lead… mine was all melted tire weights… I must have been very lucky for everything to work as it did but then being told about the leading up at that velocity and how hard it is to clean scared me off… that is until I got the itch for plinking rounds…
Quick Load showed me a velocity of up to 2862 fps with the 32 gr v-max but in real life I could only get a max velocity 2200 with 7.3 grs of powder and accuracy was only so-so.
Even though this thread is about the lead bullets and I would like to learn more about them I am also highly interested in your load. I would appreciate any help you could provide in helping me obtain that velocity and accuracy too…
- Gary W likes this
Posted by Issa Akhbar on 11 April 2013 - 09:14 PM
- Pooder likes this
Posted by ohiomuskyhunter on 27 February 2013 - 11:15 AM
- ohiomuskyhunter likes this
Posted by reelman1 on 07 January 2013 - 05:00 PM
- Hrcnsfan likes this
Posted by AMMOe on 27 June 2012 - 07:40 PM
Wouldn't you know it??~AMMOe
- Eric Mayer likes this
Posted by 5MMEagle on 11 April 2012 - 04:45 PM
- Turnedforgood likes this