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    Question enfield jungle carbine

    hey guys i have a#5 jungle carbine
    was wondering if anybody makes the original bolt that goes all the way thru the stock for the buttpad?
    i have the repro stock set but id like to keep the original on it
    any info would help
    thanks

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    Hello zteknik,
    If you mean the transverse bolt that holds the Enfield stock to the receiver...you can make one from an American hex head bolt of virtually the same thread pitch. Turn or grind the hex head round to fit the hole in the butstock and slot that head (I use an angle grinder with a thin abrasive blade). A looong screwdriver is needed to tighten that bolt (a modified tire iron works).

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    sorry my bad
    its the long one in the back that holds the recoil pad on
    its a thinnish one almost like a long rod for one side with a slot
    and a slot screw on the other
    ive messed with the stock to reciever bolts before on others
    man some of them are brutal!
    wish i had a cam to show it
    my phone sucks for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by zteknik View Post
    sorry my bad
    its the long one in the back that holds the recoil pad on
    its a thinnish one almost like a long rod for one side with a slot
    and a slot screw on the other
    ive messed with the stock to reciever bolts before on others
    man some of them are brutal!
    wish i had a cam to show it
    my phone sucks for that
    You might try sarco. They were selling jungle carbine stocks and recoil pads a while ago.

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    will do
    forgot about them they usualy have a good supply of ww2 stuff
    thanks

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    oh yea!! duh definatley forgot about them!!
    there about a half hrs drive away from me!
    will definatley call them!
    thanks

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    thanks guys !
    called numrich they said come on by they might have some kickin round!
    looks like ill be takin a ride sat morning!

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    went up there today
    was worth my while!
    one of the guys searched for a bit and came back with one in hand!
    not the prettiest one by far-but i think the only original one they had!
    woods all battered dinged and chipped but all there
    gonna strip this one down of all usefull hardware and swap it to mine
    now ittl be correct.they had a few repros but not the original rear butplate screw design got one anyway just to use when taking it out plinkin so i dont
    futz the original up total cost on both with tax about 75 beans!
    thought id be paying more!
    now to find bayonet grips for the bayo that came with it one grip was missing
    mebbe a regular bayo grip will fit with some trimming
    any ideas?

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    Hello zteknik,
    Apparently Numrich didn't have any wood grips for the Enfield bayo. Try SARCO.
    VD

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