• Savage 110 Bolt Assembly Parts

    The following diagram shows all of the parts of a Savage Model 10/110 bolt assembly.



    Bolt Head
    Front Baffle
    Spring Washer
    Bolt Head Retaining Pin
    Firing Pin Assembly
    Cocking Piece Sleeve
    Cocking Piece Pin
    Bolt Body
    Rear Baffle
    Bolt Handle
    Bolt Assembly Screw (BAS)

    DISCLAIMER:
    The information contained in this article and the attached video are for educational purposes only. Should you choose to use this information to alter or modify your firearm you do so of your own accord. In doing so you accept full responsibility for any adverse affects, damages, injuries and/or death that may occur as a result.


    Comments 15 Comments
    1. Ranger3's Avatar
      Ranger3 -
      A brief description of how to disassemble would be helpful
    1. geargrinder's Avatar
      geargrinder -
      Easy.

      Remove BAS
      Slide cocking sleeve up
      Remove Cocking pin
      Remove firing pin assembly
      Remove bolt retaining pin
      Remove bolt head

      Done.
    1. jheger's Avatar
      jheger -
      How about a detailed description on how to disassemble and put back together with pictures to aid someone in the process. Thanks
    1. brasse's Avatar
      brasse -
      Same here, detailed photos please as I am ready to take mine apart for a new bolt head.
    1. Rupe's Avatar
      Rupe -
      Make that times 3! That would really help us out alot.
      Rupe
    1. geargrinder's Avatar
      geargrinder -
      It's really not that hard. Once the BAS is removed, everything just slides apart.

      I'm a licensed engineeer and I was able to do it without pictures, instructions, or a caveman helping me.

      See? Anyone can do it.

      http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/e...t_padToSqu.png
    1. brasse's Avatar
      brasse -
      Slide cocking sleeve up
      Remove Cocking pin
      How about some real instructions. Which way us up, front or backwards???
      Does the Cocking pin screw in??

      I have been trying to remove this for 20 minutes and can't figure how to remove it.
    1. geargrinder's Avatar
      geargrinder -
      Once the BAS is off. The cocking sleeve can slide toward the open end of the bolt body. When it stops sliding, the cocking pin can just pull out. Then the cocking sleeve can come all the way out with the firing pin assembly.
    1. brasse's Avatar
      brasse -
      Still no good. I tried sliding it towards the open end of the bolt, with the cocking pin in line with the bolt head pin, and nothing. Tried prying with a screwdriver nothing going.

      Also tried with the cocking pin turned into the keyway so it is 90 degrees from the bolt head pin, again nothing.
    1. geargrinder's Avatar
      geargrinder -
      I'm not following what you are saying.

      Push the cocking sleeve with your finger through the cocking ramp opening. It may help to move the cocking pin around while doing this just to get things moving.
    1. Blue Avenger's Avatar
      Blue Avenger -
      http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...agebolt008.jpg

      Not a great picture. The sleeve that has the cocking pin locked in has a larger round hole on the right side that lets the pin pull out. The pin has a grove in it that retains the pin when the sleeve is slid to the left.The sleeve is inside the bolt body surrounding the firing pin. You have to shake things a bit or poke at it to get the sleeve to slide to the left.
    1. geargrinder's Avatar
      geargrinder -
      Here's a youtube video.

      He explains it pretty well. Just don't let your stuff drop on the ground like he did.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIwyywJZf-4
    1. brasse's Avatar
      brasse -
      The guys dissasembly was good. My sleeve was hanging up, did not slide at all. I put on my 6.8 bolt head
      (without extractor) so I can install the new barrel when it gets here.

      But the guys assembly was HORRIBLE. The money shots were just not helpful, everything to hime is down.

      I have the bolt head extractor alligned with the front baffle the side with the extended ridge. This slides into the reciever on the right side.

      But I have the Savage logo on the bolt at about 330 degrees when looking forwards and the cocking pinlong slot directly up and in alignment with the bolt head pin.

      He says to have the cocking pin in the short slot, but in that position I can't get the BAS to start threading.
      Of course when in the long slot the BAS threads on easily.
    1. brasse's Avatar
      brasse -
      Finally got it, thanks.

      I will have this apart a cople dozen times coming up. Have a SSS fluted bolt coming, than the barrel and finally putting the extractor into the 6.8 bolt head.
    1. Rupe's Avatar
      Rupe -
      That vid. helps alot, Thanks!

      Rupe

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