Oversized bolt handles allow shooters rapid bolt manipulation, positive control, and greater clearance from the rifle’s optic.
After market bolt knobs come in two basic configurations; those that require the old knob be turned down into a threaded stud and those that remove the factory knob, drill a hole and install a stud to accept the knob. For this project, we will utilize the utilize the first kind.
Here we install a Brownells oversized bolt handle on a Remington 700 SPS.
1911 Rear sight installation (Novak style cut) Aftermarket sights are a common upgrade on 1911 pistols. We decided to install Heine Ledge sights on our Series 80 Stainless Officer’s ACP. The rear sight we ordered […]
External Remington 700 bolt stop- no step cut installation In our first post on installing an external bolt stop for an M700, we made a step cut into the receiver (similar to a Blackheart International […]