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Old 04-10-2012, 05:18 PM   #1
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Anyone Have a Manual For A Polish Wz-48 .22LR Training Rifle

I got myself a A Polish WZ-48 .22LR Training Rifle awhile back but do not have a manual or any kind of instructions for it. If anyone has such I would certainly appreciate it if you could make a copy available to me.

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Glenn B
 
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Old 07-08-2015, 06:06 PM   #2
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Finally fired the darned thing after having it for over 4 years and 8 months. Lots of fun but a bit tedious because it can be a pain to get a cartridge in there just right with its weird extractor set-up.

I pretty much did a detailed strip of it tonight and that was without a manual or exploded parts diagram as I just cannot find either. Manual or no manual, it needed to be fully taken down and cleaned. I must say this is one of the most simple rifles, as far as number of parts and disassembly/assembly go, that I own. The only things I did not take apart were the sights and the bolt. While I did remove the firing pin from the bolt, I could not figure out how to take apart the rest of the bolt and figured why chance breaking it especially since parts would be hard if not impossible to find. As for the firing pin removal, that was easy, it is held in place by a screw.

I function checked it once back together and everything worked fine. Because it would be easy to reverse the firing pin, I also ran a couple of 22 blanks through it to assure I had gotten it right. Went bang each time.

I was thinking of selling it, still am but I am not as enthused about getting rid of it as I was before I stripped it and got it back together with nary a problem. Still though, it is a single shot and as I said, tedious to load. I'll have to debate whether or not I want to sell it. For now, I think a second trip to the range with it is in my near future.

All the best,
Glenn B
 
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