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Old 09-21-2013, 11:52 AM
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Great looking modification here! Anyone know of a place where these are currently in stock? I checked Numrich but they're all out of stock.

I found them on eBay....for around $30!! Shooweee....I like $4 a lot better

(also, Pete - I like your idea for screwing it right into the existing screw-hole.)
Checked again and for sure my h001's have 8-36 screws not 8-40, Be aware and don't strip your threads.
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Bob's Gun Parts in the Marlin section. The link:

http://www.gun-parts.com/marlin/
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I found some at homestead parts but wasn't sure which would be better, the pre or post 64 ring. Anyone have any advice? The pre 64 ring seemed to have a thicker screw attached to the stud.
The pre-64 ring's stud threads are too large in diameter to enter/fit the receiver threads - a post-64 Winchester saddle ring is indicated.

Gold post-64 SR's are available from Bob's Gun Parts ($25): http://www.gun-parts.com/winchesterrifle/



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Here is one on a Henry H001T (Silver Sheriff)





As COSteve indicated, this is a very simple, easy operation. I put my ring a bit forward of the position Winchester used on the 1894; it was intentional.
Very nice Rick-F
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Using the existing screw hole is a good idea - and along the lines of what's done with the Winchester 9422 and the aftermarket take down screws with a saddle ring attached.



Adding a strip of latigo leather will keep it from wearing on the receiver (receiver cover on a Henry).

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Bob's is out. Anyone know where I can get one? Gold preffered.

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The pre-64 ring's stud threads are too large in diameter to enter/fit the receiver threads - a post-64 Winchester saddle ring is indicated.

Gold post-64 SR's are available from Bob's Gun Parts ($25): http://www.gun-parts.com/winchesterrifle/



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$25???????? Are they crazy?
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$25???????? Are they crazy?
They are expensive. Even on EBAY - Starting at $20.00 and up. Won' be adding one too soon.
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$10.. Pretty good deal...

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/Products/967840B.htm
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I used the "EASY' button, since I'm a big K.I.S.S. fan - and simply screwed in a post-64 Winchester 94 saddle ring into a receiver cover screw hole - the threads are identical.



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I did the same and it looks great. No muss no fuss
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The one listed in a previous post from Gun Parts Corporation does NOT fit! Threads are too big.
I bought one, thinking the poster had successfully used it. Henry Youth Model, about 3 years old.
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Adding a Saddle Ring to Your Rifle

Can anyone actually explain the purpose of a saddle ring and its use?

I ask because I don't really know and don't see its purpose for the ring once the rifle is slid into its saddle scabbard.

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Can anyone actually explain the purpose of a saddle ring and its use?

I ask because I don't really know and don't see its purpose for the ring once the rifle is slid into its saddle scabbard.




A picture is worth a thousand words..............





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Old 11-13-2016, 11:21 AM
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I don't know about a thousand words but it defiantly answered my question.

Thank you


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