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I would like to replace my (2) action screws on my Match 54 dated 1969 Anschutz
does anyone know where I could get Hex Head type? I tried calling Anschutz In
Alabama and all they had was the one's I would have to cut down which I could not do.

This is for a 1407/1408

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Old 05-10-2021, 04:12 PM
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Someone will be able to tell you soon. I remember them being available in the custom/aftermarket.

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Try J&P (an RFC sponsor) at this link:

https://www.jnpgunsprings.com/ANSCHUTZ-PARTS-c20967359

Great guys to deal with!

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Call J&P and give them the length you need for both. They will fix you up.
https://www.jnpgunsprings.com/ANSCHUTZ-PARTS-c20967359

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I too have used their product and found them to be excellent high quality parts. Measure carefully!
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Call them or contact J&P on their website, and Pete or Jim will tell you exactly how to measure the length of the screws you need.

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Call them or contact J&P on their website, and Pete or Jim will tell you exactly how to measure the length of the screws you need.

Doug

Thanks all for the help, will contact them tomorrow.

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I went with JNP hex heads and I am very happy. Communicate the exact size (diameter & length in millimeters) of your current screws. The current length differs from front and back.


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Hex Screws

These are available in .75 thread(as used by Annie) in varying lengths from E Bay
have purchased twice
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