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    Rossi Model 59 - 22Mag - No Extraction - Oh Boy!!! - See Attached Pic

    Shot my Model 59 for 2nd day in a row, and after the 1st shot, it jammed, with no extraction of the spent shell and the fresh round on the carrier and trying to get into the chamber. See attached photo. How do I disassemble? Yes, I have tried to remove the take down screw, but no dice. As of now, it is not coming apart. Need some advice.

    Will advise as I proceed, so that others may learn from my misfortune.

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    Last edited by Trotline; 09-01-2019 at 09:28 PM.
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    Neat little rifle. I hope this is useful.

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    Sorry to hear that little pump is giving you problems. I have worked on model 52 and it disassembled just like the Winchester pump 22's. The video will help, but I will say getting the sideplate to slide out of its grooves in the receiver can be a challenge. I know on the Winchesters I have restored , I had problems. But once that is out the rest is just follow the bouncing ball stuff. However before trying to get the bolt out to verify if the extractor is broke. I would do some extended chamber cleaning to be sure cartridges aren't getting hung up by crud. Also parts for the Rossi's are difficult to find. But many of the Winchester parts may work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstring View Post
    Sorry to hear that little pump is giving you problems. I have worked on model 52 and it disassembled just like the Winchester pump 22's. The video will help, but I will say getting the sideplate to slide out of its grooves in the receiver can be a challenge. I know on the Winchesters I have restored , I had problems. But once that is out the rest is just follow the bouncing ball stuff. However before trying to get the bolt out to verify if the extractor is broke. I would do some extended chamber cleaning to be sure cartridges aren't getting hung up by crud. Also parts for the Rossi's are difficult to find. But many of the Winchester parts may work.

    Thanks for the encouragement and the link. I just knew someone on TA had experience with this older rimfire pump design. Will post here as the story develops, maybe not till next weekend.
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    Use a cleaning rod down from the muzzle to remove the stuck case. If the extractor is not broken then you should be back in business.

    Now, if I have misunderstood the reason for needing to dissemble the rifle then just ignore this post.
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    Thanks to all, I got the fired case out, the live round removed and the rifle action cycling as it should. To the range this AM, for a little live firing fun.
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