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Posted: May 14 2015 at 10:48pm | IP Logged Quote texasrifleman

I have been working on a strengthened action design based on the 1895 Winchester, with the hopes of starting to produce a small run of Magnum 1895s.

I will be working with a yet to be found CAD designer to modify and enlarge the action, but I need the design dimensions of all parts... have yet to find actual blueprints. Anyone who knows a good CAD designer would also be appreciated

Any help on these fronts is gratefully accepted!
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Posted: May 15 2015 at 2:41am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

That sounds like quite a project.  Any particular reason you chose the '95 Winchester over the '99 Savage?
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Posted: May 15 2015 at 9:21am | IP Logged Quote texasrifleman

Two main reasons... the first is Aesthetic, but secondly, the 1895 is a long action that would be easier to modify (also for the use of rimmed magnums). I'm a lefty, so I like lever guns for their speed and ease of use.
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Posted: May 16 2015 at 12:56am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Gotcha.  Might have a word w/ Sagittari, our Australian librarian.
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I have only ever seen one part print that I did not keep these may be of interest. It came from the same guy that did the prints for the Remington No 1 Rolling Block it may still pay to try and track the guy down. He did many designs in full.

Remington No 1 rolling Block

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Posted: May 16 2015 at 8:32pm | IP Logged Quote texasrifleman

Sagittarii wrote:
I have only ever seen one part print that I did not keep these may be of interest. It came from the same guy that did the prints for the Remington No 1 Rolling Block it may still pay to try and track the guy down. He did many designs in full.

Remington No 1 rolling Block

A5CCD_Winchester_Patents.zip

5CFFF_Winchester_Patents_1.zip


Thanks! I'd love to track him down to see if he has anything filed away... otherwise it will be reverse engineering.
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I did an online check it appears the company went bust they could possibly be contacted through the lawyers.
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Are you still looking for a CAD person?
I use SolidWorks and I would say I am of average skill.
But I would be interested in a project like this.
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