REPAIR: My First Auto-5

Discussion in 'Browning Auto A-5' started by Rudolph31, Jul 21, 2017.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 Guest

    When the match called for revolver only...6 pins / 6 rounds timed...my S&W Model 629 was up to the task too !!


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    But wait...I'm sorry.

    This thread is about that beautiful Browning Auto-5 of yours...

    My bad...
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  2. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 20g

    Not a problem, Shooter. Look what my wife gave me for my birthday!
    S&W Model 29-10.
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  3. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 20g

    I thought I’d add a word about magazine extensions on Auto-5’s. You can buy one that adds 8 rounds, but because the mag is unsupported, I think 3 is the limit (Nordic says 4). Other guns can add a barrel clamp, but the barrel on an Auto-5 reciprocates, so that isn’t possible. Still, an 8 shot Auto-5 is awesome!
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  4. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 20g

    This is the new, thick rail Locking Block. Using this part requires a new Breech Block to accommodate the thicker rail.

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  5. robert guilliams

    robert guilliams .270 WIN

    Morning all:
    Rudolph31 have you removed and replaced any magazine tubes on the A5. My 36 magazine tube is starting to chip off on the end where the cap screws on. Looks like I will need to make some tools, but looks pretty straight forward. Gonna need barrel extension also. Have old barrel so hopefully it will come off. Just wondered if you had any experience with doing one. This will be my first one on an A5.
  6. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 20g

    Changing a mag tube or a barrel extension isn’t something I’d want to try. But Art shows how it’s done here:

  7. robert guilliams

    robert guilliams .270 WIN

    Well not as bad as I thought. Special tool and a little heat and it came right off. Don’t know the torque on these extensions but I would guess a couple hundred foot pounds.

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