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Old 09-02-2018, 07:06 PM
BRMPCF50 BRMPCF50 is offline
 
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See post#8.

Private message me with your e-mail address and I'll be happy to email you pdfs of the relevant pages from the Remington Service Manual and the US Army Technical Manual TM 9-1005-206-14P/4, Operator, Organizational And Field Maintenance Repair Parts and Equipment for Commercial Rifles
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Old 09-24-2018, 11:35 PM
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I have a few Remington 513-T rifles and have seen this same problem on some of them. I think that the problem could be with the bolt itself. If you look at the bottom of the bolt (when handle is up and ready to draw bolt back) you might see a small chip at the end of the groove on the bolt where it connects with the sear. That may be causing the bolt to skip over the sear and pull out of the receiver.

On rifles that have that problem, the only solution I have found is to be careful when ejecting the spent shell. Only pull the bolt back lightly, and don't force it with all your might.

Bolts can be switched out with another 513T to see if the problem (of pulling out) repeats, but don't actually fire any shells with the bolt from another rifle unless you check the head space. I have found that some bolts will function mechanically, but fail to fire when switched to another rifle. Also, you might experience blow back from a poorly headspaced bolt.

If your bolt itself is the problem, I do not know if it can be repaired or will have to be replaced. You might ask one of the CMP armorers about it.
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Old 01-05-2019, 05:00 AM
Atoz Atoz is offline
 
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Had the same problem. Exchanged the bolt with CMP. Took awhile as they had to find similar one to give good head space.
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Old 12-01-2019, 08:19 AM
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Here is a link to a Parts List and Operating Instructions for the Remington 513T:

http://gnewyear.com/files/513T-2.pdf

Remington also has original manuals for many of its firearms available at no cost. Simply download them. Here is a link:

https://www.remington.com/support/owners-manuals
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Old 01-16-2020, 03:35 PM
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Interesting thread. I have an old Remington Model 512 with the same issue described above. When I remove the bolt from the 512 and insert it in my 513, everything works fine. On the other hand, when I insert the 513 bolt into the 512, it consistently comes out when ejecting a cartridge, which indicates it likely isn't a faulty bolt .
I think I'll explore the bent ejector issue as described by bobk in a previous post.
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Old 01-28-2020, 03:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Slapshot View Post
Interesting thread. I have an old Remington Model 512 with the same issue described above. When I remove the bolt from the 512 and insert it in my 513, everything works fine. On the other hand, when I insert the 513 bolt into the 512, it consistently comes out when ejecting a cartridge, which indicates it likely isn't a faulty bolt .
I think I'll explore the bent ejector issue as described by bobk in a previous post.
Sounds like it is the 513T bolt if it pops out in both rifles consistently. Look at the underside of the bolt, where it would make connection with the sear when pulled back.

There are some grooves there which guide the bolt back. If there is a worn place or possibly a chip at that point, then the bolt is likely skipping over or past the stop mechanism, allowing the bolt to go out.

Be careful not to fire any live ammunition with the bolts switched, unless you have a way to check the headspace.
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