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Remington Nylon 66 Disassembly



This video will guide you through the  basic steps of disassembling your Remington Nylon 66. For detailed instruction please visit the Documents page and download the PDF article that describes this procedure in detail.

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Basic Re-assembly of the Remington Nylon 66

This video will show you how to do basic re-assembly of your Remington Nylon 66. We pick up where the Basic Nylon 66 Disassembly video leaves off and help you get your rifle back together.

  • johnnybgood58

    i have a 150 anniversary nylon 66, can you tell me what it is worth? its in beautiful condition. my father got it new for me in 1966.thanks Johnny phone 574-361-9157 indiana

  • johnnybgood58

    i have a 150 anniversary nylon 66, can you tell me what it is worth? its in beautiful condition. my father got it new for me in 1966.thanks Johnny phone 574-361-9157 indiana

  • johnnybgood58

    i have a 150 anniversary nylon 66, can you tell me what it is worth? its in beautiful condition. my father got it new for me in 1966.thanks Johnny phone 574-361-9157 indiana

  • tylerlowe

    $700 -$1200 depending on condition and accessories

  • rosieljpfh

    Eu Rosiel Joaquim p Fh, brasil como faso para comprar um rifle desse e importar aqui para o brasil?

  • nickdizzle05

    Hello,
    Thank GOD I found your website. I was given a Mohawk Model 10C when I was young. I love it. I recently broke the stock stompin out a copperhead and it snapped. Ill never do that again. I was lucky enough to find a stock at the local pawn shop. Your disassembly tutorial helped me with my situation.Thank You! I thought I'd never get that lower end back together!!

    Nick A.
    Ft. Leonard Wood, MO

  • thomasirwin

    Thank you so much for putting these on here. I recieved my Nylon several years ago from my Grandfather. These videos will help my keep it in good condition for him.

  • tcer

    I was given a 1966 Nylon 66 a few weeks ago. It was a Family members who died in 1970 and hasn't been used since.It was cleaned by a friend and will be fired today for the first time.It is in like new condition.Is it possible to mount a scope on it? At 60 years old, the rifle is in better shape then my eyes.

  • David

    Thank You very much for this Great Job with the Nylon 66 videos. Would this be available on DVD?

  • ONESHOTONEKILL

    Don’t know what your problem is, Bro .. these arete best vidos I’ve ever seen for help. But there is one thing that they can’t help fix. As Forest Gumo said, “You can’t fix stupid.”

  • ONESHOTONEKILL

    Ever been frustrated when a reload of your Nylon 66 butt-load rifle was required and you were trying to keep an eye on a big ole fat Fox Squirrel about 50 yards out. You look down to load, fumble with the ammo, drop some, curse, finally get all 14 rounds in and .. look back and he’s long gone – you don’t know whare. Bummer.
    I finally got around to making a speed loader for the 66 that cuts loading time by 75% or more, ensures all ammo goes in correctly, can even be done without fear of misload in the dark! I can do it blindfolded with speed and accuracy. if you want to know what I did, what you need to duplicate, send me your e-mail and I’ll provide directions. Never miss a shot again because you fumble around trying to reload.

    • Jaguar

      thomhpr@gmail.com

      Sounds like a winner to me!

    • Alan Durrant

      Hi Oneshot

      I’m curious about your Nylon 66 speed loader. The only ones I can find are Spee-D-loader and they are for 15 X .22lr. The shooting sport here in the U.K. is all but finished, we envy you Americans. Regards, Alan.

  • ken

    @ days ago my grand father brought over his 1963 nylon 66 Apache yes its black and chrome its really nice ! it has never been cleaned !!! OMG well thanks to these videos its helped me take apart my grand dad rifle and clean it there was about 1/16 to make 1/8 of a inch of carbon build up. It took me about 45 min with a nylon brush to clean it all off. The only parts i had problems with the the ramp feeder this little part is a pain in the @SS ! I have huge hands ! big fingers ! so this took me about an hour to put back it i was sweating and upset. :-) but after that peace it was smooth sailing ! I am expecting to find how to on ” how to take apart the bolt ” it self . Thanks ,ken

  • ken

    @ days ago my grand father brought over his 1963 nylon 66 Apache yes its black and chrome its really nice ! it has never been cleaned !!! OMG well thanks to these videos its helped me take apart my grand dad rifle and clean it there was about 1/16 to make 1/8 of a inch of carbon build up. It took me about 45 min with a nylon brush to clean it all off. The only parts i had problems with the the ramp feeder this little part is a pain in the @SS ! I have huge hands ! big fingers ! so this took me about an hour to put back it i was sweating and upset. :-) but after that peace it was smooth sailing ! I am expecting to find how to on ” how to take apart the bolt ” it self . Thanks ,ken

  • ken

    @ days ago my grand father brought over his 1963 nylon 66 Apache yes its black and chrome its really nice ! it has never been cleaned !!! OMG well thanks to these videos its helped me take apart my grand dad rifle and clean it there was about 1/16 to make 1/8 of a inch of carbon build up. It took me about 45 min with a nylon brush to clean it all off. The only parts i had problems with the the ramp feeder this little part is a pain in the @SS ! I have huge hands ! big fingers ! so this took me about an hour to put back it i was sweating and upset. :-) but after that peace it was smooth sailing ! I am expecting to find how to on ” how to take apart the bolt ” it self . Thanks ,ken

  • Mike

    Your videos are a godsend!!!! Thank you SOOOOOO much!

  • Gary

    I just purchased a 66 from the GunBroker site. I completed cleaning the gun – following your videos and instructions. The videos really helped.
    Thank you very much.

    Very good job.

    Gary

  • Thomhpr

    Outstanding!! Beyond the call of duty!!

  • Anonymous

    These videos are godsends. I bought my Nylon 66 in my mid 1970s and I had never cleaned it until 2 weeks ago because I could never figure out how to strip it.  I figured there must be a way but I didn’t want to force anything for fear of breaking something.  These videos showed the secret simple way and expressed it very clearly.

    I also got stuck putting it back together and the “Basic Reassembly” video addressed the problem I was having right away.

    I am pleased and grateful.

  • BigRed

    A useful and informative video series.  Thank You for sharing your knowledge, and promoting the sport of marksmanship.

  • Pgrey

    Great videos!  I had read about how complicated the field-strip was, and had avoided cleaning up my 35 year-old 10C until just recently (it’s mostly been sitting since I was in my late teens, but thousands of plinking rounds before that).
    It was DIRTY, but now it’s functioning like new again, these videos are the best, and it turns out the process really is pretty simple (spent far more time cleaning than anything else).

  • Anonymous

    Hey guys, thanks for the video’s.  My rifle is cleaned like NEVER before!

  • Happy canuk

    Thanks Guys. Nuff said.

  • Williampackett

    I just finished cleaning my 66(I only disassemblied the barrel,bolt,sear and trigger guard) I assemblied with help from your video but after dry firing the striker will not recock. Any suggestions.

  • Tgangluff

    This page is outstanding. My Grandfather bought me a Nylon 66 for my 10th birthday in 1964. After he loooked the rifle over he and I went back to the Outdoor Store, who had these rifles on sale for if I remember right $25.00. We then purchased another one but it was a lever action Nylon 76. I have had these rifles ever since and they have been everywhere. I really thought that they were indestructable. Then at the range one day someone who was shooting my Nylon 76 dropped it on the butt piece and then he tried to cock the rifle and kepp trying to rachet the lever until I saw what was going on and stopped him. by that point the stock was cracked very bad and when I took the receiver cover off some parts came out. This happened 5 years ago and I have been trying to get this rifle fixed ever since then with no success. I am not going to waste space with all the wrong info I have been given by people who ought to know better but when I was directed to this web sight I for the first time relized that I could fix the rifle. There is just one minor question I have, on the reassembly video, the first part that is reinstalled besides the stock scew is the bullet guide,feed ramp the part is boin the vid

  • Tgangluff

    I ran outr of room. My question is does the feed ramp when installed just set in the area and then it is supported by the spring on the next piece or does the feed ramp fit in very tight and snap into place? When the gun is disassembled on the video it looks like it almost falls out when it is removed. I am not sure if it suppossed to be very tight or if it is just setting in there and it kind of pivots is what it loooks like. If Anyone knows please give me a shout. email tgangluff12671@roadrunner.com

  • maximussabre89

    I am having the same issue the with my 66 the striker will not re cock

  • Tgangluff

    I can see what you are saying I looked in my 66 and althought the 66 is semi auto and the 76 is lever action they are not very different in how they come apart and go back together. I am wondering if you have the bullet feed ramp in there too tight (at the back), which is the question I am asking. It looks from looking at the 66 that the feed ramp is tight at the front and should pivot on the flat sring around the front but that the back should set on the cartridge stop and spring for same. So that when the cartridge stop moves up and down the back off the feed ramp moves up and down accordingly to pick up the next round. Or at least that is what it looks like to me. Check your cartridge feed ramp and make sure that ht eback off it moves up and down. Good Luck Ted

  • Defender

    Dear Louie,

    I’m having trouble downloading the video,

    “Basic Re-assembly of the Remington Nylon 66.”

    My RealPlayer realDownloader, as seen below, after the download appears complete states the following:

    “Download incomplete. Refresh page and try again.”

    I’ve tried from this page, as well as, from YouTube. This is the only video that’s problematic. All of your other videos downloaded successfully. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.

    Sincerely,
    Cliff

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