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Winchester 94 Link Pin? Needed
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Hi, I have an old post 64 94 that I lost what I believe is the link pin out of well over 20 years ago.  I believe the rifle was made in the 70’s if I recall.  The rifle isnt worth much of anything but I’d like to get another pin so I can use it as my truck or tractor gun instead of it just sitting in the safe.  

I have attached a picture of the pin I am looking for.  It should be the pin labeled as K in the photo.  This is not a picture of my gun but rather a picture I found on the internet.  Does anyone have an extra link pin out there they would like to sell?  I have seen some packs of pins for sale but they are in the $35 range and I just need this one link pin.  I’d be surprised if the rifle is worth over $100 so didnt really want to spend $35 on a bunch of bolts i dont need.  

Thanks for your help!

Couldnt figure out how to attach a photo so here is the link to the pics, the bolt is labeled as K.

http://shootingwithhobie.blogspot.com/2010/08/differentiating-between-pre-64-and-post.html

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Thank you! Nice, that does kind of look like that would be the correct pin to me.  The threads look like they could be a hair long.  Its the pin/screw thats near the forearm at the bottom of the receiver that holds the metal bar rotates on that on the bottom of the receiver that comes down when the action is worked with the lever.

Could it be this screw?

http://cfnparts.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=215&product_id=5365

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I think the screw you have listed above is O in the link you originally provided.

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