Hey there M -- Try turning the screw and pushing in on it with a small dowell or something from the left side of the receiver.
Hope this helps. Best regards. Wind
While re-assembling my 1894 for the first time, I screwed the lever screw into the hole the hammer screw; the screw will turn but it will not unscrew. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thank you.
the gun is now worthless. Being a good man i will pay you 50 dollars. I can get 10 for scrap metal and I can use another stock to work on.
Remove stock and remove hammer spring. That should take the tension off of the hammer screw. And you should be able to just push it out.
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Tap it out with a punch from the thread side.
I have more guns than I need, but not as many as I want.
I would let pressure off the hammer and try that first if you cant get it out try as Wind said it may take two people one to hold pressure on the dowel and the other to unscrew it, you may have started the threads of the screw in the hammer pin hole and need to tap it out with a punch[ worse case] good luck and let us know how it goes.