Remington #1 & #5
The illustration shown below was taken from Frank de Haas's Single Shot Rifle book with the part numbers changed to reflect factory part numbers. This is important as about all obsolete parts suppliers use ONLY factory or closely associated numbers where ever possible so everyone is on the same page.
Note, for some of the older firearms, many
over 100 years old, the factories never used what we now know as assembly
drawings, but just views of many of the component parts & possibly randomly
The parts listed below are for your
identification purposes only.
The author of this website DOES NOT have any parts.
The Above illustration taken from Frank de Haas Single Shot
Rifles & Actions book with the numbers changed to match factory #5 part numbers
The #1 rifle was made as a military version, while the sporting version was known as the #5.
The 1902 7mm is closest to the commercial #5 shown above.
There will be differences between the many military #1 variations, but most notable are the firing pins & extractors
|4||Frame||23||Sear Spring Screw|
|7||Block||29||Hammer & Block Pin|
Firing Pin, Black Powder with retainer screw on Top
|9||Lever||30BB||Firing Pin, Black Powder with retainer pin/slot on Bottom|
|14||Extractor, 7mm||30S||Firing Pin, Smokeless Powder, (smaller tip) 7mm|
|18||Sear & Lever Spring||34||Lever Pin|
|20||Side Screw||35||Mainspring Stop Pin|
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Originated 11-30-2005 Last updated 12-20-2014
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