Nope you can't normaly take the bolt out with out pulling the trigger.
Your saying when you draw the bolt back it comes right on out Correct ?
If so please don't shoot it because the bolt will get bent pretty bad if it hit's your head.
Take it to a Gun Smith...A.H
What you may have to try is closeing the bolt far enough that the indentation in front of the cocking knob is over the rear upper screw, after you remove the Lower screw, a slim round shank screwdriver at an angle along side that indentation working carefully and you may be able to unscrew the top rear screw as you pull the Lower assembly so as not to raise the screw any higher than it is...then, you can slide your barrel bands forward and remove the Barreled action...
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