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Old 01-29-2012, 10:36 PM   #11
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Patience and a little practice and its a breeze to break down, turn the Mark II upside down, make sure the hammer strut hangs freely and pull the trigger: you should be able to pull the bolt out now.

Good technique and tool usage makes disassembly and reassembly easy:
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Hammer may have swung too far forward. Try inserting magazine (which will push hammer back into place) The with strut swung out, rap the top of the pin (where it comes out of top of the frame GENTLY with a block of wood.


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I have a Mark II and I use a rubber mallet but the guy I bought it from could just remove the bolt with his hands. A small tap is enough. It won't hurt it.
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Thanks for the advice. I got it using a plastic block. Putting it back together...now that was a pain.
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It gets easier the more you do it.
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I said that to my girlfriend in high school.


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