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Old 03-26-2012, 03:54 AM   #1
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how do I remove a site that is soldered on the chamber of my old springfield 22 rifle


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Old 03-26-2012, 09:27 AM   #2
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They were normally silver soldered. Get a gun smith. Why remove the rear sight from the receiver? does it have another?


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I'm sorry didn't explain enough. basically some idiot tried to solder ether a rear site or a scope mount on the gun and it didn't work but there is a big blob of solder on the barrel. it doesn't affect performance it just makes the gun look ugly
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Solder is not that hard. Grab your wifes or GF emery board and take it off. You may need a few.
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what if she doesn't have one
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Go to the drug store or super market.
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Get a new GF!!!!!!!
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Use some bare fine stranded copper wire like lamp cord and a soldering iron or gun. Lay the wire on the solder and heat. The wire will pull up the solder as it melts. You may need a little flux.
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Or just heat it and wipe the solder off with a rag.
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sorry she's my wife lol


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