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Old 10-14-2012, 06:09 PM   #31
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What does this mean? I keep seeing this term, but I'm not 100% sure what it means.
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use a center punch to slightly deform the materal of both the pin and body were thay come in contact one slight stake per should do it

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googled it and someone said to lightly solder the pin? Another said Ductape?

Ok the pin is in position B-21 and is the trigger pivot pin . I'm working on finding a after market somthin or other.... maybe a counter sunk pivot pin?

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googled it and someone said to lightly solder the pin? Another said Ductape?

Ok the pin is in position B-21 and is the trigger pivot pin . I'm working on finding a after market somthin or other.... maybe a counter sunk pivot pin?
Duck Tape on the receiver over the pin?
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ok i think we have a problim here . duct tape would work for a time . but we are going to solder to a plastic housing? the later ones are. to use heat to deform the pin hole would serve the same as staking. i think we have a bunch of people who have never worked on this assembly throwing ideas out. go back a bunch of posts in my opinion the problim is in the stock if its ok in the origenal and shifts in the aftermarket

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I'd still try a longer pin. Try finding a piece of drill rod. You could cut it to length with a dremel cut-off tool, and grind it to fine tune the length, if needed. Try looking in the MSC or McMastercarr or similar catalog.

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ok i think we have a problim here . duct tape would work for a time . but we are going to solder to a plastic housing? the later ones are. to use heat to deform the pin hole would serve the same as staking. i think we have a bunch of people who have never worked on this assembly throwing ideas out. go back a bunch of posts in my opinion the problim is in the stock if its ok in the origenal and shifts in the aftermarket
No , what I read was tin the outside of the pivot pin itself with solder so it couldnt come out othe the trigger housing. not the stock . And these are solutions others said worked with the same problem . So they say . I was just thinking gorilla glue a shim onto the stock where the pin was. The gap couldnt be that big between orig and BC stocks could it?
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Default Lok-tite?

I have had this exact same problem with a new 10/22 wearing a butler creek stock. The pivot pin crept out because the stock has some large gaps around the receiver. I'm wondering what someone with more gunsmith experience would think of using blue lok-tite to hold the pin in place.

Or has anyone found another good, simple solution?

Thanks for the discussion, this was driving me nuts.

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