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Old 01-04-2013, 10:45 PM   #31
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They are hex heads though.
Its it just the rear takedown screws that are hex? The others aren't. The front is straight and the trigger guard screw id straight. Theres a screw just behind the trigger guard that's a Phillips...i pulled it our and it doesn't look like it goes to anything....
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:18 PM   #32
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All the spare screws I have are hex heads. If you have one that looks like it goes to nothin but wood then you have one of the ones that either has on big screw in front of the trigger guard or both screws are in front of the trigger guard

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All the spare screws I have are hex heads.
Oh okay. As long as it will hold everything together that's all i care about!
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:21 PM   #34
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Oh okay. As long as it will hold everything together that's all i care about!
Look up above. I edited my post
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The far right screw is the front takedown screw, the one on the far left is the one that goes to just wood, the one just to the right of that one is the rear takedown screw. I'm sure you already know that but i thought id post a pic so you know what I've got.

EDIT: you can't see the front takedown screw in the picture. Just the trigger guard screw. Sorry about that.

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The far right screw is the front takedown screw, the one on the far left is the one that goes to just wood, the one just to the right of that one is the rear takedown screw. I'm sure you already know that but i thought id post a pic so you know what I've got.
Ya that's an easy fix. The missing screw can cuase some problems but its no big deal
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Ya that's an easy fix. The missing screw can cuase some problems but its no big deal
So between my dad and i we just fixed the feed issue. The lifter spring was in the wrong spot. Feeds amazingly! Is it safe to shoot without the rear takedown screw?
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Ya it is. Id get one put in it soon though

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Ya it is. Id get one put in it soon though
Awesome thanks!
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also clean the magazine tube with a large swab, over time it'll build up junk that has to be cleaned occasionally

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