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Old 03-30-2013, 01:24 PM   #1
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Okay so i took my ruger 10/22 TD Shooting it ran like a champ it disassembles just like regular 10/22 i was trying to get to the bolt to clean the insides but i could NOT get the pins out they are to thick i tried pushing them hammering and even lubed to get those pins out i tried with All my might and they will not come out i might take it to a gunsmith does anyone know what i can do??



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Old 03-30-2013, 02:33 PM   #2
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Had a similar problem, used a brass punch and a hammer. They are alot tighter than normal 10/22 and my bolt was tighter also. If all the clearance are tighter, more accurate?



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I don't know what the problem is i do not want too mar or scratch the receiver i tried to use a punch but it just would not work is there something else i can do?

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Brass punch

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Does brass scratch or gouge? Ive never done anything like this and im scared to smack my gun up

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Brass will not harm it. Have it positioned sturdy and give it a good wack not quite as hard as driving a nail. Do worry it is covered by the stock.



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