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Old 11-28-2012, 10:51 PM   #31
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I'll tell you this on the Marlin 60. It would be best to have a video camera running!

I am familiar with it, but I don't have one in front of me to go through properly, and it's been nearly ten years!

The first time I did it, I took it to a Smith in a Ziploc bag to have it put back together!
Also correct. My way is easier
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Old 11-28-2012, 10:56 PM   #32
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Lol, thanks anyway.
The most difficult to disassemble gun I have seen, is a Raven arms MP25. I was trying to get one to work again, and it seemed like a rubiks cube. It finally worked again, through a lot of slide racking (the firing pin was jammed).

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Remove the stock. There is no super secret trick. I grab the barrel in one hand, the forearm of the stock in the other, and pull apart.

Remove these two screws holding the magazine well to the receiver.

And then the one to the rear of the trigger group.

Lift off the mag well, then lift off the trigger group.

Edit to add: I wouldn't attempt to disassemble the trigger group. Many small parts. Just liberally flush it with cleaning solvent, scrub as well as you can, and lubricate.


forumrunner_20121128_192809.jpg what is the rod at the front of the trigger grouping
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:35 AM   #34
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what is the rod at the front of the trigger grouping
That would be someone losing one of your screws and replacing it with something else it looks like. What about the rear of the trigger, what does it look like?

That may be your biggest problem. Some pecker head has already been finger banging your sweet little Suzy.
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That would be someone losing one of your screws and replacing it with something else it looks like. What about the rear of the trigger, what does it look like?

That may be your biggest problem. Some pecker head has already been finger banging your sweet little Suzy.

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This is what I am looking at
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Is there any way of takeing it off with out breaking anything

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Ya know that feeling of utter surprise you get when you slam your finger in the door? Yeah, I'm kinda feeling that right now...

Here's what I would do. I would remove the screw. and then that rod looking thing (it should just screw right out, just like the screw).

Then, I would take the screw to a local hardware store, and tell them "I need one EXACTLY like this".

Then, I would throw that rod looking thing away. But...

I'm gonna call in some help on this... just to make sure.

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Ya know that feeling of utter surprise you get when you slam your finger in the door? Yeah, I'm kinda feeling that right now...

Here's what I would do. I would remove the screw. and then that rod looking thing (it should just screw right out, just like the screw).

Then, I would take the screw to a local hardware store, and tell them "I need one EXACTLY like this".

Then, I would throw that rod looking thing away. But...

I'm gonna call in some help on this... just to make sure.
Great advice. That thing hitting the bolt bc its threaded to deep or hitting the stock and being pushed into the bolt is very likely why its not feeding
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Ya know that feeling of utter surprise you get when you slam your finger in the door? Yeah, I'm kinda feeling that right now...

Here's what I would do. I would remove the screw. and then that rod looking thing (it should just screw right out, just like the screw).

Then, I would take the screw to a local hardware store, and tell them "I need one EXACTLY like this".

Then, I would throw that rod looking thing away. But...

I'm gonna call in some help on this... just to make sure.
I can't get it off I don't know what's up with it.
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It seems that it happens all too often...
A used gun is malfunctioning, and the new owner discovers someone has been jacking around with it.

I've notified someone else who should hopefully stop in shortly.

Does it look like it's been brazed into place?

And Marlin, I would have to look again to make sure, but I don't think those screw holes go all the way through.

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