Your rifle should have come with a tear drop shaped tools with an open circle on one end a 3 notches on the other. The center notch is a firing pin protrusion gauge. Goggle the proper procedure and use the tool as instructed. Otherwise a gunsmith should be able to adjust it for you in about 5 mins.
Word of caution, too much pin protrusion can cause "slam firing" so do not chamber a round until it is corrected.
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