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Old 10-18-2011, 05:45 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a parts breakdown they would be willing to share? Need to make sure that bolt in buttstock (which is hard to turn) is indeed the bolt that removes it form receiver. Would anyone like to help me out? Thanks in advance!



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Something like this, perhaps? Numrich Gun Parts Corp. - The World's Largest Supplier of Firearms Parts and Accessories

Some can be a booger to get out. Frequently a rachet, extension, and driver bit will help. Lets you put down pressure on the driver bit to keep from slipping.



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Does anyone have a parts breakdown they would be willing to share? Need to make sure that bolt in buttstock (which is hard to turn) is indeed the bolt that removes it form receiver. Would anyone like to help me out? Thanks in advance!
Numrich is a great place to get the parts you need and not bad for the prices that they have either.
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Numrich is a great place to get the parts you need and not bad for the prices that they have either.
But order a couple parts (if you can). The parts may be used and quality control might let a bad part through.
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