Thread: Wedge Puller
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Old June 15, 2010, 04:53 PM   #9
Hawg Haggen
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Leave the screw be. It stops the wedge from falling out once its loosed, and stops the wedge from being hammered in too far.
On repros wedge shouldn't be hammered in at all. Most new guns only need wedge flush on off side. Drive it in too deep and cylinder gap will be too small and it can even bind cylinder against barrel.
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