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Old July 2, 2010, 04:12 PM   #3
govmule84
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Pull the bolt face off. Rest the pin on something that you don't mind getting damaged (A piece of 2x4 works well.)

Push the bolt toward the tip of the firing pin, carefully, against the 2x4, fighting the spring pressure. Spin the rear threaded portion in or out depending on whether you want more or less protrusion.

-L.
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