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Old June 4, 2011, 11:12 PM   #13
NWPilgrim
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Now, next time I just have to manage to get the barrel off...
I believe the owner manual states you may need to use a non-marring mallet to whack it off. My Mk III barrel came off no problem, ut my SIL's Mk III 22/45 needed a few sharp whacks with a plastic head hammer to nudge it off the frame.
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