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Old December 26, 2010, 05:36 PM   #6
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Unclenick. I thought I had asked this. It looks like the firing pin retaining screw is still partiallu blocked by the basse of the trigger. Just drift the trigger pin out and remove it or will it be difficult to get the trigger spring compressed enought to reinsert that pin, without a special tool.

I would add the thing is dry. Just lubricate it with a lilght coat of remoil?
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