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Old November 4, 2015, 02:33 PM   #7
gyvel
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Join Date: August 30, 2009
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aarond, removing the bayonet is not that difficult. The hardest part is getting the pivot screw to turn since they are generally staked with a punch mark or two. Once the screw turns, the next hardest part is keeping spring tension off the blade while you remove the screw the rest of the way, I've done it many times, but I never bothered to check accuracy while shooting 'coz my M44 is just for "blasting."
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