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Posted: 12/6/2005 10:06:28 AM EST
Do i punch the roll pin out? It doesn't seem to want to move. I have a winter trigger guard on and was going to switch to a magpul.

- rem
Link Posted: 12/6/2005 10:14:35 AM EST
Yes. I believe the trigger guard rollpin install/removal is the most dangerous part of working on a lower. Fragile shit.
Link Posted: 12/6/2005 10:16:40 AM EST
Yes, drift it out with a punch and hammer. SUPPORT THE OTHER SIDE with a peice of wood with a hole drilled in it.

If you DON'T support the other SIDE.
Link Posted: 12/6/2005 10:16:49 AM EST
Huh, whaaa????

- rem



Originally Posted By Feedingcannibal:
Yes. I believe the trigger guard rollpin install/removal is the most dangerous part of working on a lower. Fragile shit.

Link Posted: 12/6/2005 10:17:26 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/6/2005 10:21:10 AM EST by M4-guy]
Yes, punch it out, but be sure to support the receiver and use a the right size punch.

ETA: I'm slow today.

The ears surrounding the trigger guard are the thinnest part of the lower receiver. If you whack them the wrong way, they'll break off.
Link Posted: 12/6/2005 10:25:36 AM EST
Ahhh I see what you mean. Roger that. Thanks for the help guys.

Now I just gotta order a new drift punch set and find some wood to support it, and possibly borrow a drill from a neighbor. God I hate not having lots of tools and a workbench in my garage.

- rem
Link Posted: 12/6/2005 12:17:08 PM EST

Originally Posted By remedy:
Ahhh I see what you mean. Roger that. Thanks for the help guys.

Now I just gotta order a new drift punch set and find some wood to support it, and possibly borrow a drill from a neighbor. God I hate not having lots of tools and a workbench in my garage.

- rem


Just go to Sears and get some Craftsman punches. The book says 5 but you can get by with three.
Link Posted: 12/14/2005 6:05:21 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/14/2005 6:05:55 AM EST by WaWaTuSi]
Tag.
Link Posted: 12/14/2005 6:07:32 AM EST

Originally Posted By remedy:
Huh, whaaa????

- rem



Originally Posted By Feedingcannibal:
Yes. I believe the trigger guard rollpin install/removal is the most dangerous part of working on a lower. Fragile shit.




I mean it is easy to break the ear of the trigger guard when pounding the rollpin in or out if the ear is not supported well.
Link Posted: 12/14/2005 7:20:42 AM EST
Pinch it into the lower with a pair of pliers like shown in the lower building section of the "build it yourself" forum.
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