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Posted: 8/28/2003 4:26:03 PM EDT
I bought a c-more handguard for my AR and i am having one heck of a time getting original furniture off. Whats the easiest way to get it off. my first ar so not exactly positive how to do this... Also where is a good place to buy the fun extras that will go on my new rail???
thanks
Link Posted: 8/28/2003 4:59:09 PM EDT
For the most part, handguard removal is easiest as a two person job. Muzzle up, buttstock on the ground, one person pushes down on the Delta Ring while the other person separates the handguards and removes them from the rifle. I've done it by myself by removing one half at a time. I used a flathead screw driver to help pry the delta ring down and the handguard off. The handguard have a small notch that seems to work perfectly for this. My rifle is a "shooter" so I don't worry about scratches and nicks that I may put on the delta ring. There is a tool that looks great for removing the handguards by yourself. Eventually I may get one, but then again I still use a round to adjust my front sight. [:D]
Link Posted: 8/28/2003 5:06:36 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 8/28/2003 5:11:40 PM EDT
Originally Posted By josepi: getting the furniture off
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Look wierdo, this site iis a family site. Whatever you wanna do on your time is your business. Guns are for shooting, not what you have in mind.
Link Posted: 8/28/2003 7:44:51 PM EDT
TOPCREST I think this is the first time I ever laughed out loud at a post on AR 15 LOL
Link Posted: 8/29/2003 11:26:59 AM EDT
Topcrest.....that is exactly how I read the title. I was thinking..."maybe if you lightly rubbed the arm of the chair"....
Link Posted: 8/29/2003 11:29:27 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/29/2003 11:29:43 AM EDT by brouhaha]
Originally Posted By TopCrest:
Originally Posted By josepi: getting the furniture off
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Look wierdo, this site iis a family site. Whatever you wanna do on your time is your business. Guns are for shooting, not what you have in mind.
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[url]http://www.furnitureporn.com/[/url]
Link Posted: 8/29/2003 11:31:53 AM EDT
Oh boy, what did I start?
Link Posted: 8/29/2003 11:35:27 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Vinnie: For the most part, handguard removal is easiest as a two person job. [b]SNIP[/b] I've done it by myself by removing one half at a time. I used a flathead screw driver to help pry the delta ring down and the handguard off.
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It may be easiest as a 2 man job, But I never have any problem doing it myself. And I've never needed any tool to pry the delta down. Butt on ground, Pull delta down with 1 hand, alittle further on one half, Then use other hand to push up and pull out on guard. For some reason, I've found taking off the top first, and putting it on last works best for me. your miles may vary.
Link Posted: 8/29/2003 2:47:20 PM EDT
[ROFL] [ROFL2] thedr
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