If any of you are wanting to know how to disassemble the bolt to work on it or just polish it out to smooth up the action, heres the steps.
With the bolt removed and in the fired position with the striker down you put the front half of the bolt in a padded vise. Pull on the back half of the bolt and the spring will compress and the two halves will seperate enough you can see the the small screw in bushing that holds them together. The bushing has two flat sides on it, you need a 5/16" openend wrench to unscrew it. It has a normal right hand thread and screws into the front half.
Once the two halves are unscrewed and pulled apart it will expose the spring. There is a small E-clip that holds the spring compressed.
You can use a small spring compresser or a 9/32" boxend wrench. The wrench is just big enough to go over the E-clip but not the spring. Put the wrench on the top of the spring and push down to compress it. Then you can use the wrench and the bolt handle and hold the spring compressed with one hand.
Remove the E-clip with a small screwdriver. Then release the spring slowly. You can now slide the striker and rod out the back of the bolt.
Putting the spring back in is simple using the wrench. It's not much longer then the rod so you can compress the spring with the wrench and hold it in the same manner while you push the E-clip back on with the other. Slide the front half over the rod and screw it in to the bushing as far as you can. Place the front half back in the vise so you can pull them apart and get the wrench back on it to tighten it up.
I polished the one in the picture out and I couldnt beleive the difference it made. It dropped the trigger pull a couple ounces and made a world of difference in the operation of the bolt.