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I've tried soaking it in Acetone/ATF, didn't help.
I'm at my limit on how hard I'm gonna smack this thing with a center punch and hammer.
Might try a bit of heat, then touch the pin with an ice cube and try one more time.

Or, just throw it in the Ultra Sound and call her good.
Been there, as well, and paid the price...

To paraphrase an old saying 'hammer hard once, buy twice'.
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Old 11-21-2020, 01:55 PM
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If itís being that stubborn, leave it along.
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Been there, as well, and paid the price...

To paraphrase an old saying 'hammer hard once, buy twice'.
Been there too many times myself....

It's having an U/S bath right now....
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Old 11-21-2020, 08:08 PM
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I've tried soaking it in Acetone/ATF, didn't help.
I'm at my limit on how hard I'm gonna smack this thing with a center punch and hammer.
Might try a bit of heat, then touch the pin with an ice cube and try one more time.

Or, just throw it in the Ultra Sound and call her good.
If you are sure you want to try to disassemble that bolt, DO NOT use a center punch. That would be a recipe for damaged parts. Use a properly sized starting or drift punch. Whatever you may choose to use the driving end should be flat.
God Bless, Frank.
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Old 11-21-2020, 09:06 PM
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LOL Did I type "Center Punch"???

Good catch tfrank

I didn't use one...honest!

Anyways I bailed at trying to get it apart.
After supper it's going back together.
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Old 11-21-2020, 09:31 PM
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Mossberg Model 595AP5

Bolt action, 18" barrel, 4 rd mag

Another one that I made good money on and immediately regretted selling.



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Old 11-21-2020, 10:40 PM
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Nice and shiny. You can hang it on the Christmas tree,
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I've got an old 195K 12g bolt action also, believe its from late 60s, early 70s. My uncle from Chicago brought it to us in MI. Brother shot the choke off and Mossberg replaced the barrel and it's been fine since. I messed around with it a couple of years ago, found the magazine spring broken, so used it as a single shot shooting skeet for the first time. Was an interesting experience after shooting with a buddy's Remington 1100 if I recall. Will try to get some pics, and I believe I came across the original instruction sheet as well.
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