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Old 10-20-2015, 07:28 PM
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Boerboel, Howdy;

Need to re-check the expiration date on those cards ...

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Both my 10/22 rifles rejected my credit card.
Hah!!! Did you cut the end of the card off to remove the rounded corners and create sharp 90 degree corners as the initial post instructed???
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Alright - answer this

Just how much money do you have to have on that gift card for it to work???????

Just kidding, Thank you for this excellent information.
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While I never had a problem with my 25 year old sporter with 10's of thousands of rounds through it, I just pulled apart a new out of the box 50 anniversary model and it was a bear to get back together. Between the tight[er] tolerances or lack of wear, I could have used this trick last night. Also contributing were the abundant and awful mill marks in both the receiver and bolt. This is going to need some work.

Side note question, I pulled it apart to install a Kidd guide rod and 10% lighter spring and could not get the bolt back far enough with the factory bead between the spring and the charging handle so I left it out. Also, I did not crimp the guide rod to keep the charging handle on the rod when disassembled. I would appreciate your thoughts on the bead and crimping the guide rod,
What factory bead???? I knew that there was a retainer of some sort that held the stock spring in place, but I didn't know that it was removeable.

I also have the Kidd bolt, charging handle, spring set and rod and it can be a royal pain to install until you get the rhythm.

The trick with the credit card won't work for me because of the size of the pieces my wife left them in...
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