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Old 01-11-2009, 12:00 AM
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OK gang,

instead of taking over the other thread I figured it would be seen by more people if I started a new one.

To paraphrase, "A picture is a thousand words but a video is an entire library."

Here is what you need....the smallest flat blade screwdriver you can find.
The driver on the left is one that comes in the typical plastic case that so many people have. The driver on the right is from a jewelers kit that is used for watches and glasses.

And a Ziplock baggie which isn't shown since I don't have any and I didn't feel like running out to the local 24hr Kroger's to buy a box of them for this video.



Here's a closeup of the screwdrivers.


For the video I used the plastic case driver since that is more common.

You should definitely also use a 1 gallon ziplock so when...NOT IF...you slip everything will be contained in the bag. It's a lot better than crawling on your knees looking for it. Besides, you can't use the excuse that you're looking for your contact lens when you don't wear them.

Removal

Notice I rotate it towards the face of the bolt slightly. It's a little hard to see and I do it quick but I'm sure you will be able to get it done in no time.



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Notice after I insert the extractor I press down with my thumb as I continue to compress the plunger and spring. I found that this helps to slide it in place once everything is out of the way.

I hope this helps everyone. If not, I'll try to get a better one.


Scott


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Old 01-11-2009, 07:01 AM
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Isn't technology great?!

Definitely a candidate for the Valuable Information sticky.
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Old 01-11-2009, 09:41 AM
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Omg

TS, what happened to your bolt? did u grind it down to reduce weight or sometin? cuz it looks to me like a huge chunk of it is missing.
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Old 01-11-2009, 09:48 AM
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TS, what happened to your bolt? did u grind it down to reduce weight or sometin? cuz it looks to me like a huge chunk of it is missing.
Scott has NO FEAR when it comes to modifying! Pretty sure this is the one he "nibbled" in his quest for the perfect semi sub gun.
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TS, what happened to your bolt? did u grind it down to reduce weight or sometin? cuz it looks to me like a huge chunk of it is missing.
?!?!?! Uh...all 597 bolts look like this don't they?!?!




Nah...Al has it right:
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Scott has NO FEAR when it comes to modifying! Pretty sure this is the one he "nibbled" in his quest for the perfect semi sub gun.


Here's the thread that explains what I did:
https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=205650

In fact, the bolt in the video is the final design and it's a tad different than what I show in the thread. I took off a tad more weight and extended the trigger reset nub.

EXTREMELY FUN with the slower subsonics!!!


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Old 03-02-2009, 10:47 PM
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so how do you take the extractor out? ive been trying to for about five minutes and cant figure it out
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Old 03-03-2009, 08:00 PM
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OK gang,

I added a removal video for everyone....I hope it helps.

Scott
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Old 03-04-2009, 01:40 PM
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Can't we see the one where everything launches and the cussing starts in the background?
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I hate those videos You make it look so easy. I had to get the help of my local gun shop, but as many already know, what an upgrade It's actually fun to shoot now.

Great job on the videos by the way
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Hey Bronco,

Welcome to RFC!!!

Believe me, they might look easy but it took me several attempts for each video. It's not that easy to do with a mini tripod between you and the parts.

And, if Al could see some of the outtakes he'd be laughing his Infidel butt off.

Plus, if you ever have any questions, no matter how dumb they might sound don't hesitate to ask. We have a huge collection of info here and I'm sure that more than one has had similar problems that you might need help with.

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i agree ts, no ? is a stupid ?, its stupid not to ask a ? and screw everything up in my eyes then just asking and getting help
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Thank you so much, just installed my vq extractor (and hammer) this video helped allot
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Thanks

Video was good.... A little help from a friend holding spring made job easier. Hammer was backordered cant wait to get it in and head to the range. Thanks
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Thanks

Thanks for the video. It helped alot.
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Al if you wanted to see that video I should have made one last night I was able to relocate the extractor spring but shot the plunger across the room and it was small enough to fall into a crack in the floor there was alot of cussing during that involvement lol. But I already ordered a replacement plunger now that I think of it I should have ordered 2 lmao
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