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Do I need to send the firing pin, extractor, etc all assembled in the bolt before I send to Randy? Or can I send the stripped bolt and reassemble myself when he returns it?

Thanx in advance for any advice.
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Id say that would be a question to ask randy personally, I wouldnt see where it woudl be a problem except for maybe pinning the firing pin,other then that i dont see the problem, but i have a question for you.......why would you even want to do that ?
 

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viper1314 said:
Id say that would be a question to ask randy personally, I wouldnt see where it woudl be a problem except for maybe pinning the firing pin,other then that i dont see the problem, but i have a question for you.......why would you even want to do that ?
I'm gonna' be replacing the firing pin, extractor, springs, etc. and don't have all my parts here yet. Was thinking of sending the bolt block to CPC and ordering the replacements in the meantime. But that's a good thought concerning the pinning of the firing pin. I think you just answered my question . Thanx.

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I agree with WRENCHHEAD...Send the whole thing in. When you get it back, slap it and shoot some rounds. You may find that it doesnt even need that other stuff. Mine didnt :t I've got a factory bolt straight from CPC that works flawlessly...
 

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get all your parts in and assemble your bolt prior to sending it to randy. the top of the firing pin needed to be ground down on mine. my after market PC firing pin wont fit until i've ground it down myself. I wish I would have waited.
as far as the work Randy does? :t :t :t :t . it was one of the cheapest and best modifications that I did.
 
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