GUN What the crap.... reassembly problem with my 10/22

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  1. thedude11

    thedude11 New Member

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    I did a detail strip on my 10/22 for the first time today. I will be changing out some trigger components later on but I wanted to get a look at the parts and see how they work in more detail.

    Nothing to it, drift out a few pins here and there and it all comes apart. When I go to put it all back together, the B-35 pin has magically become a smaller diameter and slops around. If I tilt the trigger pack on its side, the pin will slide out. When I assemble it back in the receiver and tilt the receiver side to side, I can hear the pin knock back and forth on the inside of the receiver. I wouldn't care about that too much, but it bolt release doesn't function properly now. :mad:

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  2. Jimmy Pop Cornholio

    Jimmy Pop Cornholio forsakenisanidiot.info

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    Sorry to hear I know how that is, the first time I stripped my Desert Eagle I was like uhhh WTF happened. I have never done a strip down on a 10/22 so I am of no help but there are a few knowledgeable 10/22 people here who will chime in.
     
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    Another forum solved it for me... :big grin:

    The spring B-42, part A, needs to be under the B-35 pin. :doh:
     
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    skeletor25rs Yetis & Deer

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    I was going to say that it sounded like a spring problem, glad you got it fixed.
     
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    mattsb2000 OT Supporter

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    :rofl:

    I took mine apart for the first time the other night. Kinda scary. I had to go look at the exploded view to put it back togather. :noes:
     
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    I accidentally pulled the trigger when I had the trigger group out of the receiver and the hammer strut spring (parts B18, B44, and B45) flew out and I had nooooo clue where it went. I had to get the exploded view to figure out where it went. :o :rofl: :o :rofl:
     
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    lol

    Did you do the auto bolt release while you had it apart?

    It's real easy, you just need a couple files. :coold:
     
  8. TwistedMind

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    I attempted this with mine but it still dosnt work so I dont know
     
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    thedude11 New Member

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    No, I was just looking at it all up close. I'll be getting all new components in a few weeks though. :coold:
     
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    The hole has to be ramped slightly. You can't just take the hook bump thing out.

    I'll take pictures of mine tomorrow if you want.
     
  11. TwistedMind

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    sure
     
  12. Werm

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    I came here to suggest this... in another thread someone talked about the trigger assembly I said to make sure you look where that spring goes before you take it apart :mamoru:
     

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