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    ...any way to get this in .pdf???
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    No, but you can "right click, save as" and save them to your own computer. :)

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    how bout this guys juss put in +2 to rollers in my gun ans still no bolt gap any ideas ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HkUliceZabjack View Post
    how bout this guys juss put in +2 to rollers in my gun ans still no bolt gap any ideas ?
    To start, I'd check both your old rollers and the new ones with a micrometer to see what size you're really putting in there.

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    lol i did the the normal size ones were in it and the new ones from rtg was +2 so it rly suxs cuz i wanna shoot this thing and i cant( havent shoot it yet at all its killin me)

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    You might get back w/rtg and pick up a new locking piece. That's what it took plus my +2 rollers to get my gap back to acceptable.
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    There are only 3 things that affect bolt gap that can wear - the locking piece, the rollers, and the trunion. You've replaced the rollers, that didn't help. Like SixBarSpur suggested, the locking piece would be next. If THAT doesn't do it, time for a (gulp!) new trunion.

    I think the depth the barrel is pressed in can affect it too, but that's not something that would be subject to wear, and it definitely couldn't get deeper into the receiver as time goes by.

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    Where do you guys pick up your feeler gauges from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GZire View Post
    Where do you guys pick up your feeler gauges from?
    Auto parts store, Sears or a decent tool store. How do you ever set the gap on your plugs without one? ;)

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