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    Default Trouble removing VP9 sear pack - Roll pin stuck

    Hey guys,

    I'm has anyone else had trouble getting the roll pin out of the read of their frame? Using roll punches, its not even budging. Not sure if I'm missing something? The frames been completely disassembled other than that. I've got it soaking in some PB blaster right now to see if that will loosen it up. Anyone have any tricks let me know.

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    Pretty sure that's the one that looks like a flat spring rolled into a cylinder with a zig zag cut down one side. That pin is a bitch to get moving as it tries to open up more than a standard roll pin.

    It looks like this:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrael View Post
    Pretty sure that's the one that looks like a flat spring rolled into a cylinder with a zig zag cut down one side. That pin is a bitch to get moving as it tries to open up more than a standard roll pin.

    It looks like this:
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    yup, it's one of those
    make sure you have the correct size punch

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    Hm, I was wondering why that pin looked so thin in there. Gonna try again with new punches.

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    I think it's best bringing to a gunsmith. You may end up damaging the frame.


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    I got it out.

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