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Even with original in spec receivers it can sometimes be tricky. There is a sweet spot where the top rail comes off or goes on just fine. I use a piece of round wooden dowel about 6 inches long to hold the tabs off the receiver. A piece a little thinner than a pencil will be gripped between the side of the top rail and the tabs without needing to be held. This makes it a lot easier to find the sweet spot without risking the tabs snapping down and marring the receiver finish as you wiggle the rail on or off. Hope that helps.
 

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Even with original in spec receivers it can sometimes be tricky. There is a sweet spot where the top rail comes off or goes on just fine. I use a piece of round wooden dowel about 6 inches long to hold the tabs off the receiver. A piece a little thinner than a pencil will be gripped between the side of the top rail and the tabs without needing to be held. This makes it a lot easier to find the sweet spot without risking the tabs snapping down and marring the receiver finish as you wiggle the rail on or off. Hope that helps.
Thank you. I will try your way.
 
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