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  1. Easystreet

    Easystreet Well-Known Member

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    First, you take the bolt assembly out of the shotgun. Then, examine the bolt carefully and you should see a little vertical retaining pin near the rear of the bolt. Punch this pin out. I think it only goes out in one direction (toward whichever end of the pin is the larger).

    Once this retaining pin is removed, the firing pin should slide out the rear of the bolt assembly with the coil return spring around it. Replace the old firing pin with the new firing pin. Then put the firing pin and spring back into the bolt and insert the retaining pin to keep it in place. While you are at it, it costs only about a dollar or two to replace the firing pin return spring, so you might as well replace it while you're at it.

    Reassemble the bolt assembly into the receiver and you're done.

    Easystreet
     
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