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BT-99 stock removal

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Rooster65, Feb 24, 2011.

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  1. Rooster65

    Rooster65 TS Member

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    Hello everyone, I am a long time reader but a first time poster. I need guidance on making a tool that I can use to safely remove a stock from a BT-99. I remember this being talked about before on the forum, but don't recall when. Any help appreciated. email privately is ok. Thanks for a wonderful forum. Todd Cockrill
     
  2. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    Take a large bladed screw driver and wrap it with masking tape near the bladed end. Wrap it until it is a slip fit in the stock hole. This will keep the blade of the screw driver centered in the slotted stock bolt. If you use a screw driver with a square shaft you can use a small wrench on it to break the bolt loose. HMB
     
  3. cunninmp

    cunninmp Member

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    hmb is right. Square shaft on the screw driver really helps.
    If I remember right, my blade is about 3/8" wide.
    Mike C.
     
  4. Pribbs

    Pribbs TS Member

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    A drag link socket is perfect 3/8" drive avaliable in 1/4 5/16 3/8 slot thickness. I purchased a 3/8 and filed it to a snug fit for the screw head. The socket is large enough to prevent braking the wood should it come out and the 3/8 extension and ratchet make it easy. Pibbs
     
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