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How to dismantle a mdl GC15S Graco?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Shooting Jack, Jul 3, 2012.

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  1. Shooting Jack

    Shooting Jack Active Member

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    I purchased a Graco Kick supressor used and it was put together. I need to know how to disassemble it to mount it on the stock. Thanks for your help. Jackie B.
     
  2. trapshooterjoe7

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    You have to have a templete to drill the holes, you can either buy the kit from Graco for 150.00 or pay for the instalation, you may also have to buy a new base plate, i think they run about 50.00. sorry for the bad news.If you are in the MD area i can do it for you, but i won't install a base plate that dosen't fit your stock, don't want my name with shoddy work. Joe
     
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    No disrespect - and I'm not trying to be an ass - but if you need to ask this question you should probably let someone else do the job for you.

    -Gary
     
  4. Shooting Jack

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    Gary, It's not so much that I can't disassemble it, it's that I don't want to take something apart that is unnecessary and could be difficult to put back together. I failed to mention that I have the stock that it was once installed on but know that it has to be disassembled to mount the base to the stock and then put back together. It does appear that everything is put together with allen screws but have worked on enough things to know that sometimes springs are loaded and can hurt you or be very difficult to put back together again. Thanks for your help. Jackie B
     
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    I just talked to Ted and it is only held by a single allen screw. LOL Thanks everyone. Jackie B.
     
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