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perazzi forearm removal

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by setter, Dec 13, 2007.

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  1. setter

    setter Member

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    For O/U's it's a metric hex head, I think.
     
  2. Hipshot 3

    Hipshot 3 TS Member

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    STOP!.....Perazzi forearms come off the barrel by just pulling the latch outward! A screwdriver isn't necessary, unless you mean "take it apart". If so.....be careful not to mess up the screwhead with the wrong size screwdriver,etc!
     
  3. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    If you intend to remove the metal from the forearm wood, you'll need a 6mm to do it, or use the standard Perazzi stock removal tool.

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    Whiz
     
  4. GunDr

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    3mm wrench will be needed for those two screws. The front of the forend iron is held in place by a screwhead fastened to the forend latch. The screw head slides into a t-slot on the iron.

    Sometimes they are a little sticky once the screws are removed. A light tap with a brass punch on the backside of the forend lug slot will help move the forend rearward off the wood. It will only move just so far, but you should be able to wiggle it out with your hand.

    The wrench for the TM-1 forend is a 5mm. The same as the buttstock.


    Doug
     
  5. Dr.Longshot

    Dr.Longshot Banned Banned

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    The first thing is to depress the button until you see the screw in the hole on the forearm iron, just loosen it and the button and screw with spring will come out, then use the stock tool that has an allen head and remove the screw as pictiured above, the rest of the dissassembly is simple.


    Dr.longshot
     
  6. GunDr

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    He does not have a TM-1, it's an O/U.
     
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