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Today I went to remove the stock on my BT-99 to clean and lube the action. All I see within the stock is an aluminum piece with a hole in the middle and further forward what looks like it may be a hex receptacle for a stock bolt. If this is correct, where would I buy a long hex wrench of the correct size. 100 Straight offers wrenches but only list a Citori. Which by the way has a regular screw slot on it's stock bolt. Please advise Thanks Dave
 

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I don't know the size allen wrench but if you go to Brownings website they can tell you what size it is. You can purchase a long wrench at the hardware store!PJ
 

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Be very careful because the wrong tool can result in a broken stock. I used a friends stock wrench when i removed my BT stock but i do not recall the actuall size. My Beretta actually came with the stock wrench for it.---Matt
 

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I bought a new BT99 in Feb of this year.

The recoil pad comes off with a small phillips screwdriver through the slits in the pad. I used a #1 philips and it worked just fine.

Once the pad is off, the bolt that holds the stock to the action uses a regular sloted screwdriver but a long one. probably 8 - 10" long.

It came off with a very moderate amount of pressure. I did not have to lean on it.
 

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I believe it makes a difference of what kind of stock bolt it is if you have the adjustable comb or not.
 

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I did check Browning's site and they do list a 5 mm stock bolt wrench. So, I ordered one. $ 18.00 including shipping. Thanks BTW They also list slotted stock bolt wrenches for BT99's Dave
 

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I had a problem with my bt99 mid 80's model my local gunsmith could not remove the stock to replace the springs.A buddy of mine used an oversized slotted screw driver and it came out quite easily,I was sure the gunsmith had run into rust or corrosion ,but it turned out he didnt have the proper sized screwdriver and was afraid of damageing the stock.My gun was bought in 1985 and the bolt may be differant now .a good flashlight should solve the problem-good luck Mike Moloney
 
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