Seen over the last few months some interest on what needs to be pulled out of the reciever to replace the firing pins. This is not a tutorial but here's a picture of all the parts I've had to pull to get to the firing pin block.
An ex-Browning factory guy told me that you risk breaking something if the hammer is tripped when yer replacing the pins with the hammers cocked. Don't know if he meant part of the gun or part of my hand.
Here are the minimum number of parts required to change a firing pin on a K-80.
The hammers have to be cocked and the safety set. If you get into trouble, put all the pieces in a box and send it to Phil. I am sure it will not be the first time he has received such a package! Art