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How to remove firing pin spring from mossberg 835 shotgun

How do you remove the firing pin spring from the bolt

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Small pin at the back of the bolt. Top edge. Tap it out. As with all pins, just drift it out to the point that you can grab it with smooth pliers and twist it out. Do NOT drive a punch any further into that hole than you need to. Punches widen as they go and you'll deform the hole. Pins are cheap to replace, bolts aren't.

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SOURCE: I have a mossberg mod 352 KB with a broken firing

Go to gunparts.com online, they have schematics for every gun ever made and parts to boot. They sell to the public, certain items of course. Check them out.

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Remmington 700 new total of 12 shots action works and sounds perfect but missfires leaves no mark on the primer


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Diagram of a model 70 bolt- how to take the bolt apart to change firing pin


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Mossberg 800 bolt disassembly instructions


TO DISASSEMBLE BOLT - Depress Safety

Cap' Lock Plunger #8 and turn Safety Cap

# 1 counterclockwise. Striker Spring #9

and Firing Pin Assembly #10 can then be

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TO REASSEMBLE BOLT - Replace firing pin

assembly and striker spring. Insert safety

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until the hole for the safety cap lock plunger is in line

with the cam slot in the bolt. Drop lock spring and

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Depress plunger and screw cap clockwise until the
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I'm trying to remove the coil spring on a 1981 AMC concord. Is the retaining bolts on the lower spring spindle permanate or do they come out? I collapsed the coil but can't slide the lower spring seat out...


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This is for the lower control arm:
NOTE The inner end of the lower control arm is attached to a removable crossmember. The outer end is attached to the steering knuckle pin and ball joint assembly.

  1. Jack up the car and support it on axle stands under the subframes.
  2. Remove the brake drum or caliper and rotor from the spindle.
  3. Disconnect the steering arm from the knuckle pin.
  4. Remove the lower ball joint stud cotter pin and nut.
  5. Separate the ball joint from the knuckle pin using a ball joint removal tool.
  6. Disconnect the sway bar from the control arm.
  7. Unbolt the strut rod.
  8. Remove the inner pivot bolt and the control arm. To install:
  9. Reverse the removal procedure; do not tighten inner pivot bolt until car weight is on wheels. Tighten ball joint retaining nut to 40 ft. lbs. through 1976, 75 ft. lbs. thereafter, strut rod bolts to 75 ft. lbs., sway bar bolts to 8 ft. lbs., steering arm bolts to 65 ft. lbs. through 1979, 55 ft. lbs. thereafter, and control arm inner pivot bolt to 95 ft. lbs. through 1976, 110 ft. lbs. thereafter.
This is for the coil spring.....see if maybe you missed a step in here:


  1. Remove the shock absorber.
  2. Install a spring compressor through the upper spring seat opening and bolt it to the lower spring seat using the lower shock absorber mounting holes.
  3. Remove the lower spring seat pivot retaining nuts, then tighten the compressor tool to compress the spring about 1" (25.4mm).
  4. Jack up the front of the car and support it on axle stands at the subframe (allowing the control arms to hang free).
  5. Remove the front wheel and pull the lower spring seat out away from the car, then slowly release the spring tension and remove the coil spring and lower spring seat. To install:
  6. Place the spring compressor through the coil spring and tape the rubber spring cushion to the small diameter end of the spring (upper).
  7. Place the lower spring seat against the spring with the end of the coil against the formed shoulder in the seat. The shoulder and coil end face inwards, toward the engine, when the spring is installed.
  8. Place the spring up against the upper seat, then align the lower spring seat pivot so that the retaining studs will enter the holes in the upper control arm.
  9. Compress the coil spring and install the spring.
  10. Then install the wheel and tire and lower the car to the floor (to place weight on suspension).
  11. Install and tighten lower spring seat spindle retaining nuts and tighten them to 35 ft. lbs.
  12. Remove the spring compressor and install the shock absorber.

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SKS bolt jams with gun empty


If you have Cosmo any where it wont work . Clean it from inside the firing pin channel and trigger group , mine would also slam fire and bump fire till I got it all cleaned out

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How do u remove the rear overload spring on a silverado 1500


go and get some new center pins for the rear leaf springs 4wd stores always have them for around $10, take a jack and jack ther rear of the truck up remove the u bolts on one side of the axle, unsrew the center pin or cut it of, remove the overload spring replace the center pin with new ones reinstall the u bolts and move to the other side

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