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Is Hammer adjust collar attached to chuck?

On an old B&D HAMMERGUN 5078. I am trying to remove the chuck, but it is stuck on really good. Does the hammer adjust collar come off when removing the chuck? Thanks in advance. Bill

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I looked at a old schematic for the 5078 and it appears that it might come off after chuck removed. The chuck is threaded and if you have the 2 speed model, shift it to low and put a bent handle allen wrench into the jaws and chuck on workbench or block of wood with long portion at approx 30 degree angle and strike the handle, you will be hitting it counter clockwise to remove.

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