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On the back left of the gun there is a little bolt type thing there, you pull that out while holding on to the round knob in the back. pull that out and then pull on the t bar like your going to **** the gun.(after that i normally put a squeegee through the front and push so that the bolt and striker can come out) i think that in order to get the t bar out you have to take off the sight rail and unscrew the piece underneath.( i would suggest that you don't mess with that unless you really have to

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