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Author Topic: R-51 Breech Block  (Read 206 times)

johnnysR51

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R-51 Breech Block
« on: June 14, 2018, 11:37:48 AM »
 Finley I recived the pin to hold the firing pin in, and if u have to take the pin out for some reason replace the spring, right behind the extractor and extractor button is the spring {in plain sight} so I can understand why some problems happen with the spring  and pin happen , ,,,johnnys r51   


                       HOPE ALL THE R51'S ARE WORKING OUT,,,,cant waite to get back to Florida to get my range time caught up ,,,, hello to everybody
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Re: R-51 Breech Block
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2018, 02:32:34 AM »
Glad you got the pin and can get back out with your R51. Last time I had mine apart, I couldn't believe the gunk that was built up in the FP channel. That was around the 900 round mark so It wouldn't have been too much longer before problems started. I think I'll only go about 500 rounds from now on before it gets a thorough cleaning.

 

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