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Old 01-13-2013, 01:52 AM   #7 (permalink)
MR_Rick
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Originally Posted by Kanadian-Kaos View Post
Remove the knob from the cocking rod.
Stick two (I think they are 10-32 threads) nuts on where the cocking knob was and tighten them against one another.
Grip the nut closest to the body with a wrench and unscrew the rod.
This

I had to do this to get mine out.

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Originally Posted by Kanadian-Kaos View Post
I actually have the nuts in my toolbox for just such a reason.
and this is what I do for in case I have to adjust my velocity or what ever.
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