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Old 03-03-2010, 06:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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T9 problem

So I picked up a second T9 today and decided to disassemble it as it appeared to have some internal mess. I've never done this before but I'm finding it next to impossible to remove the trigger pin. Is there a technique or tool for tapping it out? Also after removing the barrel from the pistol I am unable to remove the spring. The barrel lockers are preventing it from coming out. How do I continue?
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Hey, sometimes those pins can be bit tough to pop out if they've been left in for a long time. I used to take a small hex key that would fit through the pin hole, and give it a few LIGHT taps with something heavy. A small hammer would be fine. That was usually enough to get it out for me.

As for the spring, they are indeed a pain on the T9. I would usually just stick my finger in there and spin it until it worked it's way out. However, it's much easier to take the back block off and work everything out through there. Much less of a headache. Sometimes that spring just will not come out through the front.
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Yeah, the allen key that unscrews the bolts on the frame is the perfect size for tapping out the trigger pin. Use a hammer if you need to. Some are in there tight.

The bolt spring on the T9 is supposed to come out through the rear.
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yeah when i take my string out i usually just take the back block off and take it out that way
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Thanks guys, I'll give it a try when I'm home over the weekend.
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allen keys are bad for tapping anything out, you always get sideways force on there no matter how careful you are. A thin nail would be a better easy alternative.
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allen keys are bad for tapping anything out, you always get sideways force on there no matter how careful you are. A thin nail would be a better easy alternative.

Yep, I actually took a few different gauge nails and ground the sharp tips off on a bench grinder. I keep these in my tool box for tapping out pins and small parts.They can also be useful for resetting the catch end of small hard to reach springs.
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