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    Sovereign bolt

    How do you pull the bolt apart to replace the brass center piece?
    Thanks in advance
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    • WORR13

      WORR13

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      its threaded, i used a proper sized punch through the bolt pin hole to get apart. its been a while since i did it though, think i needed heat to get apart, loctited

    #3
    nice barrel btw

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      • Kit

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        Thanks, exactly the info I needed.

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        #6
        no prob. i know how hard it is to find any kind of info or parts for these things

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          #7
          Glad to know I'm not the only one that uses lathe chucks and collets to hold round things while I pry 'em apart.

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          • WORR13

            WORR13

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            actually did that with a barrel couple weeks ago

          • Araphel
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            I've got dedicated 5c blocks for exactly that purpose.

          #8
          Got it sealed up and shooting. Ended up just changing the o-rings under the brass piece. If the broken o-ring flanges give me trouble, I'll make a new piece. Until then,... Also need to bore the barrel for inserts or add a ball detent to the body. Or both.
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            #9
            nice, i should get mine running too

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              #10
              Such cool looking machines. I wonder if anyone has tried using a 90 degree elbow on the air line from the LPR to the 3-way, so that it would lay flatter against the body. A hardline there would look badass, but probably be pretty fiddly to install.

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              • WORR13

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                they came with a hardline there. Kits is modified

              • k_obeastly
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                ans LPRs were supposed to be the correct length to use the factory hard line.
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