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  • Sharkytrav
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    And since I look for any excuse to put pictures anywhere, here is the micro that needed the help.

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  • Sharkytrav
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    Aluminumchef’s photo here:

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ID:	144567 I posted on the ptp collectors Facebook page because I had been looking for a shroud to match my micro for nearly a decade. Within a few hours AC sent me a message about feeling comfortable parting with the shroud and possibly the whole marker. I opted for the whole thing obviously.

    i should add that it was not AC who put the hammer in this, it came to him that way also.

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  • maggot
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    Hard to tell from those two pics, but that looks like it could be similar to mine, except in Cool Camo. Not many of these out there!
    If you ever decide to part, let me know

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  • Grendel
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    Well that is an old hammer that did not come with that body I am positive. To top it off they use too long of a grub screw then just Dremeled it off to set the length/play. Not a lot of thought to maintenance was given in that one. Either an idiot or dick move your call.

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ID:	142865 Got it out. No hole in the top. Now to get my hands on a new hammer that is more easily adjustable!

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  • Grendel
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    Just dremel a slot in the bottom of the lug and screw it in and remove since you have the frame off. Once you have it out you can figure out why you could not remove using access hole from above. The are simple grub screws you can easily replace.

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  • Moodog
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    Could it have a slot for a tiny flathead screwdriver?

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  • Brokeass_baller
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    I second this. It probably has the old style hammer in there and the hex section wore.

  • BenoitOWN
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    I think the hex part got worn out and you would need to use a extractor or drill.

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  • Sharkytrav
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    I’ve tried that too. I tried sticking a .050 down the hole in the body and applying pressure as I move the hammer from all the way forward, pushing against the valve spring, then pulling the hammer back until it is completely out of the way of the wrench. I figured to .050 would drop into a hole for the lug if anything would.

    with the frame off, it is pretty easy to tell when the lug passes by that hole in the body and I swear I can’t feel a thing. Smooth, just like my brain.

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  • Magmoormaster
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    It physically has to. They had to get it in there somehow. You might have to push it forward into the valve a bit. The valve spring is probably pushing it back jsut far enough that the lug doesn't line up.

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  • Sharkytrav
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ID:	142650 Yeah, I have never run into that before. The body has a hole (in fact it has three holes, looks like intended for a sight to be mounted), but the hammer doesn’t, I don’t think. I have pushed that thing back and forth so much… I finally caught the faintest hint of reflection through the hole in the body and it seemed smooth as the hammer passed the hole. I think the hammer just doesn’t have a slot for a hex 🤷‍♂️

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  • moving_target
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    I'm curious which full body PTP cocker this one is, all the PTP bodies I've handled have had the top holes for access...

  • Cdn_Cuda
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    Just give it a good old jiggle!

  • Super69ur
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    Have you tried moving the hammer forward and back using the cocking rod?

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