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Reversing the Safety:SBEII

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I have a Right handed SBEII however I shoot left handed. Ive heard its possible to reverse the safety, do I need to buy a new safety or can I still use the stock one? Is it something I can do myself? Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.

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Here you go.

Tap out 012A.

Watch 007J fly across room.

Find 007J.

Remove 008A.

Reverse 013C.

Reinstall detent and spring.

 

 

safety-reversal.jpg

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The worst part is finding the right tool to press down the spring and still leave room for the pin to go through.

A decent pin punch set is invaluable.

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yes...I just realized this. I normally use the punch that came with my otis cleaning kit. Looks like I am going to have to find my set of punches to get one that will fit. Thanks for your help. This forum is an invaluable resource.

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Just reversed it myself. It only took me about 5 minutes. Cant believe the gunsmith wanted to charge me $95 bucks for this. Thanks for all your help

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Does this same picture apply to the Supernova?

 

No. The Supernova's safety is different.

The spring and detent are loaded below the crossbolt.

I did a Nova years ago and it was a PAIN to get it all back in there.

Yes, the button can be reversed as desired, but it's probably best left up to a gunsmith.

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