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GG&G bolt release installation video

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I've never seen a video on that job. It's simple if you have the right tools. Correct size punch, hammer, roll pin starter punch for re-installing the roll pin, correct size allen wrench for the pad. There's at least one tutorial on this forum on how to do it.

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I made a trip to Harbor Freight before I did mine for some tiny spring clamps, long punches, slave pins, painters tape, rubber mallet, etc for a super bargain price. Add a piece of flat-back sticky felt from the craft shop and it wasn't bad at all

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Somewhere (on this forum?) is a thread with superb photos (by Stranger Danger, I think) showing how to do this. I'm too lazy to look for it again, but used it to do mine - nothing to it with this level of tech support.

 

Here it is: http://forums.benelliusa.com/showthread.php/29534-Benelli-M4-Shell-Stop-Removal-amp-Install

But photos missing to to bandwidth issues.

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Should be back online in the next day or two. These tutorials are really popular and blow the bandwidth limits almost every month. I have them spread over three accounts currently to spread the bandwidth load.

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Thank you StrangerDanger for your tutorials. They are great and yes they blow the bandwidth so most of your pictures don't show. I appreciate the help in advance. I already have the tools for the job and am ready to attack it tomorrow when Im off duty.

 

The video I saw was not on this forum, but was hoping someone had the link to it.

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Will this video work? I mean without the drilling and tapping as it isn't needed with the GG&G, but the disassembly and assembly is the same from what I can figure out, right?

 

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Or you could get a Dave's Metal Works Speed Bar...no drilling, bigger button and a 2 second install.;)

 

 

That may be a quick install, but it looks like ****.

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Gentlemen,

 

Thank you for all of your help and I am happy to report back I was able to get the GG&G release installed this afternoon. It took about 15min and thats with gathering the tools. Super easy and with the help of you guys made the job a breeze.

 

Thank you all again and stay safe

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