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You mean the extractor? If so, it goes from the top down. Use a 1/16" punch. It's a half blind pin so be careful pushing it out. Angle the top of the pin rearward like you're pushing forward while hitting the punch. I also leave the bolt fully assembled while doing this, the bolt body and locking head pin act like a vise to hold the locking head still while it's being hit. The act of doing this will bend the punch slightly so use a quality punch like Starrett. The cheap ones may break off in it while it's in there. 

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