Figure 13-39.--Removing the bolt stud.
Figure 13-41.--Removing the buffer body and barrel extension
the bolt stud with the clearance hole. Then proceed as
Remove Bolt Group
After freeing the bolt, slide it from the rear of the
Figure 13-40.--Removing the bolt group.
receiver (fig. 13-40). Place the bolt down on its right side
with the extractor arm up. That prevents the extractor
from falling out of the bolt.
Remove Bolt Stud
Remove Buffer Body and Barrel Extension
To remove the bolt stud (a shoulder headless pin),
grasp the retracting slide handle. Give the handle a quick
jerk, moving it about halfway to the rear. That action
These two groups are removed as a unit. To remove
them, insert a pointed tool through a hole in the lower
frees the bolt group from the barrel extension group.
rear comer of the right sideplate (fig. 13-41, view A).
Move the bolt rearward until the shoulder on the bolt
Pushing in on the tool releases the spring lock of the
stud aligns with a clearance hole. The hole is in the bolt
buffer body. At the same time, pull and remove the two
slot on the right sideplate (fig. 13-39). Removing the
groups from the rear of the receiver.
bolt stud frees the bolt group.
Now separate the buffer body group from the barrel
If the bolt is accidentally moved all the way to the
extension group. Hold the unit as shown in view B of
rear, it will lock in place. If that occurs, raise the bolt
the figure. Push forward on the tips of the accelerator
latch. (See fig. 13-40.) Push the bolt forward to align
and pull the two groups apart.