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    How to remove rear guard "VIDEO"

    I finally took a moment to put this helpful video together to go with my others on trigger group and bolt disassembly. Rick Bicon





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    I knew that already but thanks anyway, there's bags of guys that only now understand.
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    I've been disassembling M1s since 1960 and I never knew you could get that guard off without taking off the lower band!
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    Good video Rick, it's always good to learn new stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Seijasicon View Post
    I've been disassembling M1s since 1960 and I never knew you could get that guard off without taking off the lower band!
    Well I am proud to have been able to teach you something Did you notice the Gold safety and trigger? This is my Rick Chester Pimp gun that I saved from destruction as well as the gold parts. Rick Bicon


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    And...you carry that one on Sundays...?
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