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    P14 stock removal question

    Hi all,

    I have a Winchester P14 and would like to remove the stock to do a very light refurb.

    Question - how, and with what, do I remove this nut/bolt head?


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    Florey, That is the stock reinforcing screw. No need to remove it. Salt Flat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt Flat View Post
    Florey, That is the stock reinforcing screw. No need to remove it. Salt Flat
    Oh, I'm glad I asked then.

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    If you really want to remove it, buy the correct tool. Or grind the middle out of one of your screwdrivers and make one yourself.


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    Please do the "refurb" in a non abrasive way, meaning no sand paper or whatever. You'll not only remove wood, but also future value.

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