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    Replacing Grooved Handguard Mark 4 "T"

    I am about to replace the grooved handguard. I have not taken this rifle apart before. Is there something here I should read before starting? Thanks

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    Remove the centre band and lift the handguard from the front.

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    .......easing it gently forwards as you go.....

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    Just to add ..

    Assuming a new old stock replacement is being fitted, before you colour and oil up the replacement,check fit it, you might find you need to remove a very small amount of material from the rebate, to allow it to fit comfortably under the ring.

    Edit: Correction, remove a tiny amount, equally from the bottom if needed.
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    Fitting grooved instead of plain....... Why?


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